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Semester 2 Examinations
Online Exams will take place on Friday, 6th May - Saturday, 21st May 2022
Exams will be held on Moodle and any students in courses where online exams are being held will be contacted regarding each exam. See the NCI Exams webpage for more information and to access the Semester One Exam Timetable.
In the same way that your assignments are checked for similarity, your exams will be expected to be your own work. There are serious consequences for anybody caught cheating in exams, see the document below for further details
This is a summary of the exam regulations - please see the documents below or go to the exams office site for full details.
It is your responsibility to familiarise yourself with the exam regulations and make sure that you know what constitutes a breach of the regulations
It is also your responsibility to carefully note the days, times and location of your exams – you should regularly re-check these details as they may change in the lead up to the exams
You should assemble no later than 10 minutes before the allotted time of your exam – entry to an exam is not permitted more than 30 minutes after it has started
You cannot bring into an exam room any electronic device that could be used to assist you in the exam – the only exception would be permitted calculators; any breach of this is seen as a very serious offense
All mobile devices should be turned off and left in your bag for the duration of the exam. If you do not have a safe place to leave your device, you must put it in a clear, resealable plastic bag available from invigilators - for further details, see 'New Policy Regarding Mobile Phones and Smart Watches' below
Seat yourself at the desk with your designated number as written on the notice board in the exam room – do not move any papers or start writing until you get permission
Only permitted materials are allowed on the desks - pencil cases are not permitted; your student card should be visibly displayed on the desk
It is your responsibility to make sure that you are answering the correct paper – also be aware that some papers have questions on both sides of the sheet
The earliest you can leave the exam is 30 minutes after the start
There should be no talking in the exam room – if you have any questions, raise your hand and you will attended to by the invigilator or one of the attendants
If you wish to temporarily leave the exam room, you can only do so with permission and accompanied by an attendant; you cannot leave the exam within the last 30 minutes
At the end of an exam, you should remain seated while the papers are collected – it is your responsibility to make sure your paper is collected
If you are unable to attend an exam due to medical or other unavoidable reasons, you should submit an Examination Deferral form to the Exams Office as soon as possible.
For further details or any queries, please refer to the exams office pages.