How do I go about deferring an exam?


If you have been affected by extenuating circumstances before an examination to such an extent that your performance is likely to be significantly affected you might wish to consider postponing the sitting of the examination until a future date.  In this case, you must contact your College to request to defer the exam.  This must be done either in advance of the exam or within 5 working days of the exam taking place. You must provide supporting evidence with your request.

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