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Exam Timetable

Academic Year 2021/2022 Examinations

Resit Exam Arrangements

Please click here to view the Resit Examination timetable.  Most examinations in the resit period will take place between 22nd August and 26th August 2022, however there may be some exceptions so please check the timetable carefully. Individual locations have now been published and are available to view via the NU Connect app.

If your app shows multiple venues, please contact rg.examinations@northumbria.ac.uk and the Exams team will inform you of your allocated venue. If there is a discrepancy between the exam duration on your app and the duration on the website, please refer to the duration on the website and/or your module's Blackboard site.  

All the information you require will be available via your module’s Blackboard site, including the date, time, type of exam and the location as there are some on campus exams being held. There will also be a cover sheet in the module site explaining the specific instructions for the exam type chosen for your assessment. 

FAQs are also available on your Blackboard site to help answer any queries you may have. 

Blackboard can be accessed from the link on the left-hand side of the portal.

Please email rg.examinations@northumbria.ac.uk if you have any queries.

Semester  Exam Period
 1  Monday 10 January - Friday 21 January 2022 
 2  Monday 9 May- Friday 27 May 2022

 Resit

 Monday 22 August - Friday 26 August 2022

Due to the current pandemic traditional exams cannot be held on campus (only in exceptional circumstances these are considered, having been approved by the relevant committees and Professional Bodies) and alternatives have been offered so as not to disadvantage students. 

There are several types of online exams: 

•   24-hour Timed Assessment

•   Restricted Timed Assessment

 •   Oral / Presentation  

•   Blackboard Exam (Test within Blackboard)

 •   Remote Proctoring–Honorlock (Must be approved by Professional Body)

 •   Practicals 

For full Exam FAQs can be found here.

Current students: Please access the Help & Support section of your Student Portal for information.


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