Accessing and understanding your resit exam timetable
You can view your resit timetable on RISIS as follows:
- Log in to RISIS using your usual University username
- On the second screen, enter your RISIS security password
- Click on the tab at the top of the page called “Information”
- Select the option for "Exam Info"
*Make sure you check to double-check your resit timetable as this may be updated.
Please note that this information is in a different location to your teaching timetable.
If you have any difficulties accessing the portal, or you have forgotten your security password, please contact the RISIS Team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you know already that you will be unable to take your exams during the summer term, you can use the enhanced Extenuating Circumstances process to request a deferral to August/September. We hope our post-results Extenuating Circumstances process gives you the confidence to take your exams as planned; however, if you are considering requesting to defer, you must first seek advice from your School or Support Centre (or Henley Helpdesk or ISLI Admin Office) because it is important that you understand the implications of delaying your exams.
Important information on academic integrity/misconduct
Our regulations on plagiarism apply to take home online exams and you will have to follow the usual submission guidelines when submitting to Turnitin. The University will investigate instances where plagiarism is suspected, and any proven cases of cheating will be dealt with firmly in accordance with our normal processes.
- We are treating this online examination as a time-limited open assessment. This means that:
- You are permitted to refer to published materials to aid you in your answers.
- Published sources should be referenced in the usual manner.
- Over-reliance on published sources is likely to be penalised as poor academic practice.
- Apart from appropriate referencing, you must ensure that:
- the work you submit is entirely your own and there has not been an instance of collusion;
- you do not communicate with other students on the topic of this assessment for the whole time the assessment is live
- you do not obtain advice or contribution from any third party (i.e. anyone else), including proof-readers, friends, or family members.
- For advice on academic integrity, you can see the University Library’s Academic Integrity Toolkit.
Please see the academic misconduct regulations, which include reference to cheating via plagiarism.