Your assessments and examinations are a large part of your time at the University. Ensuring that you are well prepared is key to your success.
Use the ANU exam timetable to make sure you know when and where your exams will be held.
When you incorporate the research of others into your own work, you must appropriately acknowledge your intellectual sources.
Past exam papers
The ANU library has an online collection of past exam papers that can be used for revision.
What to do if you fail a course
Find out how course failure will affect your program, and what actions you can take to support study success.
- ANU examination conduct information - what to expect during an examination
- To see your exam results - log into ISIS.
Deferred examinations - if you are unable to attend a scheduled examination due to extraordinary circumstances.
- Exam viewing - go to your Research School's website:
- Special consideration - what to do if your performance in your assessment has been affected by factors outside of your control.
Appealing a result - how to appeal a result in a piece of assessment.
Undergraduate academic progress - what happens if you fail a course
Graduate coursework academic progress - what happens if you fail a course.
ANU grading scale - how grades are calculated
ANU student assessment page - how courses are assessed