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Exam Timetable

Timeline for Examination Timetable

Week 8 of Semester

  • The Provisional timetable is published and available on the web at www.timetable.ul.ie on Monday Week 8.  Contact your class representative if there is any module missing from the schedule or if you are scheduled to do three exams in a row on any day.  The class representative contacts the module leader, who alerts Student Academic Administration.  Appropriate changes may then be made or other action taken.  The deadline for notifying Student Academic Administration of any such issues is 15h00 on Thursday of Week 8.

Week 10 of Semester

  • The Final timetable is published and available on the web at www.timetable.ul.ie.
  • A Module Splits list is available on the notice board outside the Student Academic Administration office. This list shows module exams running in more than one venue, and indicates which venue each students should go to.  This list assigns students to each venue alphabetically by surname. Eg. Allen to Moran - GYM.  Moynihan to Zeba - SPORTSHALL.  In this situation all students with a surname beginning with the letter "A" up to those with surnames beginning with the letters "MOR" should go to the Gym, those with a surname beginning with the letters "MOY" up to Z should go to the SPORTSHALL.

Repeats Timetable

  • This is published the first week of August on the web at www.timetable.ul.ie.
  • A Module Splits list is available on the notice board outside the Student Academic Administration office. This list shows module exams running in more than one venue, and indicates which venue each students should go to.  This list assigns students to each venue alphabetically by surname. Eg. Allen to Moran - GYM.  Moynihan to Zeba - SPORTSHALL.  In this situation all students with a surname beginning with the letter "A" up to those with surnames beginning with the letters "MOR" should go to the Gym, those with a surname beginning with the letters "MOY" up to Z should go to the SPORTSHALL.
  • GEMS students should contact the Medical School for their repeat times.

Student Guidelines for Examinations

  • Arrive on time for your exam, ideally 10 minutes before the exam commences
  • Know the correct location of your exam
  • You must bring your valid student id card with you to all exams
  • You are not permitted to bring personal belongings e.g. mobile phones, smart watches or any electronic communication device into an exam room/venue (if in doubt leave it at home)
  • The end of semester examinations will be run in compliance with the UL Assessment Regulations which can be found in the Handbook of Academic Regulations and Procedures at the link below: 

Handbook of Academic Regulations and Procedures Appendix 1 Assessment Regulations