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January 2020 Exam Timetable

The login is your Student Id and no password

 

Examination Regulations

Please take time to read the relevant information below before Semester 1 exams commence:

  • You must present your current student card to gain access to all exam venues. If you have lost your student card please contact SID SID@tudublin.ie
  • Please take note of the Examination Regulations 3AS05 including a ban on the use of mobile phones, electronic, smart devices and smart watches in examination venues and for the duration of all examinations.
  • Please take particular note of exam regulations 5. to 8. and 15. as extracted below. Students with any of the items prohibited in note 5. below will not be allowed into the examination venue. As per note 15. below, students must bring their own non programmable calculator, where required, for examinations.
  • Wallets can be brought into the exam venue but should be placed in a clear plastic bag. Clear plastic bags are required for mobile phones also.
  • Lockers are available in A block, E block and F block as per 3SS25 "Use of Student Lockers". Lockers can be selected for use on a first-come-first served basis. There is no charge for the use of the locker. You must provide your own lock for your chosen locker. 32mm padlocks are recommended.

Per Examination Regulations 3AS05 (extracts):

"5. Students must not bring into the examination venue, have in their possession, under their control, or within their reach:

i. Bags of any description (this includes large purses which are effectively bags and glasses cases).

ii. Any books or papers

iii. Electronic or smart devices (including iPods, iPads, laptops, earphones etc.)

iv. Programmable calculators

6.Students may bring into the examination venue pens, pencils, rulers as required for their exam provided that they are in a clear plastic bag.

7. Mobile phones may be brought into the examination venue provided that they are switched off and placed under the desk in a clear plastic bag for the duration of the exam.

8. It will be considered an offence and a disciplinary matter to use or attempt to use a mobile phone, programmable calculator or any other electronic or smart device (including iPods, iPads, laptops, earphones) in the examinaton venue. Students found to be using or suspected of using mobile phones, programmable calculators or any electronic or smart device will be considered to be in breach of examination regulations and will be subject to disciplinary procedures."

"15. Students must bring their own calculator, where required, for examinations. Calculators will not be supplied. Calculators used in examinations must be silent, self-powered and non-programmable. Calculators may not be passed from one candidate to another. Instructions for use may not be brought into the examination venue. Candidates must indicate on their answer booklets the make and model of any calculator(s) used in the examination."

 

Exam Results Click Here

If you have any difficulties accessing results please ring SID on (01) 885 1590

Examinations Office exams.blanchardstown@tudublin.ie

Susan King     (01) 885 1301
Ann Brady     (01) 885 1573

Toyah O'Connell

Lisa Cunningham

    (01) 885 1042

    (01) 885 1327

 

 

Exit Awards

Embedded “Exit” award application

Students wishing to terminate their studies prior to the completion of an entire programme may, where a lesser award exists and having successfully completed the requisite number of NFQ level of credits apply for an exit award

For example a Degree level 7 student having successfully completed years 1 and 2 and accumulated 120 credits may wish to apply for an exit award of a NFQ Level 6 Higher Certificate (if available).

This form is not to be used for students who wish to temporarily withdraw from a programme and return at a later date. Students who are awarded an exit award may not immediately register (within the next academic year) on any follow-on course to the course for which the exit award has been obtained.

Contact the exams office for further information exams.blanchardstown@tudublin.ie

 

Retain Honours

Application to retain Honours (or Merit/Distinction) award classification on exceptional grounds

This form is to be used by a learner when applying to an examination board for consideration to retain Honours (or Merit/Distinction) award classification on an exceptional basis.

For Application Criteria see section 12 of Academic programme assessment policy and procedure 3AS06

Applications are now closed for 2018/19 academic year

 

Digital Grademailers (Statements of Examination Results)

Digital Grademailers are available to all students at the following link: https://core.digitary.net

Digital Grademailers are an official statement of a student’s grades for a specific term or exam session. They are issued to all students after Summer and Autumn exam sessions since Autumn 2013. Students may download or share these digital documents with other educational institutions or employers.

Digitary has been upgraded to a new system called Digitary CORE

How can I access my documents?

Current Students: 

( To log into Digitary CORE for the first time ONLY )

  1. Go to https://core.digitary.net
  2. Click on the icon highlighted below and select TU Dublin - Blanchardtown Campus
  3. Log in using your student number (Bxxxxxxxx) and the password that you use to log onto PCs and other applications.
  4. When you have logged in, you will be prompted to enter a personal email address and password for use with Digitary CORE. You will be sent an email to validate this address.
  5. After validating your personal email, the next time you log into Digitary CORE, use your personal email and password. This login method can be used both while you are a registered student and after you have completed your studies.

 

Graduates and Past Students:  

( To log into Digitary CORE for the first time ONLY )

  1. Go to https://core.digitary.net
  2. Click on the icon highlighted below and select TU Dublin - Blanchardstown Campus
  3. Log in using your student ID (Bxxxxxxxx) and Banner PIN (this is the PIN you have used to access examination results and registration). If you cannot remember your Banner PIN, please email exams.blanchardstown@tudublin.ie to have your PIN reset.
  4. When you have logged in with your student ID and PIN, you will be prompted to enter a personal email address and password for use with Digitary CORE.  You will be sent an email to validate this address. 
  5. After validating your personal email, the next time you log into Digitary CORE, use your personal email and password. 

 

All fees must be paid in full. Hard copy transcripts of results are no longer produced.

It is policy that the Exams Office do not give examination results out over the telephone.

 

Requesting a Duplicate Grademailer or Single Subject Certificate

If your results were ratified before August 2013 and you have lost or misplaced the original paper grademailer or single subject certificate, you may request and pay for a duplicate copy using our online system. ***Only use this facility where your results were ratified before the introduction of electronic documents (before Aug 2013)


*NB :

Please note that during exam time the turnaround for requests for duplicate grademailers/single subject certificates is 5 working days

To access the system click here

 

Requesting a Duplicate Parchment

To access the system click here

 

European Diploma Supplement

For details on European Diploma Supplement please click here

 

Examinations Office exams.blanchardstown@tudublin.ie

Lisa Cunningham     (01) 885 1327
Susan King     (01) 885 1301
Ann Brady     (01) 885 1573
Toyah O'Connell     (01) 885 1042

 

 


Apprentice Programme

For exam related queries please contact the exams office at

01 8851573 or 01 8851327