Be exam ready!
Find out what to expect on exam day and be exam ready!
AUDIO: Ambient music plays throughout
OPENING TITLE: RMIT University
VISUAL: Time lapse of exam venue setting up
NARRATION: Welcome to our RMIT exam guide. While you’ve been working hard during semester, we’ve been working hard to make sure that you feel prepared and supported come exam day.
VISUAL: Student (Chill Bill) in study space
NARRATION: To help us, we’ve enlisted our most relaxed and best prepared student, Chill Bill. He had a long night’s sleep, and a healthy breakfast.
VISUAL: Student (Chill Bill) checking exam timetable through MyRMIT on laptop
NARRATION: Chill Bill is relaxed because he is prepared. He checked his personalised exam timetable to make sure he knows his exam date, time, venue, and seat number.
VISUAL: Student (Chill Bill) placing their bag on a shelf, removing a clear plastic Ziploc bag of stationary.
NARRATION: When he arrives, Chill Bill puts his bag in the bag drop area. You will need to bring your valid student card to enter the exam venue. There are some things you can’t bring in, so leave these in the bag drop area or at home.
VISUAL: Images of items not allowed in exam venue
TITLE: What not to bring into an exam
· Bags of any kind, including hand bags, backpacks, and laptop bags
· Food and drink, other than water in a clear plastic bottle
· And sharp items including cutlery and scissors.
VISUAL: Students entering exam venue
NARRATION: Once you have dropped your bag off, you can head to the exam venue.
VISUAL: Students seated at desks preparing to sit exams
NARRATION: What you definitely need to bring is your student card, which you should put in the top left corner of your desk. You’re able to take your laptop, mobile phone, or other smart devices, but they must be switched off and placed under your desk along with your wallet or purse. These can be in a clear plastic sealable bag. If you have been revising before your exam and have notes or text books, these can be brought in, but must be placed under your desk and turned upside down. Alternatively, leave them in the bag drop area and collect them at the end.
VISUAL: Student raises hand at their desk
NARRATION: If you finish early, raise your hand to attract the attention of a supervisor. They will need to collect your paper before you leave. You’re not allowed to leave in the final 15 minutes of the exam. If you leave early, please do so quietly.
VISUAL: Exam supervisor collecting completed exams from students
NARRATION: At the end of the exam, stay seated until all exam papers are collected and you’re given permission to leave. Don’t forget to grab your student card and any belongings. We hope that helps, best of luck in your exams!
AUDIO: Music fades
TITLE: RMIT University
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