- Special Exam Arrangements for an Undergraduate Student
- Guidance Note for Tutors on Examination Warnings
Any exams queries should be directed to the Student Registry.
Student Registry (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Applications Committee meeting dates
Paperwork for the Committee should be sent, in full, by the Friday preceding each meeting.
Academical year 2013-2014
9 May 2014
20 June 2014
4 July 2014
18 July 2014
8 August 2014
12 September 2014
Academical year 2014-2015
7 November 2014
5 December 2014
9 January 2015
6 February 2015
13 March 2015
17 April 2015
8 May 2015
19 June 2015
3 July 2015
17 July 2015
7 August 2015
11 September 2015
Important dates for the 2012-13 examination process, including deadlines for corrections can be found in the document below. Corrections may be sent via email to email@example.com or the form may be downloaded and sent via UMS. In all cases please ensure that corrections are received by the published deadline. Please note, corrections can only be authorised by the college - we cannot receive corrections to entries direct from students.
Standing Committee on Applications
The Standing Committee on Applications is a committee of the Council which meets monthly throughout the year to consider applications for examination allowances and related matters. There is also a large volume of student casework undertaken under delegated authority much of which involves the expert opinion of its Medical Advisers.
All applications must be submitted by the relevant Senior Tutor on behalf of the student concerned using the application forms below. Students should raise any queries relating to applications to their Tutor or Tutorial Office as appropriate.
Making a Request for a Graduate Examination Allowance
Please note that Graduate Examination Allowances for Graduate Students only relate to the MPhil, MRes and MSt degrees and the Certificate of Postgraduate Study (CPGS) and Graduate Diplomas in Economics, Legal Studies and International Law.
The college tutor will need to email their request for a Graduate Examination Allowance to the Student Registry Graduate Examinations Team. Please give full information and detail exactly which part(s) of the overall examination the application relates to. A medical note from the students' GP, counsellor or college nurse will be required if the application is being made on medical grounds.
Please note that the Board needs to receive requests no later than three months from the date of the Board's letter if candidates have been formally notified by the Board in writing that they have not been approved for their degree.
Making a Request for a Special Examination Arrangement for a Graduate Student
Please note that Special Examination Arrangements for Graduate Students only relate to examinations undertaken by Graduate Students for graduate qualifications; that is, the PhD, MSc, MLitt, MPhil, MRes, MSt, Certificate of Postgraduate Study (CPGS) and Graduate Diplomas in Economics, Legal Studies and International Law.
The college tutor needs to email their request for a special examination arrangement to the Student Registry Graduate Examinations Team. A medical note from the students' GP, counsellor or college nurse will be required if the application is being made on medical grounds.
The application also needs to be made on CamSIS (refer to section 15 and 15.1 of the CamSIS User Guide).
The Board will let the college and all interested parties know the result of the application once the request has been considered.