Exam timetable clashes and errors
Sometimes exam timetable information appears to be missing, incomplete or incorrect.
Final assessments replacing exams
The university is committed to supporting you through your studies during this challenging period. As a result, there will be no final exams this period. Final exams will be replaced with alternative assessments to be delivered by the unit conveners during the final assessment period, which takes place after the teaching end date of the period.
SWOTVAC: Monday 2 November to Wednesday 4 November 2020
Final Assessment Periods:
- Study Period 2, 2020: Monday 31 August to Friday 4 September
- Study Period 3, 2020: Monday 30 November to Friday 4 December
- Semester 2, 2020: Thursday 5 November to Friday 20 November
Read our answers to FAQs about Assessment and Special Consideration for units affected by the current COVID-19 situation.
Exam timetable errors
If you’re unsure about information in your exam timetable, don't panic.
It may be an error in the system or it may be some other problem. So the first step is to make sure what you're seeing is an error.
Check your enrolment details
This is the easiest way to check whether your units and scheduled exams match up or whether an exam from another unit has accidentally ended up in your timetable.
Check whether your unit has an exam
It may be that your unit doesn’t have an exam at all.
You can also contact your lecturer/tutor/unit convenor to confirm the assessment types for your unit.
If an error has been confirmed
Although rare, errors can occur.
If you’ve identified a legitimate system error, please contact email@example.com immediately.
Exam timetable errors are treated seriously and you will be contacted as soon as possible.
Exam timetable clashes
What is an exam timetable clash?
An exam timetable clash is when two or more of your exams occur at exactly the same time.
This is a serious issue that could negatively affect your studies. It needs to be addressed as soon as you identify it.
Note, this definition applies only applies to on-campus exams that are scheduled by the exams office. We can't factor in unit-specific in-class assessments or exams that have been organised by another institution.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org if a unit-specific clash has arisen.
What to do if you identify a clash
Submit an Examination Clash Notification form to the Examination Unit.
Swinburne will investigate your issue and notify you of an outcome.
Problems viewing your timetable
You may not be able to view your exam timetable because: