Personalised exam timetable

Your timetable for Semester 2 exams is now available in myRMIT

Your personalised timetable displays the day, time and location of your exams. If there are any changes to your personalised timetable, your school will email you.

If you’re registered with the Equitable Learning Service (ELS), check your RMIT student email account for your personalised exam timetable.

The timetable is subject to change, so make sure you're available for the full exam period.

How to get your personalised exam timetable

Log in to myRMIT and go to myExam timetable. You can print details for all your exams by selecting the ‘print’ option.

Seat numbers

Seat numbers can be viewed in the personalised exam timetable via myRMIT from Monday 15 October.

Seating lists will also be available at the Melbourne Showgrounds exam venue in Building 4, at least one hour before each exam session.

Exam times

There are three exam sessions – morning, afternoon and evening. Reading time is during the first 15 minutes of each exam. Once you've entered the venue, you're unable to leave during the first 60 minutes or the last 15 minutes of the exam.

Exam start time
Writing starts
No entry after this time
9.15am
9.30am
10.15am
1.45pm
2.00pm
2.45pm
5.45pm
6.00pm
6.45pm

Running late?

If you're running late, you're able to enter the exam venue up to 60 minutes after the start of reading time. After this time, you're unable to enter. If you do arrive late, you will not be given any extra time to complete your exam.

Must know info about your exam timetable:

Types of exams

Exams can either be closed book, limited text or open book. Your lecturer should advise you in advance what type of exam you will be sitting.

Closed book – You are unable to refer to any notes or materials during your exam.

Limited text – You are able to refer to a specific text or written material as stipulated by your lecturer. This could be a case study or you may be able to refer to one or two pages of notes.

Open book – You are able to refer to any written material during your exam, including text books and written notes.

School-run exams

Some RMIT schools schedule exams, practicum or laboratory tests specifically for their own students. Because these exams are not administered centrally, they are known as school-run exams.

If you have a school-run exam, your school will contact you with details.

 

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