Exam Preparation

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  • It is vital that you check your curriculum to ensure that you are registered for ALL of the classes you are taking. Students who are incorrectly registered may experience difficulties with their exam timetables.

    If there are any problems with your curriculum you should contact Student Business immediately. 
  • CHECK your exam timetable on Pegasus as soon as it's released and report any errors to the exam coordinator within your academic department immediately.
  • Regularly check  PEGASUS for any amendments to your exam timetable.
  • Make sure you have a valid student ID card.  If you need to purchase a replacement card you should do so immediately via the Online Shop.  Take your ID card to your exams.
  • Familiarise yourself with the exam locations. If you are unsure of a location, it’s a good idea to find out how to get there well in advance of your exam.  Exams may be split across multiple locations so make sure you go to the location on YOUR timetable.   
  • Refer to the Study Skills page for useful information on revision and exam preparation.
  • Exam past papers are a great way to prepare for your exams and the University Library provides access to past exam papers for undergraduate classes. You can search the Library’s Electronic Exam Papers (Digitool Service) by entering a class code or keyword.