Preparing for your assessments
You'll need to know what to expect and how to prepare if you're doing your assessments online.
Find out how to prepare and what to expect if you're doing assessments on campus.
Mitigating circumstances is the umbrella term used by the University of Leeds for the process by which students can seek mitigation for the impact on their ability to complete assessments.
You and assessments
It is normal to feel a level of stress when it comes to assignments and examination periods. Although they may not always show it, stress is very common amongst many students.
Preparing for Your 2024 Assessments
It might feel like there’s such a lot to know about assessment that it’s difficult to know where to start. We’ve put together a helpful list of links where you can quickly get the answers to your questions and help you feel in control.
Who to contact if you have an issue with your assessment
Mitigating circumstances are any personal issues that you feel affect your academic work. These issues could include illness, bereavement, family crisis or pregnancy.
Assessment Access Arrangements
If you're disabled or become ill at the time of your assessments, then special assessment access arrangements may be made for you.