2020 Trimester 2 Exams
As you are aware, due to Covid-19, alternative arrangements have been made for T2, 2020 exams. Most exams will still take place in week 12 of the Trimester.
The arrangements will vary across subjects. Your lecturers will have been in touch with you already about how exams will run for each subject.
If you are completing an on-line exam, please read through the documents and check out the video below to make sure you are completely ready to sit your exam.
After reading these documents thoroughly, if still you have questions about your exam, please contact your lecturer.
Good luck with your exams!
If you need assistance or are having technical difficulties during your exam please contact the Blackboard exam hotline on: 1300 867 143
Please note, this hotline will only be open during exam week (week 12, 17-21 August)
Prepare for your online exam using the documents below:
The exam period dates are published on the academic calendar at the beginning of each year. The timetable will be published in the middle of each trimester.
All students are required to sit their examination at the scheduled date and time irrespective of any conflict with a planned holiday or special event. If a student believes they may have a case for not being able to sit their scheduled examination, the student must submit an Application for Assessment Special Consideration Form to their lecturer.
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A student may submit an Application for Assessment Special Consideration if:
An Application for Assessment Special Consideration is to be completed by students who are seeking academic special consideration for assessments based upon exceptional circumstances having an impact upon their academic performance. Please refer to the relevant Coursework Assessment Policy for Higher Education and ELICOS Policy(section 9.3) for further information.
Please ensure that you check your results (via MySSNT) as soon as they are available. If you have been granted a supplementary exam/assessment it is your responsibility to be aware of this, and be available during the secondary exam period.
If a student has attempted all the assessments items for a subject and records a final mark from 45% to 49%, or if the student has been granted special consideration, the student may be allowed to attempt a supplementary assessment, unless the subject specifically precludes supplementary assessments.
If the student's final mark is below 45%, they may be granted a supplementary assessment at the discretion of the Exam Committee (e.g. if the student has submitted a special consideration application).
Students must pass their supplementary assessment to be granted a supplementary pass (SP) for the subject.
Main exam period
Monday 17 August - Friday 21 August
To be announced
Secondary exam period
To be announced
Secondary exam timetable will be available on results release day.
All students are required to sit their examination at the scheduled date and time irrespective of any conflict with a planned holiday or special event. If a student believes they may have a case for not being able to sit their scheduled examination, they may submit an Application for Assessment Extension at least a week before the exam date.
Students are responsible for finding out their examination times, and for ensuring they are ready at least 15 minutes prior to the published start time.
Students are responsible for notifying Student Services of any clash in their examination timetable within five working days of the examination timetable release.
Students who arrive up to 30 minutes after the published start time will be permitted to enter the examination room, but will not be allowed any additional time to complete the examination.
Students who arrive more than 30 minutes after the published start time will not be permitted to enter the examination room and will receive a zero mark for that examination.
All students must bring with them, and display on their desk, their College ID card. If they fail to do so, they must provide an alternative form of photographic identification such as a passport or driver’s license. If a student does not provide acceptable photographic identification, they may not be permitted to sit the examination, at the invigilator’s discretion.