Exam Adjustment Process
How you will receive your exam timetable and what you should do.
Exam timetable: receiving timetable information
- All correspondence sent from Examinations regarding your timetable will be sent from Examinations@ed.ac.uk. Please check that this address is not marked as junk or spam.
- Emails will only be sent to your university email address (e.g. email@example.com), so check this address regularly.
- More information about exam procedures and regulations.
- Your exam timetable will appear in your Office 365 calendar. You must check this calendar as this is the only way you will be notified.
- The calendar will show all exam details. An example is shown here:
*times on your calendar will be rounded up to the nearest 5 minutes in the exam (for example 1 hour 53 minutes in your timetable will be rounded up to 1 hour 55 minutes).
Exam timetable: what you should do
- If your exam does not appear in your Office 365 calendar by 10 days before your first exam, you should contact firstname.lastname@example.org immediately.
- Morning exams will usually start at 9.15am.
- Afternoon exams will usually start at 2.30pm
- Check your timetable regularly as your original dates and times may change.
- If exams are missing or you are not intending on sitting an exam, email email@example.com as soon as you receive your timetable.
- IMPORTANT: Your exams will be held in a different venue from the main exam. If you go to the main exam venue you will not be given your exam adjustments.
- Venue information.
On the day of the exam
- Arrive in good time, you will not receive additional time if you are late.
- A handy checklist of things to remember.
- A short video on how to complete the cover of the exam booklet.
- If you think you have not been given the correct adjustments speak to the invigilator immediately. Then check by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org