Assessment key dates & timetables
Official exam timetables for all La Trobe University campuses.
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 Semester 1 and 2 final assessment periods and at least one week before Terms and Supplementary/Special assessment periods.
Students are required to be available for the entire duration of the final assessment period. Exams may also be scheduled in the evening and 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
- There is a mix of face-to-face (paper & computer lab), unsupervised online and supervised online exams. Please ensure you are taking note of the location details for your subjects on the central timetable.
- 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 (paper and computer lab) are provided in the timetable (start time, duration, location, allowable materials [PDF 114KB]).
- All times listed are Australian Eastern Daylight Time (AEDT).
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. These details will be emailed direct to your student email.
*2023-2024 Summer Final Assessment Timetable last updated 8 February 2024
Exam delivery modes
Your exams will be delivered in one of three ways:
Face-to-face exams are held at a time, date and location as specified on the Final Assessment timetable. These may be a written paper exam or an online exam in a computer lab on campus.
Full details of your assessment task will be available on your subject LMS site. It includes specific instructions from your Subject Coordinator and an indication of how long the assessment task should take you to complete. It is important that you read the details for each of your subjects on the LMS site.
Supervised online exams are delivered online using an LMS-based system in conjunction with the Proview proctoring tool and are supervised remotely.
You can sit your supervised online exam at home in a quiet, private room.
You are not required to come to campus for supervised online exams.
Full details of your online supervised exam will be available on the subject LMS site, including specific instructions from your Subject Coordinator and an indication of how long the assessment should take to complete. It is important that you read and understand these details.
For further information, refer to Supervised online exams.
If you can’t complete an online assessment from home
There are spaces available on campus to complete your online assessment. View the list of locations at your campus.
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.