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Semester 1 Exam Timetables now available


Exam timetables have now been published to the TU Dublin exams website, they are subject to change so we recommend you check and then re-check in advance of your exam for updates.

Before your exam:

Please ensure you have a valid student card to gain access to the venue on the day, you will need your Student ID number, which will also serve as your exam number on the day.  If you have lost or misplaced your card, there is still time to get a replacement card in, please visit one of our three Student Service Centres .

It is important to make sure you read and understand the General Assessment Regulations you should also familiarise yourself with rules around the use of Programmable Calculators in exams if this applies to you.

On the day:

You should arrive in plenty of time so you can get to your seat and get settled before the exam commences, there is strictly no admittance to exams 30 minutes after commencement.  Make sure you have your valid Student ID Card to gain access to the exam venue.

You should not be in possession of a mobile phone/smartwatch during the exam and if you are found to be in possession, it will be confiscated.

After your exams:

Provisional results for exams are expected in early February 2019. Further information on release dates to be posted to the exams website as well as social media nearer the time.   


We wish all of our students the very best of luck for the upcoming exams