Find out if your courses have a timed assessment or on-campus exam this semester.
The Deferred online timed assessment period is from Monday 4 December to Friday 8 December 2023.
Students who have been granted approval for a deferred assessment you will be contacted directly. Please see below for the deferred exam timetable.
Your on-campus exam timetable is now available. Your seat number will be available on seating lists posted for viewing outside the exam venue 45 minutes before your exam is to commence.
Download your timetable from the table below.
|Business and Law (CoBL)||College of Business and Law Deferred Exam Timetable (PDF)|
|Design and Social Context (DSC)||College of Design and Social Context Deferred Exam Timetable (PDF)|
||Information about other assessments or exams will be sent to you directly from the STEM College.
If you become unwell during your exam and are unable to finish, you must report your illness to the exam supervisor and leave. If you become unwell prior to your exam, you don’t need to attend the exam to report your illness.. You may then apply for Special Consideration with supporting medical documentation. More information about special consideration will be provided closer to the assessment period.
If you are registered with Equitable Learning Services (ELS) and have Equitable Assessment Arrangements (EAAs) in your Equitable Learning Plan, the Exams team will ensure your EAAs are accomodated for your on-campus exams.
The deadline to register for EAAs in Semester 2 have closed. You can still book an appointment if you require to speak to Equitable Learning Services (ELS).
Read these rules carefully - as you maybe penalised if you do not follow them.
It’s your responsibility as an RMIT student to comply with these rules and other assessment policies and processes. You can be penalised if you don’t follow all RMIT on-campus exam rules and the instructions for your exam. Penalties range from failing the exam or course up to suspension or expulsion.
It’s your responsibility to be available to attend all scheduled exams. It’s recommended that you arrive at least 20 minutes before the published exam commencement time. If you require additional assistance of any kind, please arrive 30 minutes prior to the commencement of your exam.
You can’t sit an exam for a course that you are not enrolled in. If this does occur, you won’t receive a grade.
You are responsible for knowing your exam times and locations and for arranging your own transport to the venue.
Important: Failure to correctly read the exam timetable is not an acceptable reason for special consideration.
Entering the exam venue
Upon entry to the exam venue, you become subject to the authority of the exam supervisors. You must comply with all directions given by exam supervisors, written on the exam paper, and displayed in the exam venue.
During reading time, you are not permitted to:
Where the exam is of two hours duration or more, you will be allowed to enter the venue up to 60 minutes after the published commencement time of the exam. No additional time will be granted. If you arrive more than 60 minutes after the published start time you will not be permitted to enter the exam room and will receive a zero mark for that assessment.
Masks will be provided upon entry to the exam venue if you wish to wear one. Masks brought in from the outside of the venue will not be permitted and will need to be discarded or stored under your desk.
Leaving the exam venue
You won’t normally be permitted to leave the exam room within the first 60 minutes from the published commencement time of the exam.
If you need to leave the exam room after the first 60 minutes from the published commencement time of the exam, you must remain seated and silent and raise your hand to gain the attention of the exam supervisor.
If you become unwell during the exam and are unable to complete the assessment, you must report your illness to an exam supervisor and leave the exam venue. If you don’t report your illness to an exam supervisor, you won’t be eligible for special consideration.
Once your exam has been collected you are not permitted to use the bathrooms inside the exam venue, and you must exit the building immediately.
You won’t be permitted to re-enter the exam venue after leaving it, unless you have been under supervision.
You won’t be permitted to leave the exam venue during the last 15 minutes of the exam.
You must leave the exam venue and surrounding areas immediately and quietly, and in consideration of others. You may not linger around exam venue entrance or exit points.
You must show your RMIT student card on entry to the exam venue and clearly display it on your exam desk.
Your card will be checked during your exam. The supervisor will compare your student photo and student number with the exam attendance list.
Women who wear burqas or niqabs are encouraged to attend the exam venue at least thirty minutes before the exam starts to have their identification checked by a female staff member in a private room. This ensures that the identity check is completed respectfully and with minimal disruption. If your identification is not verified prior to or during your exam, it will need to be verified at the end of your exam in a private room by a female staff member.
Possession of unauthorised materials in an exam is misconduct. It doesn't matter if you don't use your phone, notes, watch or other unauthorised materials to help with the exam – it’s still misconduct if these items are not stored correctly. Any material or item on your desk, chair, person or in your pockets will be deemed to be in your possession.
You are permitted to bring some personal items and study materials into the venue provided they are placed on the floor under your desk.
Once inside the exam venue you must:
You are not permitted to:
Misconduct during an exam will be reported to the Academic Registrar’s Group where it will be managed in accordance with the Student Conduct Policy. A first incident can result in a 0% exam mark or a 0% NN grade for the course. Subsequent incidents can result in suspension or expulsion from RMIT.
You can be reported for misconduct when:
You can be charged with academic misconduct even if you did not obtain an advantage from it.
Important: It doesn't matter if you don't use your phone, notes, watch or other unauthorised materials to help with the exam – it’s still misconduct if these items are not stored correctly.
In the event of an emergency during an exam you must comply with the instructions of the exam supervisor or safety warden. You will still be subject to exam conditions until you are formally dismissed by the senior exam supervisor.
If you have any questions in relation to RMIT exam requirements, please ask the exam supervisor at the venue for further advice.
Acknowledgement of Country
RMIT University acknowledges the people of the Woi wurrung and Boon wurrung language groups of the eastern Kulin Nation on whose unceded lands we conduct the business of the University. RMIT University respectfully acknowledges their Ancestors and Elders, past and present. RMIT also acknowledges the Traditional Custodians and their Ancestors of the lands and waters across Australia where we conduct our business - Artwork 'Luwaytini' by Mark Cleaver, Palawa.