Once the Examination Timetable has published you can access your individual timetable via the Share Point site below.
Timetables are also available via the MyNottingham App and MyCal, please see further guidance here.
View your ROGO exam timetable via sharepoint
Please ensure that you check your timetable very carefully. If you notice anything missing please complete the Exam Support Form
Please login using your student IT username and password. If you experience issues, please clear your Cache Browser and log in again. If problems persist, complete the Exam Support Form
When you log in, you will see a screen similar to that shown below. This will list your examinations along with the locations and times.
What if I have applied to sit my examinations overseas?
Please be aware that these applications may sync with the time zones set up on your devices, which may result in exam start times appearing incorrectly.
The Exams Office will not be responsible for students reporting to their overseas exams at the incorrect time due to user devices being set to a different timezone than our exam scheduling system.
If you are unsure of your exam times, contact the Exams Office firstname.lastname@example.org
Important dates to remember:
For Spring semester and Autumn semester resits please visit the following University guidance:
What do I do if my timetable is missing information?
If you are expecting to sit exams and do not have any details by these dates or alternatively, if you have any other queries about your exam timetable please view our FAQ's
or complete and submit the Exam Support Form
Are you experiencing difficulties beyond your control affecting your ability to complete your assessments:
In the unfortunate event that you experience exceptional and unforeseen difficulties beyond your control, which affect your ability to complete your assessments (such as an illness), then the University’s extenuating circumstances procedure may be of assistance.
Please note that applications for extenuating circumstances should be submitted within 7 days of the affected examination.
It is recommended that you read the procedure and information on the SU website before completing a claim.
It is important that you notify Students Services via the Contact Us webpage immediately of any change in circumstances which either affect your ability to study or take assessments.
Any matters which could have been raised with Student Services, but were not (without good reason) raised before the Board of Examiners meet to make a progression/award decisions after assessments, will not be considered in the event of an Academic Appeal.
Extenuating circumstances can be submitted via the EC online form. If you are unexpectedly unwell during an examination you must inform an invigilator immediately.
If you are unexpectedly unwell and can’t attend your examination, you must inform Student Services via the Contact us webpage.