As the Student Centre is closed for in-person enquiries, we are unable to approve calculators at this time. We’re looking at how we can still offer this service to students and will update this page as soon as we have more information on how this will work.
If you are allowed to bring a dictionary or calculator to your exam this will be outlined on your exam timetable. You will need to get these approved at the Student Centre or Student Central (Cumberland) well in advance of your exam. Once it's been approved, we'll attach an approval sticker.
Due to the Student Centre being closed for in-person enquiries we are unable to authorise documents at this time. We are reviewing this process and will update this page once we have a way to continue with this process.
If you’re using a financial calculator in an exam, you need to get it checked and approved before your exam. You can visit the Finance office 547 in the Codrington Building (H69) between the following times to have your calculator approved:
If your calculator has previously been approved and the sticker is still intact you can continue to use it in exams.
Only non-programmable, financial calculators that are on the following list can be approved. This list is subject to change.
Students from a non-English speaking background can apply for permission to use a standard linguistic dictionary in examinations. You will need to visit the Student Centre to have your linguistic dictionary approved. Once checked and stamped, you can use it in exams throughout your University enrolment. The Student Centre can only approve a dictionary that is English to foreign language or vice versa (bilingual).
The Student Centre cannot approve: