As the University has moved to online teaching this semester, we will no longer be holding in-person written exams.
Check our Coronavirus advice page for up-to-date information on mid-semester tests.
Refer to your unit of study Canvas site for details about your mid-semester assessment. If you need to complete an online mid-semester test, you can find more information on the Taking online tests Canvas site. The University will use ProctorU to proctor online exams. Find out more about privacy and security for online tests and exams.
We provide you with a personalised timetable for all formal, end-of-semester exams. The link to exam timetables will be provided here when timetables are available.
We update this link for each exam period, so it's best not to bookmark this.
Your exam timetable will include:
If you haven't received a timetable, or if any of the details on your timetable don’t match your enrolment, you should contact us.
Your exam venue and seat number will be included on your timetable. These will most likely be different for every exam you take.
When you arrive at the exam venue, confirm your seat number and Student ID on the seating list outside the exam room. You need to sit in your allocated seat.
Disability Services helps students who have a disability to access reasonable adjustments for exams. They can also help students who have a temporary condition or injury and require adjustments for their exam. Find out about registering with Disability Services.
If you've been approved to have exam adjustments, these will appear on your personal exam timetable.
If you have two or more exams scheduled at the same time, you'll receive an email explaining your arrangements. Your exams will usually be rescheduled as follows:
You will sit your exam in the clash room (this will be on your timetable). This venue includes an exam room and a break-out room where you can store your belongings and study in-between your exams. If one of your exams is a practical or computer lab exams, you will take that exam as normal and then be escorted to or from the clash room.
You'll be taking your exam at a different time to other students, to ensure the integrity of the exam, you won't be permitted to:
On the day you'll need to:
You will not be able to contact your friends and family until after your second exam, so you may want to inform them of this before your exam.
If you have a clash of exam-based assessments during semester, you should discuss alternative arrangements with your unit of study coordinator.
Recitals are the main exam for performance students.
You need to be available throughout the examination period and attend your scheduled time.
Your recital can only be deferred if you're granted special consideration. Find out more about applying for special consideration. You will need to provide a medical certificate as part of your application.
If you have any questions or issues regarding the scheduling of your recital, contact your unit of study coordinator and the Conservatorium timetable coordinator at email@example.com.
Other undergraduate forms, policies, guidelines and procedures relevant to your study at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music can now be found on Canvas. You can download the recital program template to produce your own printed programs on the Sydney Conservatorium of Music Canvas site.
All postgraduate forms, policies, guidelines and procedures relevant to your study at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music can now be found on Canvas.
Make sure you’re aware of the following exam requirements:
If you are undertaking the Master of Music (Performance) or the Doctor of Musical Arts (Performance or Conducting), you need to give notice of your final recital.