Formal exams are held at the end of each session.
- During online exams your mobile phone and all other electronic devices must be placed away from your desk and all alerts and alarms turned off.
- Exam and timetable release dates - See the important dates page for information on exam timetable release dates and Main and Deferred Exam dates.
- Getting to exams: You can't be late for your online exams. Ensure you have your equipment set up and working in plenty of time to start your online exam.
How do I access my exam timetable?
Your personal exam timetable can be viewed at https://exams.westernsydney.edu.au/timetable/personal.php (opens in a new window).
Exam timetables are generally released in the weeks leading up to exams. You can check for upcoming exam dates on the student dates page (opens in a new window).
We do not give verbal advice of your exam timetable by phone or at Student Central. Make sure you check your exam timetable regularly in the lead up to and on the day of your exams as times and locations may change.
Don't save or cache a screenshot of your exam timetable as you may not have the most up to date version.
We do not give special consideration where you have misread or misunderstood the exam timetable and you will not be able to sit your exam at another time.
When is the final exam period?
Final exams are held at the end of each session. You can check for upcoming exam dates on the student dates page.
You will need to be available to sit exams during the entire exam period. Work commitments, holidays, or other social functions are not considered valid reasons for missing a final exam.Related links
I'm missing an exam on my timetable
If an exam does not appear in your personalised exam timetable at https://exams.westernsydney.edu.au/timetable/personal.php (opens in a new window) it could mean that you either have an exam clash or the exam is being run by the School.
You should contact the Examinations Team as soon as possible at mailto:email@example.com or call 02 4736 0600 for further information.
I've got an exam clash
The University defines an exam clash as:
- two exams at the same time including any overlap
- less than one and a half hours between exams
- where you have more than three exams scheduled on two consecutive days. The University does not regard Friday or Saturday and the following Monday as consecutive days
- An evening exam that finishes after 8.30pm followed by a morning exam that starts before 9.30am on the next consecutive day
You must advise the Examinations Team of an exam clash no later than five working days after the date the exam timetable is published. You need to send an email (from your student email account) to the Examinations Team mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org
We will provide exam clash information to you via your student email account and your new exam arrangements will be outlined in the email advice.Related links