Assessment key dates & timetables

Examinations are defined as formal, invigilated (supervised) assessments.

Key dates for upcoming final assessment periods can be found on Exams and Results Page.

Official exam/Final Assessment timetables are published four weeks before the final assessment period.

Students are required to be available for the entire duration of the final assessment period. Exams may also be scheduled on Saturdays for which students need to be available.

Please check your timetable regularly leading up to the final assessment period as details may change.

About the timetable

  • Most or all of your exams will be online with only a small number of exams delivered on-campus.
  • Full details of online assessment tasks will be provided on the subject LMS site - this includes assessment duration.
  • Full details of face-to-face exams are provided in the timetable (start/finish time, location, allowable materials).
  • All times listed are Australian Eastern Daylight Time (AEDT).

Access your personal exam timetable in StudentOnLine in the 'Exams Summary' screen. Your personal timetable will show your exam details for subjects you are enrolled in. Carefully check your exam date, time, location and seat number and remember to check this often as the exam timetable is subject to change.

The full exam timetable shows the date, location and time of all scheduled exams. Please note, Alternative Assessment Schedules (AAS) are not published in the full exam timetable. Please refer to your personal exam timetable for AAS details.

Summer 2022 2023 examination timetable [PDF 70.2 KB]

Term 1 2023 examination timetable [PDF 28KB]

Exam delivery modes

Your exams will be delivered in one of three ways:

Information will be provided via your student LMS and Subject Coordinator.

Assessments are run on campus at their scheduled day and time at the location displayed.  Please ensure you arrive at the venue early to check your seat allocation.

Assessments are run online via LMS – check the exam timetable to see where you will sit your exam. If a physical room is listed in the location details, you will sit the exam in a computer room on campus. Where the timetable states 'online' for location, we will send you an email with further information. More information regarding online hybrid exams can be found on the guidelines to sitting your exam page.

If you can’t complete an online assessment from home

We recommend booking a teaching room on campus.

Assessment clashes

If your Subject Coordinator has scheduled an ‘in house’ assessment, which does not appear on the timetable but is at the same time as a scheduled assessment, you will need to contact your Subject Coordinator to request an alternate time for the ‘in house’ assessment.

If you cannot attend your scheduled assessment you can check if you are eligible to apply for an Alternative Assessment Schedule.

COVID-19 and your assessment

To stay informed of any further important updates, please ensure we have your best email address and mobile number so we can easily contact you. You can update your details in StudentOnLine at any time.

Frequently Asked Questions

Please note that these Exam FAQs are a subset of the broader University COVID-19 FAQs. Please make sure to refer to the broader COVID-19 FAQs to ensure you are up to date with the latest developments.

Mask wearing will apply as per the current Victorian Government's restrictions. Find information about wearing a face mask in Victoria.

If you have a face-to-face exam which you are not able to attend due to mandatory isolation, please apply for special consideration. You will need to provide documentation to support your application.

If you have an online assessment and feel your preparation has been severely disadvantaged due to mandatory isolation, you may also apply for special consideration. Applications will require supporting documentation and will be assessed on a case-by-case basis.

We have a range of support services available to students throughout this time. Please see our Help and Support website for more information.

Depending on your circumstances, you may be eligible for Special Consideration. Check the Special Consideration website or more information.

We will communicate all important information via your student email account and SMS. Please ensure we have your current mobile number so we can easily contact you. You can update your details in StudentOnLine at any time.

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