Alternative exam arrangements

Arrangements for students with an Access Plan

Students with disabilities may negotiate an agreement to alter the standard final exam conditions. If you believe you require alternative exam arrangements please contact Access and Inclusion Services at the Student Engagement Unit.

The arrangements will vary depending on the impact of the disability and are outlined in an Access Plan. The Access Plan will be provided to you and your Program Director by Access and Inclusion Services at the Student Engagement Unit.

IMPORTANT: For your requirements to be in place for your final exam, your Access Plan must be finalised* no later than the date specified in the table below relevant to your enrolment study period.  It may not be possible to accommodate requests after this date, therefore it is important to arrange a meeting with an Access and Inclusion Advisor early to provide every opportunity to ensure that your requirements can be met.  Late requests cannot be guaranteed.

 *FINALISATION OF YOUR ACCESS PLAN will only occur after:

1. supporting documentation has been provided;
2. you have met with an Access and Inclusion Advisor to discuss your requirements; and
3. your access plan has been approved

The arrangements that are agreed upon can be temporary or can be in effect for the duration of your study, depending on whether the disability is temporary (e.g. broken arm), fluctuating or permanent.

For all face-to-face exams, the Academic Unit will liaise with you regarding arrangements for your exam.

For unsupervised online exams, if your exam time is extended to include Access Plan extra time, the extra time adjustments will be visible in the Moodle quiz and in place from the exam start time.

For invigilated online exams, if your exam is extended to include Access Plan extra time, the extra time adjustments will be visible in the Moodle quiz and in place from the exam start time.  Students who require a split exam sitting will receive two personal exam timetable emails.  The initial email will include standard exam details.  When the split exam arrangments have been finalised students will receive a second email confirming their personal exam timetable.

 

2022 Study Period of enrolment Due date:
Access Plan to be finalised*
Study Period 1 Monday, 14 February 2022
Study Period 1 UniSA Online (UO) Monday, 14 February 2022
Study Period 1 UniSA Online (UO) secondary assessments Monday, 14 February 2022
Study Period 2 Business and Law Friday, 22 April 2022
Study Period 2 Friday, 22 April 2022
Study Period 3 Friday, 22 April 2022
Study Period 3 UniSA Online (UO) Friday, 22 April 2022
Study Period 3 UniSA Online (UO) secondary assessments Friday, 22 April 2022
Study Period 1, 2 & 3 secondary assessments Friday, 8 July 2022
Study Period 4 Monday, 1 August 2022
Study Period 4 UniSA Online (UO) Monday, 1 August 2022
Study Period 4 UniSA Online (UO) secondary assessments Monday, 1 August 2022
Study Period 5 Business and Law Friday, 30 September 2022
Study Period 5 Friday, 30 September 2022
Study Period 6 Monday, 24 October 2022
Study Period 6 UniSA Online (UO) Monday, 24 October 2022
Study Period 6 UniSA Online (UO) secondary assessments Monday, 24 October 2022
Study Period 7 and Study Period 5 & 6 secondary assessments

Wednesday, 11 January 2023

Study Period 1 (OUA)

Wednesday, 28 April 2022

Study Period 2 (OUA)

Wednesday, 28 July 2022

Study Period 3 (OUA)

Wednesday, 28 October 2022

Study Period 4 (OUA) Thursday, 27 January 2023
Session 1 (OUA) Wednesday, 12 May 2022
Session 2 (OUA) Wednesday, 29 September 2022
Session 3 (OUA) Thursday, 27 January 2023

Equipment and extra time for face-to-face exams

The Access and Inclusion team in the Student Engagement Unit will liaise with Academic Unit staff to ensure equipment and extra time details are provided as outlined in your Access Plan.