What if my circumstances affect an examination which has been deferred from January?


If you have deferred the examination(s) from January to May/June and you are affected by extenuating circumstances again for the same examination(s) in May/June then you may be granted a final opportunity to take the examination(s) during the August supplementary period.  This will not be automatic, you will need to complete another request for deferral form and submit it to your College in the usual way for consideration by the University. 

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