Uni life can be complicated at first, so this site will help make it a little easier to navigate your first semester at Monash. The weeks listed here represent the twelve teaching weeks of semester. Just start scrolling to browse topics to see important deadlines to help you manage your studies each week.
Final assessment timetable
The semester one final assessment timetable will be released from midday on Monday 9 May in Allocate+.
The time zone
If you're enrolled in Australian campus units, your timetable will be in Melbourne time. If you're sitting your assessments in a different time zone, you can change the time zone by clicking on the Subscribe to timetable link at the bottom of the Allocate+ homepage.
If you're viewing it from:
- your smartphone, it will automatically display the exam times in the time zone that your phone is in.
- a desktop, you'll need to follow the instructions to set it up.
You should check your final assessment timetable to make sure all your units are listed. If anything is missing, contact your faculty. See review your exam timetable.
If there's a clash (two or more assessments on at the same time), wait for us to sort it out. We'll write to you two weeks before your final assessments start to let you know what we've arranged.
How the assessments are run
Check you understand how your assessments will be run and what's expected of you. For more detail see eExams.
If you have a disability or medical condition, you may be able to make alternative arrangements for your final assessment. These may include extra time, a special venue, equipment or furniture. You must be registered with Disability Support Services to be eligible.
For more information, see alternative assessment arrangements.
In exceptional circumstances beyond your control (for instance, if you're very unwell or severely affected by hardship, trauma or grief), you may be eligible for special consideration. This will allow you to sit your final assessment on a more suitable day.
For eligibility and how to apply, see special consideration.
If your final assessment is an eExam and you're expected to sit it at home, you can apply for special arrangements if you have an unsuitable home environment or you live in an unsuitable time zone. For details see special arrangement for final assessments.