If you have registered with the Disability Liaison Unit (DLU) and have requested alternative assessment arrangements, this will not appear in your timetable in WES. You will be notified by mail 1 - 2 weeks before the exam period.
Review your exam timetable
When reviewing your exam timetable:
- ensure that all your units are listed
- check the exam format
- wait for advice on clashes.
Note: Misreading your exam timetable is not grounds to apply for special consideration.
|Instructions||Details||Screenshots (click to enlarge)|
|Login to WES||Use your Monash account username and password
For password or logging in problems, contact the service desk
|WES login screen
|In the Course Progression section (bottom right), click Exam timetable||This will display your personal exam timetable||WES main menu
|Check all your exams are listed for each unit||If any exam is missing from your personal timetable, contact your faculty office to confirm your enrolment details||WES exam timetable
|Wait for written advice if you have an exam clash
||A clash is when two or three exams are scheduled at the same time
If you have an exam clash, we will write to you two weeks before the exams to explain the arrangements for you
|Find out about the exam format (written, oral or practical) and what you can bring. See also exam rules||It is your responsibility to check with the teaching department if an exam is closed or open book, or has specifically permitted items
Direct any questions to your teaching department or lecturer
|Click the exam venue field in WES||This will display the exam venue address and other details. See also venues, seating and starting times|
|Print your personal exam timetable||This has the venue location and seat number for each exam.
Note: Seat numbering does not apply to off-campus or Open Universities Australia exams unless held at the Caulfield Racecourse venue
|Check again closer to exam time||Check your exam timetable again before the start of the exam period as details may change without warning|