Who's running the campaign
What we want to change and why we want to change it
We want you to do as well in your exams as possible. So, we want to give you all the help and advice we can - from what to do to prepare yourself the night before, right up to helpful hints and tips for during the exam.
We also know that sometimes serious things happen in your personal life, or in the lives of those close to you, which have a very significant impact on your ability to study or sit exams. We want you to understand the rules and regulations which are there to support and protect you if you experience challenging personal circumstances.
How we are going to change it
We also want you to know who you should speak to if you are having issues:
In your School
- Your Module Coordinator
- Your Advisor of Studies
- Your Personal Tutor
(Get in touch with your School if you don't know who they are)
In your Students' Union
- Your Student Officer Education, Hannah Niblock
- Your Student Officer Welfare, Chloe Patterson
- Your Education and Welfare Advisor, Agnes Crawford
In the Exam Hall
- Speak to the Exam Invigilator if you're feeling ill during your exam
If you feel that your circumstances are personal or sensitive get in touch with the Directorate of Academic and Student Affairs.
We're also going to get the word out via our website, social media posts, and in our student stuff e-shot! Plus you may see flyers at events, plasmas and a poster or two across campus.
*Make sure you note the application deadlines in the Exceptional Circumstances Guide.