You must ensure you are registered for modules in order to sit any assessments - please check your module registration by using Learning Space or contact firstname.lastname@example.org as a matter of urgency if you have any queries.
The Start Times published on the timetable are just that - Start Times. Please ensure you arrive at your allocated room with plenty of time to spare so that you can find your allocated seat and settle yourself before the start of the assessment.
You must bring your Marjon Library card or photographic identification with you to all your examinations and place it on your desk so that it is clearly visible to the invigilators. If you cannot find your seat ask an invigilator to help you. It is most important that you check you are sitting at the correctly numbered desk, as you will be asked to write your student number on your answer booklet.
Your name must not be entered on any of your answer booklets so that your answers can be anonymously marked.
You must follow the instructions for the Invigilator throughout the assessment
No unauthorised materials should be taken into the assessment
Ensure all electronic devices, including mobile phones, smart watches, etc. are switched off and left in your bag
All bags and coats should be placed at the rear or side of the exam room. Please avoid bringing valuable items with you
Pencil cases should be clear plastic
No food is permitted in the assessment room (unless by prior arrangement) Water bottle should be clear and labels must be removed
Do not open the Question Paper until you are instructed to do so
Once the assessment has started, any student wishing to leave their seat must raise their hand and wait for the invigilator
No assessment material, including question papers, answer paper or rough work, should be taken from the room
You can find further detailed Information for Candidates regarding Assessment Arrangements in Section 3 of the Student Regulations Framework (for the current academic year). You are advised to read it carefully before attending any assessments.
End of Semester A Assessment Week will commence on Monday 20 January 2020
End of Semester B Assessment Week will commence on Monday 18 May 2020
Candidates with Approved Additional Arrangements (alternate room, start times, etc) will be contacted with full details of each assessment, by email, to their student account in advance.
If you have any queries please email email@example.com in the first instance (including your Student Reference Number in the Subject Line)
Additional Arrangements/Extra Time
If you believe that you require Additional Arrangements (for medical or other valid reasons) that have not already been confirmed you should contact Student Support as soon as possible. Your requirements together with relevant evidence will be discussed in a confidential setting and you will then complete a 'Requests for Additional Arrangements'.
Any such requests need to be received by Registry at least two weeks before an exam or in-class test is taking place. If arrangements cannot be made in time then students can apply for Extenuating Circumstances to defer the assessment to a later period.
Extenuating Circumstances for Exams
For more information about extenuating circumstances, please click here.
Assessment marks are published within the specified marking period on the respective module page on Learning Space. For more information, please contact StudentAdmin@marjon.ac.uk
Confirmed module marks will be published at the end of each academic year and following the Progression & Award Board
Dates for the publication of confirmed results can be found on the relevant Assessment Calendar in Important Dates.