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The next English and Maths exams will take place at the University of Suffolk, Ipswich, on the following dates:
Dates for the Speaking, Listening and Communicating exam (English) will be arranged directly with you by an Academic Skills Advisors.
If you have not heard from Learning Services about the Speaking, Listening and Communication exam, please contact us: email@example.com
All Functional Skills exams will be computer based and will take place according to the University’s social distancing policies.
The English exams will consist of:
• Writing - on campus computer-based exam exam (1 hour)
• Reading - on campus computer-based exam (1 hour)
• Speaking, Listening & Communicating - remote exam via Microsoft Teams (2 -3 hours)
For more information about the Speaking, Listening & Communicating exam, please click here.
The Maths exams will be comprised of a single on-line assessment with two separate sections which will be completed in one continuous sitting:
• Non-calculator - on campus computer-based exam (30mins; 15 marks)
• Calculator - on campus computer-based exam (90mins; 45 marks)
In order to take a Functional Skills exam, you need to demonstrate that you are ready.
Therefore, before you can be entered into an exam you must:
Mock exams give you an idea of what the exam will be like and the kind of questions you will have to answer. They are also a valuable opportunity to get some feedback to help you revise for the final exam.
Here are the key facts:
If you have any questions about the exams or how to prepare for them, Learning Services are here to support you.
You can email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions
Book a one-to-one appointment with the Maths and Stats Advisor here: https://uos.libcal.com/appointments/depymak
Book an appointment with Adam Devine, Jack Rundell or Elle Wills (English) here: https://libguides.uos.ac.uk/121/asa-appointments