Individual examination timetables are available on Student Services Online.
Examinations for students in greater Auckland are held on Tāmaki Campus - the
examination rooms for the day are displayed near Reception on Level 2 of
Building 730 (the School of Population Health).
Students who live outside Auckland may sit their examinations at a tertiary
institution near their home. There are extra fees charged, to cover
administrative costs. If your mail address is outside the greater Auckland area
you will be contacted by the University Examinations Office about your
examination arrangements and costs. The University Examinations Office is
responsible for organising examinations in other centres and communications
about your distance examination arrangements should be made directly to the
Examinations Office. Some students prefer to travel to Auckland to sit their
exams and this is fine, as long as you inform the Examinations Office.
Sickness and compassionate consideration
Any student whose examination performance is affected by unexpected illness before
or on the day, or who is unable to sit the examination due to accident or serious
illness, can apply to have their circumstances taken into account in their course
grade. An application for temporary illness (Aegrotat) or Compassionate Consideration
must be made to the University Health and Counselling Service no later than one
week after the examination(s). It is important that you see a registered medical
doctor or counsellor and obtain a detailed medical certificate before the examination
if your preparation is affected, or on the day of the examination if your performance
or ability to attend is affected. You must attend the examination if at all possible.