Students Staff

12 November 2013

Do you have a disability or religious commitment which may affect your exams?

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If you have a disability including dyslexia or a medical condition which could affect your performance in examinations, you can apply for individual examination arrangements.

If you are unable to take an examination during the main examination periods, including Saturdays, on a Sabbath, holy day or religious festival, you can notify us of your religious commitments and apply for these to be taken in to account.

could a disability affect your exams?

could a disability affect your exams?

The deadline for applications for summer exams is 31 January.

There is no need to reapply if you are continuing on a course but if you have started to a new course for example a postgraduate course, please contact Student Support so we can put arrangements in place. More information about examinations can be found on the examinations office web pages.

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