Wednesday, 06 May 2020
If you’re due to sit an assessment in Rogo this summer, you will need to sit a short test exam to ensure that ROGO functions properly for you at home.
You should have already received a communication from your school or department confirming whether or not you will need to sit an assessment in Rogo. If you’re not sure, you can check your exam timetable to find out.
ROGO at Home tests will take place before Monday 18 May, with the majority scheduled for Wednesday 6 May – Wednesday 13 May. They will not count towards your final mark for any module.
These tests are an opportunity for you to make sure that Rogo functions for you as intended, that you understand how the process works, and to check that any alternative arrangements have been correctly applied. The test should take no more than 15 minutes to complete.
You will find details about how and when to access your Rogo at Home test on your Rogo timetable – available on SharePoint and via MyCal.
The Rogo tests are scheduled in the same way as Rogo exams, meaning that:
- The paper will open at 9am on the date specified
- It will remain open for 24 hours
- Once you start your test, you will have a fixed duration in which to finish it
- You will have an extra hour to account for any technical difficulties (which you must report)
- There will be a link to IT support to help you with technical difficulties
- If you have any queries about questions you must make an assumption and submit your query via the form at the end of the test
If, for any reason, you miss your Rogo at Home test, you will need to email the Exam Office to arrange another. Please remember to include your student ID and the date of the missed test.