Examination & Timetabling Arrangements
The university disability advisory services assist students registered with the services to arrange alternate examination and timetabling such as extra time for examinations, rest breaks in between and other aids to accommodate individual’s needs.
Examination arrangements for disabled students
with long term medical condition, physical disability and learning differences
for more than 12 months can request for an alternate examination by making an appointments
with the Disability Advisory services before the published deadlines.
All requests should be supported by a latest medical evidence from either a medical
specialist, educational psychologist or psychiatrist.
information on the alternate examination arrangement for disabled students,
please refer to the University’s Quality Manual.
with request of timetabling should be accessed by the disability advisory
services. The disability advisory services will go through an assessment with
the student and on campus doctor to make appropriate recommendations. Then, the
disability advisory services will pass recommendations for timetabling to the
registry office to make proper adjustments.
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