University of Bath semester 2 Exam Timetable

By | 13th April 2017

University of Bath semester 2 Exam Timetable

University of Bath

 

University of Bath semester 2 Exam Timetable

The dates of the University’s formal assessment periods are found on the academic year charts. You will have access to your personal examination timetable via SAMIS-on-the-web approximately seven weeks before the assessment period begins. Your timetable will contain the date, time, location and seat number for each examination – please check it carefully and regularly in case any changes are made.

Please be sure to check your seat number before you go to each examination and, if you are in the Sports Hall (Founders Hall), please check which quadrant you are in. You will have a different seat number for each exam, and numbers can be checked via SAMIS-on-the-web.

If you are due to sit examinations for some postgraduate programmes, distance-learning programmes, for our partner colleges, or undergraduate class tests, these might fall outside the main assessment periods and your Department will communicate this information directly to you.

Start times of examinations

Most two-hour examinations start at 09:30, 13:00, or 16:30. Distance-learning examinations, or examinations with an alternative duration, may commence at different times.

Locations of examinations

Please check your locations carefully on your personal timetable. Examinations are often split across several locations, so you might be sitting an examination in a different location to other people on your programme.
The main locations used for examinations at the main University campus (Claverton Down) are:

    • University Hall in 2 West (2W)
    • Founders’ Hall (divided into four quadrants, A-D, and labeled FHA, FHB, FHC and FHD)
    • All teaching rooms in 1 West (1W)
    • All teaching rooms in 8 West (8W)
    • All teaching rooms in 3 West North (3WN)
    • All teaching rooms in 4 East (4E)
    • Wessex House level 1 Lecture Theatre (WH1LT)
    • The Chancellors’ Building

Please be sure to check your seat number before you go to each examination and, if you are in the Founders Hall, please check which quadrant you are in. You will have a different seat number for each exam, and numbers can be checked via SAMIS on the Web.

Alternative examination arrangements

If you have learning or support needs and think you may require alternative examination arrangements please seek advice from Student Disability Advice and inform your Director of Studies as early as possible. They will need to communicate the resulting information to the Examinations Office by the last day of teaching prior to Christmas for Semester 1 examinations and the last teaching day prior to Easter for Semester 2 examinations, so please allow plenty of time.

Further information is available from Student Disability Ad