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Exam Timetable FAQ
Please consult the Academic Calendar for examination start and end dates.
The Academic Calendar provides the schedule for formal University examinations.
For any other assessments e.g. practicals or Multiple Choice Question exams arranged by your School or College, you will be advised directly by your lecturers or by your School/College office.
The examination timetable release date is available on the Examinations Office website.
The examination timetable should not be used for planning flights as the timetable may change.
Access your personal exam timetable online by selecting the appropriate exam session e.g. Semester 1.
Your personal exam timetable is a reflection of your registration status. If you registered late or if there was a late change to your registration for certain modules, then they will not appear on your personal exam timetable. You must register for any exams not listed on your personal exam timetable by contacting the Student Information Desk (Tel. 091-495999 email sidnuigalway.ie). You will then sit your exam in the Late Entries Room. The Student Registry Helpdesk will give you a form with the relevant details.
You must check your registration by contacting the Student Registry Helpdesk (Tel. 091-495999 email sidnuigalway.ie). Once your registration has been corrected, you can ignore this exam on your personal timetable.
Ensure your registration is correct by contacting the Student Information Desk (Tel. 091-495999 email sidnuigalway.ie ). Once your registration is correct, you will sit all your exams in the Late Entries Room.
Have you set up your Campus Account? Visit Campus Account Self Service to set up your Campus Account or to retrieve your password. For support on student access to computing services, contact the ISS Service Desk (Tel. 091-495777, email@example.com).
No. It is not possible, under any circumstances, to provide details of the examination dates for specific modules or personal timetables to students in advance of the release of the timetable.
The Examinations Office cannot consider a change to the exam timetable based on a student request.
Please consult your lecturer(s) for their advice.
If other students in your class have similar concerns to you, it is recommended that you discuss with your class rep first and then consult your lecturer(s) for advice.
Students are expected to be available for exams for the entire duration of the exam session and the Examinations Office does not make alternative exam arrangements for individuals.
If you are unable to attend a scheduled exam, please contact your College Office as soon as possible for advice.
If you have concerns about your exam timetable and possible impact on your exam performance, it is recommended that you raise them with your class rep, in the first instance, and if necessary, your lecturer or course co-ordinator.
The Examinations Office does not make alternative exam arrangements for individuals.
If you’d like help, especially coming up to exams, please know that support is also available to you by contacting your College or School Office, student counsellors and chaplains.
Exam venue information is available on the Examinations Office website at http://www.nuigalway.ie/exams/timetable-advice/venues/