Semester 2 Exam Timetable (233.5KB)



 Important Note: This Semester Two Exam timetable has been updated on 25th May 2016 . It is the students’ responsibility to check for any changes since the last version was posted (16th May 2016). Details of the modules affected/changed are available at your Faculty Helpdesk.


Forthcoming Examination Arrangements

Following the meeting of Senate on 10 November 2015 it was agreed that in Semester 2, the examination period will run from Friday 27 May 2016 to 17 June 2016. This is to accommodate the loss of a day due to the Spring Bank Holiday on Monday 30 May 2016. The examination period will include Saturdays 4 and 11 June 2016.  The examination day will run from 09.00 until 21.00.

The timetable will have been prepared with regard to the following principles:

Students may have two examinations in one day.  Where a student does have more than one examination in a day, the total number of hours of examinations in any one day will not normally be more than four (i.e. a student has a 3-hour examination and a 1-hour examination or two 2-hour examinations but not 2x3-hour examinations).

Students will not normally have more than 2 examinations in a 48-hour period.

Where a student has an examination in the evening one day (i.e. finishing after 6.30pm), s/he will not have an examination before 10.30am the following morning.

Where a student has two examinations on one day, the minimum period of time between examinations will be 90 minutes.

If you have any questions about the examination period please contact timetablehelp@surrey.ac.uk

You will be required to produce your ID card in order to sit an examination. If you do not have a valid ID card you will be required to go to the Student Services Centre prior to the start of the examination to have your identity verified and be given a confirmation slip to enable you to enter the examination venue. This slip is valid for one exam only.

 Mobile Phones - Please do not take mobile phones into an examination venue. 

 All students should be familiar with the following document: Instructions to Candidates (181.5KB - Requires Adobe Reader)