It is the responsibility of all students to check the examination timetable. The regulations permit up to six hours of formal examination in any one day. The University defines a clash as two examinations at the same time. In the unlikely event that you have a clash-or any other query, it should be reported to the School with responsibility for the module(s) immediately.
- While every effort is made to avoid scheduling more than one exam per day per student, this is not always possible and you may have more than one exam per day, up to a maximum of six hours of assessment per day and exams on any number of consecutive days.
You are advised to check the notice boards, e-mail etc. again prior to your exams in case of any local changes.
- Examinations may be set between 9.00 a.m. and 9.00 p.m. Please check the starting times carefully as they may differ for each of your exams. Students are normally allowed into the venue 10 minutes before the start of the examination. It is your responsibility to ensure that you arrive on time - latecomers may not be admitted.
Please make sure that you know the venue of each of your exams. If you have more than one exam the venue may vary for each exam. Please make sure you know the starting time of your exam, starting times may vary from day to day. Other than during the August Examinations we use a number of external building in addition to LJMU buildings please make sure you know where and how to get to these buildings
Crypt Hall, Concert Hall and Pontifical Hall at the Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral of Christ the King
Access to all three rooms is on Brownlow Hill, near to the Art and Design Academy. The entrance is via large wooden doors at the top of a set of stone steps, opposite the Victoria Building a red brick, clock tower. The entrance is situated between the Science Innovation Centre and a row of shops which include a Tesco, Costa and Subway. The nearest place to park is the Liverpool City Council car park on Brownlow Hill/Mount Pleasant. The postcode for both the car park and the Crypt Hall is L3 5RF.
IM Marsh Sports Hall
The Sports Hall is on the IM Marsh campus of LJMU in Aigburth. Signposts for IM Marsh lead to the main entrance on Barkhill Road. The Sports Hall is located nearest to the Holmfield Road entrance. For public transport information go to www.merseytravel.gov.uk., go to "Journey Planner" enter your starting and destination postcode and you will be provided with travel directions. The postcode for IM Marsh is L17 6BD.
The examination rooms are in the Earl of Derby and Lord Sefton Stands. Golden Miller (L1/1st Floor) and Papillon (L3/3rd Floor) are in the Earl Derby Stand. Sunloch (L1/1st Floor) and Corbiere (L3/3rd Floor) are in the Lord Sefton Stand.
There is free parking at Aintree Racecourse.
For directions how to get to Aintree Racecourse go to www.merseytravel.gov.uk, go to "Journey Planner" enter your starting and destination postcodes and you will be provided with travel directions. The postcode for Aintree Racecourse is L9 5AS.
IMPORTANT ***PARKING ARRANGEMENTS AT AINTREE RACECOURSE ***If you are travelling by car to Aintree please enter the racecourse from Melling Road opposite Seeds Lane-DO NOT USE THE MAIN ENTRANCE- The postcode for Seeds Lane is L9 0LD. Once on site you can park in a designated area within walking distance of the examination rooms. Melling Road is left at the first set of traffic lights after the main entrance to the racecourse.
Pedestrians should enter the course from the main entrance on Ormskirk Road.
Room 504/505 is in theTithebarn Street building which is part of LJMU. The address is 79 Tithebarn Street, L2 2ER on the junction of Tithebarn Street and Vauxhall Road, opposite the Marybone building.
If you would like directions on how to get from building to building please go to www.ljmu.ac.uk/location/routeplanner.asp
SUMMARY OF GENERAL INFORMATION:
Examination Regulations click here for additional information
All students must be aware that academic misconduct, including cheating in examinations, constitutes a serious offence. Penalties can range from the reduction of marks to exclusion from the University.