Mid-year examinations will be held from Monday, 10 June to Saturday, 22 June.
Students can access details from the examinations website tomorrow (Friday 22 March), they will also get an e-mail with their personal timetable.
Please remind students to check the dates and times of their examinations carefully as they are expected to be available to sit exams as scheduled. Holiday plans are not valid grounds for the rescheduling of exams.
Room allocation information will be published on the examinations website on the last day of lectures for Semester One (31 May).
The Academic Skills Centre will be available to assist with revision and exam preparation, stress management and other academic matters. Courses running this term can be found here>
Barbara Albertson Examination Arrangements Senior Co-ordinator
Encourage students to check the dates and times of examinations carefully.
Room allocation information will be published on the Examinations website on the last day of lectures for Semester Two (19 October).
Remind students about calculator checks Calculator checks for courses that need it are available from the Information Desk (Matariki, Level 1) on a drop-in basis. Please see Examination Instructions for further information.
Encourage students to find out about Academic Skills Centre support For assistance with revision and exam preparation, stress management and other academic matters, students are encouraged to check out the courses running at the Academic Skills Centre this term.
Students frequently tie themselves up in knots trying to figure out what they have to reference and how.
The Library is here to help.
As we approach peak assessment time, we’ve dedicated a whole week to offering APA referencing workshops, providing exemplars on Facebook and Twitter, and highlighting the plethora of resources and services the Library offers to help them perfect their in-text citations and reference lists.