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Disability Dyslexia and Emergency Exam Support

Individual support, advice and guidance is available to any student who has a disability, medical condition, specific learning difficulty or injury that may affect their study at the university and needs to be taken into consideration whilst sitting examinations.

To discuss Individual examination support requirements an appointment must be made with the University Disability Support team as soon as possible.

Important note:

The Disability support team will need to provide the examinations team with the necessary data to organise individual support either through student record system input or directly in cases of immediate requirements relating to injury.

It is therefore only possible to consider individual student requirements for students who have met with the disability support team and had their details agreed and registered.

For further information on student support please follow the Student services and wellbeing link here.


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