The Exams Office does not notify students of their results, but you can access your transcript on S3P.
Newcastle University allows those students who have a permanent home address outside of the UK to take resit exams in a British Council, or equivalent office, in their home country during January, May/June and August exam periods. Please refer to the Overseas Resit Examinations webpage for further details.
The provisional Semester Two 2016/17 exam timetable will be published week beginning 13 March 2017.
Inform the Exams Office as soon as possible, either by completing the online enquiry form or visiting the Helpdesk, Level two, King's Gate. You can also contact your School Office if your module registration is not correct.
Yes, exams have been scheduled for Saturday 21 January 2017.
Past exam papers online are available on campus only. If you are off campus try using the Remote Application Service. Once logged onto that with your usual login and campus password, click on the "IE for on-campus web pages" icon in the Communications and Browsers section.
Freemen's Hall is number 75
directions for St James' Park Room A / B, Bamburgh Suite, Milburn Reception, Level 4
You must bring your University Smartcard to all of your exams and place it on your desk for the invigilator to see. If you have lost your Smartcard then you must bring some other form of photographic ID with you, ie your driving licence or your passport. As from January 2009 the ID of every exam candidate must be confirmed by invigilators. Therefore, if you do not have your Smartcard or alternative form of official photographic ID, you will be required to report to one of the checking stations in order to confirm your ID. Checking stations are situated at the following locations:
King's Gate, Level two (Level one for Saturday exams)
Castle Leazes Reception
University Sports Centre Reception
Please note that any University Smartcard left in an exam venue will be returned to the Exams Office by the invigilator, then taken to the Robinson Library for collection.
Students suffering a temporary injury, or short term medical condition, are advised to apply for temporary exam adjustments by completing a Temporary Exam Arrangements Form (TEAF). Please read the guidance before completing the form to check that you are eligible and have all the information required.
If you are ill before or during your exam then you must obtain a Doctor's note as soon as possible. This should be submitted, along with a completed PEC form (Personal and Extenuating Circumstances form), to your School Office for the attention of the PEC Committee.
Where weather conditions make it impossible for you to travel back to Newcastle, or attend a particular exam, you will be able to apply to sit the exam at an alternative time, providing you can produce a copy of a weather report and/or travel warnings which cover the relevant route and time frame.
The exam centre number is 40655.