Basic (ie non-programmable) calculators may be used in examinations, unless specifically stated on the examination paper. In some examinations, there may be a restriction on the type of calculator you are allowed to use. Miniature information processors for the storing of information are not permitted and their use will be regarded as cheating.
It is your responsibility to check whether or not you are allowed to bring a textbook into your examination. Unless informed otherwise, textbooks are not permitted. If your school allows textbooks to be used in examinations, check if any annotations are allowed.
Items you will not be permitted to keep with you in the examination room:
If you bring these items with you, invigilators will specify a place where they must be left. In particular, phones must be switched off, with all pre-set alarms disabled. The phone will be confiscated if found on your person or on or near your desk, and its presence may be regarded as cheating.
The University cannot accept responsibility for loss of, or damage to, items brought into the examination room.
Cheating in University examinations is an absolute offence. One of two penalties will be applied unless the circumstances are wholly exceptional.
TUMS-IC Definition of Cheating:
Candidates shall not, intentionally or otherwise:
If you are suspected of cheating Educational Office for International Student will offer support and guidance.
Make sure you are fully prepared
Befor the Exam
On the Day of the Exam