The Examinations Team is part of the Quality Assurance Unit of the Academic Office and is responsible for the organisation, administration, security and operation of all of Anglia Ruskin's examinations for taught modules in accordance with the Academic Regulations. This includes responsibility for the production and publication of the Examination timetable, accommodation and invigilation requirements.
The Team comprises five staff led by the Examinations and Academic Appeals Manager, Lorna Kempster. The Team is located in Ashby House (2nd Floor) in Chelmsford and St. George House (2nd Floor) in Cambridge.
The Academic Calendar for the 2013/14 academic year has been published and the following periods have been designated for examinations:
The Examination Timetable for Semester 2 examinations in May 2014 will be published on 21st March 2014.
Anglia Ruskin operates a searchable database for you to find out information specific to each of the examinations for any particular module. In addition, students and staff can also access information about examination times and dates via the main Examination Timetable web facility.
Please note that students are responsible for checking the examination timetable to find out their own personal schedule of examinations. We do not currently produce customised examination timetables for individual students. If you are unsure about which of your modules include an examination you can find out by checking:
Information on the deadlines for the submission of coursework assignments and other non-examination based assessment tasks are NOT provided by this website but are available in your Module Guides or the appropriate Faculty/Departmental Offices.
Information on how to find out your results is available via our results section. This webpage does not provide information on results for Examinations or other forms of assessment task. These are available via e-Vision in accordance with the official dates for the publication of results . To understand your transcript and e-vision record, consult the easy to use Guide to Your Results document.
Section 6 of the Academic Regulations governs the conduct of all Examinations held in Anglia Ruskin's name at all locations (including overseas) and students are strongly advised to ensure they are fully aware of these regulations prior to the beginning of the examination period; find further information for students on the examination process.
Details on regulations are available on our Anglia Ruskin's Academic Regulations section.
If you are unable to attend an examination due to illness or other serious reasons, you can apply for your mitigating circumstances to be considered and you may be permitted to sit (or re-sit) the examination at a future assessment period. Full details of the mitigation process, including information on the types of documentary required to support any claim for mitigation (eg: a doctor's certificate), are available in our Mitigation section.
Please note that the mitigation process is designed to assist students with serious circumstances which have prevented them from either attending an examination or which have impaired their performance during an examination. It is not designed to be used by students who have failed to ensure that they know the time and date of their examination or who have failed to prepare properly (eg: revise!) for the examination.
If you require specific arrangements because of a disability, medical condition or learning difficulty, you must register this request with a Study Support Adviser no later than ten weeks before the first examination. Requests made after this date cannot be guaranteed and you should consult your Student Handbook for advice. Any request must be accompanied by appropriate medical evidence, an educational psychologist's report or other evidence from a qualified person. Contact the Study Support Service on either our Cambridge or Chelmsford campuses for an appointment with a Study Support Adviser and for further information.
We are always looking for people to act as examination invigilators. Experience is not necessary as we provide full training for the role. Further details are available in our Information for Invigilators section.
Further advice on any Examinations issue and the related regulations is available from email@example.com (for Cambridge) and firstname.lastname@example.org (for Chelmsford). [Please note that we are unable to provide details of individual examinations by e-mail or over the telephone.]
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