Bangor University Exam Room 4

By | 10th April 2017

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Bangor University Exam Room 4

Examination Rooms

Room Title of Room Building
Prichard Jones Hall (PJ Hall) Main Arts Building
Powis Hall
Drama Rehearsal Room Main Arts Building (Lower Corridor)
OSCR A Main Arts Building (Top Floor)
Welsh Seminar Room
Lecture Room 4 Main Arts Building
Lecture Room 3
Lecture Room 5
Exam Support Room
Lecture Room 2
Extra Time Room
Lecture Room 1


Examination Procedures

Instructions to Candidates at Examinations

1. Admission Slips

All examinees must hand in a completed admission slip as they enter the Examination Room. Attendance slips are obtainable from the tables in the Main Arts Building Reception and outside all Examination Rooms.


2. Entrance To Examination Rooms

[a] Prichard Jones Hall (Examination Room 1)

Candidates will enter from the North entrance, i.e. the entrance which faces the Prichard Jones car park.

Question papers will be collected from the foyer of the Hall.

[b] Powis Hall (Examination Room 2)

Candidates will enter by the door at the stage end of the Hall and question papers will be collected from the stage.

[c] All other rooms

Candidates in these rooms should assemble outside the room concerned and may enter only on the instruction of the invigilator. Question papers will be collected from the front of the examination room.

Candidates are reminded that they will NOT be permitted to cross the PJ Foyer area once the exam papers are being distributed OR whilst exams are in progress in the PJ. The route from the Old Arts Building to the New Arts Building must be via the car park.

3. Timing of Examinations

All candidates should report punctually to the appropriate examination room.

Candidates will not be admitted until 10 minutes before the examination is due to start. No candidates will be allowed to enter the examination room more than half-an-hour after the start, or to leave until 45 minutes after the time fixed for the commencement of the examination in each subject. (Times may vary for shorter examinations).

The presiding examiner will announce the time fifteen minutes before the end of each examination period. No candidate will be allowed to leave the examination room during the last 15 minutes of an examination.

4. Handing-in of Answer Scripts

All examination scripts should be put, as instructed by the presiding examiner, in the appropriate place at the front of the Examination Room.

5. Examination Materials

Students may take into an examination room only materials authorised by examiners. It is strictly prohibited to bring unauthorised materials, or an unauthorised form of materials, into an examination room.

6. Absence from Examinations

If a candidate for an Honours degree is absent because of illness, accident or close bereavement from examination papers, special steps may be taken to deal with the situation (which may include the setting of supplementary papers).

7. Unfair Practice

A candidate suspected of unfair practice shall be informed by the invigilator that the circumstances will be reported. Such a candidate may continue with that or subsequent examinations without prejudice to any subsequent investigation and decision by the University. Failure by an invigilator to warn a candidate at the time of examination shall not prejudice subsequent investigation by the University of any allegation made against a candidate. (See separate notice headed ‘DON’T CHEAT’).