The Examinations Section of the Academic Office is responsible for organising annually well in excess of a thousand different examinations which are sat by over fifteen thousand students across the University.
Please note that some examinations (e.g. Language Centre exams and some postgraduate exams) are organised by the relevant teaching department - please contact the department concerned for information about these.
If you have any enquiries about examinations please contact a member of staff in the Academic Office's Examination Section.
If you need to visit the office in person, please visit the Academic Office Reception located on the ground floor of University House. It is open for the following periods:
Monday to Thursday:
9am - 5pm
9am - 4pm
Examinations Timetable Weeks 1 & 2 Summer Term 2013 (22 April - 1 May)
Please click the link "April (weeks 1 and 2) Examinations" in the menu to the left of this screen for the timetable for examinations to be held between 22 April and 1 May (weeks 1 & 2 Summer Term).
Examinations Timetable Weeks 3 & 4 Summer Term 2013 (7 - 18 May)
Please click here for the timetable for examinations to be held between 7 - 18 May 2013 (weeks 3 & 4 Summer Term).
Final Examinations Timetable Weeks 5 - 9 Summer Term 2013 (20 May - 21 June)
To access the final timetable for weeks 5-9 of the Summer Term (papers listed in date order by academic department), please click here.
If you are taking examinations in this exam period (weeks 5-9, Summer Term) you can also download a personalised timetable via www.warwick.ac.uk/ett for the examinations you are taking in this period (weeks 5-9, Summer Term). Personal timetables relate only to the main University examination period (that is, weeks 5-9, Summer Term) and will not include examinations you may be taking in earlier periods in the Summer Term. Composite timetables for earlier periods are published separately - see above. Your timetable will be printable and you are advised to print a copy and take it with you to examinations. You must in any event consult your personal timetable as it contains other essential information you are required to note (e.g. regulations concerning bags and mobile phones in exam rooms).
Please remember that Language Centre exams are organised by the Language Centre and do not feature in this timetable; the Language Centre will provide you with information about any Language Centre exams you may be taking.
Please note that misreading of timetables or failure to consult timetables will not be accepted as excuses for missing an examination or for failure to observe examination requirements.
Bags and other possessions in examinations
For guidance on bringing bags, mobile phones and other personal possessions to examinations, please click here.
**Students may take drinking water into exam venues and are advised to do so in very warm weather**.
**Students are also reminded that all answer books, statistical tables, statutes etc provided to candidates in examinations are University property and MUST NOT be removed from examination rooms. Candidates are reminded that unauthorised removal of such materials constitutes theft**.
Transcripts/ Higher Education Achievement Report (HEAR)
If you are an undergraduate student who is due to graduate in this July, an electronic document (the Higher Education Achievement Report - HEAR) now replaces the traditional transcript. Further details of this can be found on the Higher Education Achievement Report (HEAR) webpages on this website. Please be advised that this record of achievement cannot be issued until your degree has been conferred and all of your module marks have been validated and loaded into the University student record system by the relevant academic departments.
If you are a graduate of the University prior to summer 2012 and require a transcript you may request one by completing the form available here. Please note that processing transcripts from previous years can take up to 6 weeks.
Taught postgraduate students will currently continue to receive a University transcript by post.
In case the University should need to contact you by post after your graduation, please do make sure that your home address on your central student record is up to date and correct.