Past Examination and Assessment Papers
We have an archive of past examination papers from your course that you can look at to give you an idea of what to expect from your examination or assessment. These can be useful revision aids.
Make sure you follow the copyright restrictions on their use (see the Copyright restrictions section on this page).
Search Past Examination and Assessment Papers
You need your IT username (the first part of your University email address, so without @leeds.ac.uk) and password to access past examination papers. You can search by school/subject, or by module code.
All papers are provided as PDF files. If you require papers in a more accessible format, please contact the teaching school directly and they will be able to provide this.
Make sure you check the current module catalogue for information about how the module is assessed, as examinations and assessments for the same module can change their length or layout from year to year.
You can search for papers by subject, module or keyword through the Past Examination and Assessment Papers webpage.
Availability of Past Examination and Assessment Papers
Any particular examination/assessment paper will be available for as long as the relevant teaching school considers it useful. We update the archive once a year, adding the previous session's papers and removing old papers, as agreed with schools. This process is normally finished by mid-November.
If you can’t find the examination/assessment papers for your programme of study
Check with staff from the schools that teach the modules - some schools may not want their examination/assessment papers to be put into this archive.
Be sure you understand and follow these points:
- All past examination/assessment papers are copyright of the University of Leeds.
- None of the information within this service should be made available to anyone other than University of Leeds staff and students, or reproduced in any form, without prior written permission.
- Users of this service aren't allowed to modify, distribute, publish, transmit or create derivative works of any material found within the service for any public or commercial purposes.