Examples of exam access arrangements
Access arrangements include things like:
- extra time in exams
- rest breaks
- using a computer in the exam
- sitting your exam in a room with a smaller number of students or a separate room
- a scribe (or an amanuensis) who is a person that will write your exam answers down
- using assistive technology, such as a screen reader, or voice-recognition software
How to get exam access arrangements
If you're an undergraduate student
- Complete our online form - we'll then pass our recommendations to your College Tutorial office.
- College Tutorial Office will apply to the Student Registry for exam arrangements on your behalf.
- Student Registry will approve your exam access arrangements.
You can find out more about undergraduate exam access arrangements on the Student Registry website.
If you're a postgraduate student
The process works slightly differently. Find out about viva voce adjustments.