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									              ASSESSMENT INFORMATION
             RELATING TO ALL TAUGHT PROGRAMMES



This booklet, which contains information on all aspects of the
examination process, is published for the convenience of candidates.

Submission hand in dates, and dates relating to seen-in-advance written
papers and take home papers are available from Departments

It should be read carefully by all students. Every effort has been made to
ensure accuracy, but, Departmental Notice Boards and the Assessments
Notice Board (outside the Great Hall) should always be checked for any
necessary last minute changes.

Any enquiries regarding Examinations should be made to the Head of
Assessments, c/o Student Centre, Richard Hoggart Building.


                                 2012

      Included in this Booklet is the finalised timetable which
         Includes changes from the one previously displayed


       This booklet is available on the web and in printed form

    For those students who require this Handbook in an alternative format
                    Please enquire at the Student Centre
                                     INDEX




Information Regarding Written Examinations………………………………………… 3-4

Examination Venues ………………………………………………………………….. 5

Map of Venues          . ……………………………………….……………………….. 5

Inability to Attend Examinations   …………………………………………………….. 6

Performance during Examinations     ………………………………………………… 6

Retake of Course Units by undergraduates ………………………………………… 6

Late Summer Retakes and Deferred Assessments ………………………………... 6

Examination Misconduct        ……………………………………………………….         7

Final Year Students           ……………………………………………………….         8

Continuing Students           ………………………………………………………..        9

Academic Year 2012-2013            …………………………………………………….     9

Appeal against Assessments ………………………………………………………..           10

Timetable        …………………………………………………………….            11 Onwards




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INFORMATION REGARDING WRITTEN EXAMINATIONS
It is your responsibility to know the date, time and place of each of your papers as
shown on the timetable. The venue for your examination, may unavoidably be
changed at short notice, so on the day of your examination, please consult the
Assessments Notice Board (near the Porters Lodge) and the display screens in the
Student Centre and at the porters lodge to confirm where your examination will take
place. DO NOT ASSUME THAT ALL YOUR EXAMINATIONS WILL BE HELD IN
THE SAME PLACE.

You must bring your ID card to each examination and display it on the desk so that
the Invigilator can check your identity. Any student without an ID will be sent to the
Assessments Team in the Student Centre so that their identity can be verified. If you
have lost your ID card you can obtain a new card from the security office. If you have
clothing that obscures your face you must report, 15 minutes before the examination,
to the Assessments team in the Student Centre where one of the female staff will
check you against your ID in private. For security reasons candidates wearing any
other form of head gear (caps etc) will be asked to temporarily remove the hat for
inspection.

You must sit at the desk allocated to your candidate number. DO NOT ASSUME
THAT THE DESK WHICH BEARS YOUR CANDIDATE NUMBER WILL ALWAYS BE
LOCATED IN THE SAME POSITION IN THE EXAMINATION ROOM.

An area in the venue, away from the desks will be designated for bags and coats.
Students are responsible for their own possessions, and are advised to bring in
writing materials and a minimum number of personal possessions. In order to allow
students to keep small personal items with them, a transparent plastic bag will be
issued at the examination hall for small personal items such as keys, wallets and
phones, WHICH MUST BE SWITCHED OFF. The bags must be tied securely, put
under your chair and NOT TOUCHED during the examination or taken out if you
temporarily leave the hall. To avoid disturbing other candidates, students who finish
their paper early will not be able to retrieve their bag/coat until the end of the session

Unless specifically permitted you cannot bring into the examination room any books
(including dictionaries), personal papers and revision notes, or any other
unauthorised material. Permitted items comprise: mathematical instruments - slide
rules - pens - rubbers - small bottles of ink, which cannot be in a box or in any other
container. You are expected to provide yourself with an adequate supply. For
Mathematics Examinations electronic calculators may be used. The make and model
should be specified on the script. The calculator must not be programmed prior to
the examination. Calculators which display graphics, text or algebraic equations are
not allowed. Failure to comply with these instructions will be considered as cheating
(see final paragraph of section). Any suspected violation of these instructions will be
regarded as a possible examination offence and investigated accordingly.

You cannot enter the examination room until told by the Invigilator (normally about 10
minutes prior to the start of the examination). You are required to observe all
instructions given to you by Examiners, Invigilators or Officers of the College
responsible for the conduct of examinations.




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You cannot leave the examination room within the first half hour or the last quarter
hour of an examination, nor enter the examination room for the first time when the
first half hour has passed (unless accompanied by an Officer of the College).

Should you arrive for an examination after the first half hour you must report
immediately to the Head of Assessments in the Student Centre, Richard
Hoggart Building.

Answer books must be used for all examinations and used according to the.
instructions on the front cover. As well as writing down the name of your paper you
must also state your programme of study, eg BA Anthropology/Sociology. Sign your
desk ticket as proof of attendance and identity. Rough answers must be written in
the answer book and crossed through. All answers to examinations must be in
English, unless instructions are given to the contrary.

Once you are in the examination room you must not leave your desk unless
absolutely necessary and then only with the permission of the Invigilator, or unless
you have completed your examination. Talking to other students is strictly
forbidden. If you have to leave the examination room temporarily you will have to be
escorted - therefore only one candidate may leave the Hall at one time. Students
should be aware that the College reserves the right to take reasonable and
appropriate measures to prevent cheating in examinations. If you leave the hall a
note will be made in your answer book each time you leave the hall. If you wish to
speak to the Invigilator, or require any additional materials, raise your hand and wait
until the Invigilator comes to you. Supplementary answer books will only be issued
once you have completely filled the first answer book set out on the desk.

In the unlikely event of the examination being interrupted by an emergency alarm you
must follow the Invigilators instructions. You will be asked to leave the examination
hall, you may not talk to other candidates and you must not discuss the
examination paper. All examination material must be left on the desk. You will then
be told where to assemble to wait for further instructions, the invigilators and Head of
Assessments will discuss the circumstances and decide if it is appropriate to
recommence the examination, which is normally the case if the alarm is false or
malicious.

You cannot smoke or eat in the examination room nor should you conduct yourself in
any manner likely to cause disturbance to other candidates, this includes
inappropriate behaviour or dress.

When you have completed the examination you must tie all supplementary answer
books inside the main answer book.

At the end of the examination you must remain at your desk until all the scripts
have been collected by the Invigilator. You may not collect your belongings or leave
the examination room until so instructed by the Invigilator, which you must do
promptly and in silence. If your examination finishes before other examinations in the
same room, please leave quietly and do not disturb other candidates by talking,
either in the room or outside.

Take nothing other than the question paper from the examination room (in
some cases you may be required to leave the question paper). Do not damage any
paper or materials supplied.


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A blank or worthless script or other piece of assessed work does not constitute a
valid attempt. It is a matter for the professional judgement of individual Examiners to
decide what constitutes a valid attempt.

Should you arrive for an examination after the first half hour you must report
immediately to the Head of Assessments in the Student Centre, Richard
Hoggart Building.

If you are suspected of cheating, or attempting to cheat, or of assisting other
candidates to cheat, the facts must be reported to the Director of Student
Services. As a consequence you may be disqualified from the examination and
excluded from all future examinations of the College. Any unauthorised notes
or materials may be retained by the College at its discretion.

EXAMINATION VENUES
The venues for examinations are incorporated in the timetable. Every effort will be
made to keep to the venues as advertised but, as previously stated, it is sometimes
necessary to move examinations at the last moment. Always consult the Notice
Board outside the Great Hall (by the Porters Lodge) before your examinations. Where
the same examination is taking place in two venues information on which students
are sitting in which hall will be displayed on this notice board.

Students who have, for medical reasons, been given prior permission to sit away
from the Main Examination Hall should contact the Assessments Team in the Student
Centre to discuss arrangements.

Please familiarise yourself with all venue locations in advance of the examinations. A
small general map is shown below:

                                                      MAP OF VENUES


                                                    1. RHB (Richard Hoggart Bdg)
                                                    2. RHB 140, Assessments Office
                                                    3. RHB Great Hall
                                                    4. Hatcham House
                                                    5. RHB 300 (Top Floor)
                                                    6. RHB 342 (Top Floor)
                                                    7. Council Chamber, DTH (Not in use 2012)
                                                    8. RHB 142 & 143, Kingsway Corridor
                                                    9. RHB 141
                                                    10. RHB Lang Studies Centre (1st Floor)
                                                    11. RB003 & ATC



                                                      Ground floor except as shown




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INABILITY TO ATTEND EXAMINATIONS
Students are required to attend all examinations or assessments they have entered
for. Should you, for any reason, be absent from an assessment you must inform the
Head of Assessments and supply appropriate documentary evidence i.e. medical
certificate etc., no later than seven days after the deadline for submission of
coursework or the date of the written examination. Retrospective medical
certificates and notes submitted seven days after the deadline or written
examination will not normally be considered and you will be noted as absent.
The Examiners will consider the evidence submitted within the seven days and
decide if it is appropriate to offer a deferred assessment.

PERFORMANCE DURING EXAMINATIONS
If you wish the Board of Examiners to know of any illness which you think may have
affected your performance, you must inform the Head of Assessments immediately,
in writing, furnish a medical certificate obtained at the time of the illness and submit
it no later than seven days after the deadline for submission of coursework or
the date of the written examination. Standard medical forms (obtainable from the
Medical Centre, 40 Goodwood Road, SE14 6BL) should be used if possible.

RETAKE OF COURSE UNITS BY UNDERGRADUATES
Students on undergraduate degrees should be aware that a penalty applies to re-sit
examinations where the result is drawn from the actual mark plus the Pass mark,
divided by 2, arriving at the mean mark.

LATE SUMMER RE-TAKES AND DEFERRED ASSESSMENTS
Students who have missed examinations or submission dates due to illness and have
submitted acceptable mitigating evidence no later than seven days after the
deadline or their absence may be offered deferred assessments. Details will be
conveyed to students by the Assessments Team in July. Students offered deferred
assessment at this time will be automatically entered for assessment. Students must
provide further medical evidence no later than seven days after the deadline or
their absence to cover the August period, if they are unfortunate enough to have
continued ill-heath or a new illness. Failure to sit or submit without submission of
further mitigation in time, will result in a student being noted as absent and they will
have used one of their three permitted attempts.

Students who fail units and cannot progress or graduate may be offered a chance of
a re-take. Retakes may only be offered where students have made a valid attempt
and will not be offered to students who absent themselves. Students who can
proceed without further attainment may apply to retake in August and will be sent
information about this with their results. Those offered retakes or resubmissions will
be given details of how to enter and the cost with their results.

The examinations for the above will commence on Tuesday 28th August and the re-
submission for all assessed coursework will be Thursday 30th August.

PLEASE NOTE: The 2012 Paralympics are taking place during this week and
this may cause travel delays. You must seek information about your route
before your journey and allow more time to ensure that you arrive on time, as
the examinations will be held according to the timetable schedule and
allowances will not be made for travelling difficulties.



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DETAILS OF SUBMISSIONS, TAKE HOME PAPERS,
DISSERTATIONS ETC.

Students are reminded that any required coursework or other assessable elements
must be submitted as instructed by the Departments. Failure to submit any required
work by the deadline is viewed in the same way as absence from examinations.
Queries on coursework etc., should be made to Departments. Students should
always consult Departmental Notice Boards for supplementary information. ALL
WORK SUBMITTED FOR ASSESSMENT MUST BE LEGIBLE AND COHERENT
AND YOU WILL ONLY BE MARKED ON WHAT CAN BE READ.


EXAMINATION MISCONDUCT
You are reminded that all work submitted as part of the requirements for any examination
of the University of London must be expressed in your own words and incorporate your
own ideas and judgements. Plagiarism - this is, the presentation of another person’s
thoughts or words as though they were your own - must be avoided, with particular care
in course-work and essays and reports written in your own time. Direct quotations from
the published or unpublished work of others must always be clearly identified as such by
being placed inside quotation marks, and a full reference to their source must be
provided in the proper form. Remember that a series of short quotations from several
different sources, if not clearly identified as such, constitutes plagiarism just as much as
a single unacknowledged long quotation from a single source. Equally, if you summarise
another person’s ideas or judgements, you must refer to that person in your text, and
include the work referred to in your bibliography. Unless specifically agreed and deemed
as a collaborative project by all parties, sharing work with other students will be regarded
as plagiarism on the part of both the recipient and the originator. Failure to observe these
rules may result in an allegation of cheating. You should therefore consult your tutor or
course director if you are in any doubt about what is permissible. Recourse to the
services of ‘ghost-writing’ agencies (for example in the preparation of essays or reports)
is strictly forbidden, and students who make use of the services of such agencies render
themselves liable for an academic penalty. Word-processing services which offer
‘correction/ improvement of English’ should not be used. You should be aware that your
work may be submitted to JISC or other available electronic tools for detection in
accordance with Definition 28 of the Examinations Regulations. IF IT IS PROVED THAT
YOU HAVE PLAGIARISED AT THE VERY LEAST YOU WILL RECEIVE A MARK OF
ZERO.

You are reminded that you may not present substantially the same material in any two
pieces of work submitted for assessment, regardless of the form of assessment. For
instance, you may not repeat substantially the same material in a formal written
examination or in a dissertation if it has already formed part of an essay submitted for
assessment. This does not prevent you from referring to the same texts, examples, or
case studies as appropriate, provided you do not merely duplicate the same material.

For fuller definitions of Regulations Governing Examination and Assessment
Offences please see Assessment Handbook 2011/12 available on the web at
http://www.gold.ac.uk/regulations/approved-by-academic-board/assessment/




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FINAL YEAR STUDENTS ONLY
RESULTS

IT IS NOT POSSIBLE FOR THE ASSESSMENTS TEAM TO GIVE RESULTS OUT
OVER THE TELEPHONE OR BY EMAIL. THIS IS COLLEGE AND UNIVERSITY
POLICY. STUDENTS SHOULD BE AWARE THAT IF THEY INTERRUPT THE
WORK BY TELEPHONING OR EMAILING, THEY WILL BE DELAYING THE
RESULTS PROCESS.

UNDERGRADUATE FINALISTS
A provisional list of degree classifications, by candidate number, will be displayed on
the notice boards outside RHB105/RHB106 by Monday 2 July 2012. In addition
results will also be displayed on the College website through student gold, your
student log-in is required to gain access to the results. Students who are in debt to
the College or the University of London will have their results withheld. A debt is any
form of outstanding payment and includes unreturned library books, outstanding
library fines and late ACF fees. Students who are recorded as in debt when the
results are released are warned that when their debt is cleared there will be a
delay before their results are released.

A full transcript of your examination results will be posted to you, if you are not in
debt, by 1 August 2012. The transcript will be posted to your home address
specified on your Assessments Confirmation Form unless you have notified the
Student Centre otherwise. If you wish to change your name or address please call in
at the Student Centre before the end of the summer term. Your Diploma will be sent
to the same address as your result transcript.

POSTGRADUATE RESULTS
Following the meeting of the Board of Examiners for the relevant programme results
will be sent out to students as soon as possible. Duplicate transcripts cannot be
provided finalists must ensure that their address is correct in October.

Students should be aware that any debt to the College or University will mean that
finalists results are withheld. A debt is any form of outstanding payment and this
includes un-returned library books, unpaid library fines and late ACF fees. Students
who are recorded in debt when the results are issued are warned that when
their debt is cleared there will be a delay before their result is released.

PRESENTATION CEREMONIES
Ceremonies for completing undergraduate students will be held in September 2012.
Invitations will be sent out by the Events and Ceremonies Team (MRC), in
March/April. Ceremonies for Masters and PGCE students will be held in January
2013. Invitations will be sent out later in the year. All invitations will be sent to the last
recorded home address registered with the Student Centre. Please note diplomas
are not handed out at the ceremonies (see below).

DIPLOMA CERTIFICATES
Diplomas are dispatched direct from the University of London (not the College) late in
the autumn for undergraduate awards and late in the spring term for postgraduate
awards. Your Diploma will be sent to the address specified on the Assessment
Confirmation Form completed in the Autumn Term unless you have notified the


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Student Centre otherwise. The name on the Diploma will appear as identified at
enrolment in your first year of College. If you wish to have the name on your Diploma
in any other form you should submit documentary evidence. If your result is held up
because of a debt there will be a considerable delay in the dispatch of the
Diploma once the debt is cleared.

Students taking Goldsmiths Postgraduate Certificates and Diploma awards will
receive their certificates in the autumn term.

AFTER GRADUATION
Sometime in the near future you will be sent a brief questionnaire asking what you
will be doing after you graduate. Whatever stage your plans will have reached it is
absolutely essential to the College that you complete and return this form. If you
have not yet finalised what you will be doing or have not even begun to make plans
your returned questionnaire - which will be treated in complete confidence - may
make it easier for the University and College Careers Service to assist you if you
decide you want their help. If you have definite plans of any sort this will provide
invaluable information for the College and for future students in your subject.

And don’t forget that the College Careers Service (23/24 Laurie Grove) is there to
help you formulate plans - for permanent, temporary or part-time jobs, voluntary work,
further study and training, travelling and ‘time out’ - and to help you to put those plans
into action.

CONTINUING UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS

The overall result for the year, that is whether you can progress to the next year of
study, will also be displayed on the College website through student gold, your
student log-in is required to gain access to the results. Students not eligible to
proceed will be informed by letter as early as possible in July 2012. However a
transcript of your results will be posted to you by 1 August 2012. The transcript will be
posted to your home address. If you wish to change your address please call in at
the Student Centre before the end of the summer term.

During the Autumn Term you will be sent a form asking you to confirm your
assessment for 2012/13. This Assessment Confirmation Form must be signed, by
both the student and the Department by the advertised date, normally in December.
Failure to do so will result in a fine of £30.

RESULTS
IT IS NOT POSSIBLE FOR THE ASSESSMENTS TEAM TO GIVE RESULTS OUT
OVER THE TELEPHONE OR BY EMAIL. THIS IS COLLEGE AND UNIVERSITY
POLICY. STUDENTS SHOULD BE AWARE THAT IF THEY INTERRUPT THE
WORK BY TELEPHONING OR EMAILING, THEY WILL BE DELAYING THE
RESULTS PROCESS.




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APPEAL AGAINST ASSESSMENTS
If students believe that they have grounds for appeal (please see the regulations
governing appeals at:
 http://www.gold.ac.uk/regulations/general-regulations/current/)
The Appeals form can be obtained from the website at:
http://www.gold.ac.uk/media/appeals.pdf
Students must appeal against their assessment within 21 days of the publication of
their results.


ACADEMIC YEAR 2012/13
The next academic year begins in the week beginning 24 September 2012.
Continuing students will be sent details of how to enrol and pay your tuition fees by
the Enrolments and Records Office.




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Code          Exam                                                               Date             Day         Start    Finish     Room

AN51001A      INTRODUCTION TO SOCIAL ANTHROPOLOGY                                  10 May 2012    Thursday     10:00      13:00   GH

AN51007B      ETHNOGRAPHY OF A SELECTED REGION (AFRICA)                            16 May 2012    Wednesday    14:30      16:30   GH

AN51010A      ETHNOGRAPHY OF LOWLAND SOUTH AMERICA                                 15 May 2012    Tuesday      10:00      12:00   RHB 300

AN52001A      METHODOLOGICAL AND PHILOSOPHICAL ISSUES                              17 May 2012    Thursday     10:00      12:00   GH

AN52004A      POLITICS, ECONOMICS AND SOCIAL CHANGE                                18 May 2012    Friday       10:00      13:00   RHB 342

AN52004B      POLITICS, ECONOMICS AND SOCIAL CHANGE                                18 May 2012    Friday       10:00      12:00   GH

CU51012A      NATION STATES                                                        28 May 2012    Monday       14:30      16:30   RHB 342

CU51014A      PEOPLE AND POWER: INTRODUCING POLITICS                               29 May 2012    Tuesday      14:30      16:30   RHB 342

CU52005A      INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS                                              28 May 2012    Monday       14:30      16:30   RHB 342

CU53002A      SPACE, PLACE AND IDENTITY: DIASPORAS IN THE MODERN WORLD             28 May 2012    Monday       14:30      16:30   RHB 342

DR51003A      ANALYTIC VOCABULARIES                                                11 May 2012    Friday       10:00      12:00   GH

DR52019A      MODERNISMS AND POSTMODERNITY A                                       01 June 2012   Friday       10:00      13:00   RHB 342

ED51007A      THE CURRICULUM: HISTORICAL AND PHILOSOPHICAL PERSPECTIVES            14 May 2012    Monday       14:30      17:30   RHB 342

ED53021A      LANGUAGE, POWER AND IDENTITY                                         14 May 2012    Monday       14:30      17:30   RHB 342
              POETRY FROM THE 16TH CENT.TO THE PRESENT DAY & 16TH & 17TH CENT.
EN50004B/6A   LIT/RESTORATION & 18TH CENT LIT                                      30 May 2012    Wednesday    14:30      16:30   RHB 342

EN50007A/8A   19TH CENTURY LITERATURE/20TH CENTURY LITERATURE                      01 June 2012   Friday       14:30      16:30   RHB 342

EN51001A      EXPLORATIONS IN LITERATURE                                           08 May 2012    Tuesday      14:30      17:30   GH

EN51005B      INTRODUCTION TO AMERICAN LITERATURE AND CULTURE                      17 May 2012    Thursday     10:00      12:00   GH

EN51007B      ENGAGING POETRY                                                      14 May 2012    Monday       10:00      13:00   RHB 300

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Code       Exam                                                              Date             Day         Start    Finish     Room
EN51009A
Resit      INTRODUCTION TO POETRY                                               14 May 2012   Monday       10:00      12:00   GH

EN51009B   INTRODUCTION TO POETRY                                               14 May 2012   Monday       10:00      12:00   GH

EN52203A   THE VICTORIANS                                                       15 May 2012   Tuesday      14:30      17:30   RHB 143

EN52211A   SHAKESPEARE                                                          17 May 2012   Thursday     10:00      13:00   RHB 300

EN52211B   SHAKESPEARE                                                          17 May 2012   Thursday     10:00      13:00   RHB 300

EN52219A   STUDIES IN LITERATURE AND POLITICS                                   08 May 2012   Tuesday      14:30      17:30   GH

EN52225A   RESTORATION AND 18TH CENTURY LITERATURE                              11 May 2012   Friday       14:30      16:30   GH

EN52226A   SENSIBILITY AND ROMANTICISM                                          09 May 2012   Wednesday    10:00      13:00   GH

EN52227A   LITERATURE OF THE ENGLISH RENAISSANCE                                21 May 2012   Monday       10:00      13:00   RHB 300

EN52227B   LITERATURE OF THE ENGLISH RENAISSANCE                                21 May 2012   Monday       10:00      13:00   RHB 300

EN52238B   INVENTING THE NATION: AMERICAN LITERATURE IN THE MID-19 CENTURY      10 May 2012   Thursday     14:30      16:30   RHB 300

EN52247A   STUDIES IN COMPARATIVE LITERATURE                                    11 May 2012   Friday       14:30      16:30   GH

EN52248A   POST-VICTORIAN ENGLISH LITERATURE                                    14 May 2012   Monday       10:00      13:00   RHB 342

EN52273C   DRAMA AND TRANSGRESSION                                              09 May 2012   Wednesday    10:00      13:00   GH

EN71029A   STUDIES IN LITERATURE 1900 - 30.                                     08 May 2012   Tuesday      14:30      17:30   GH

HT51014A   THE MAKING OF MEDIEVAL EUROPE                                        08 May 2012   Tuesday      10:00      12:00   RHB 300

HT51016A   THE SHAPING OF THE MODERN WORLD                                      14 May 2012   Monday       10:00      12:00   GH

HT51019A   RELIGION, PEACE AND CONFLICT                                         16 May 2012   Wednesday    10:00      12:00   GH

HT51020A   DICTATORS, WAR AND REVOLUTION                                        14 May 2012   Monday       10:00      12:00   GH

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Code       Exam                                                              Date             Day         Start    Finish     Room

HT51022B   IDENTITY, POWER, SOCIETY                                             08 May 2012   Tuesday      10:00      12:00   RHB 300

HT51023A   IDEAS AND IDENTITIES                                                 17 May 2012   Thursday     10:00      12:00   GH

HT52031A   LIVED HISTORIES: BRITAIN IN 19TH AND 20TH CENTURY                    09 May 2012   Wednesday    10:00      13:00   GH

HT52059A   ITALY SINCE 1870                                                     10 May 2012   Thursday     10:00      13:00   GH

HT52061A   THE CRUSADES, 1095 - 1400                                            09 May 2012   Wednesday    10:00      13:00   GH

HT52077A   BRITAIN THROUGH THE LENS                                             18 May 2012   Friday       10:00      13:00   RHB 342
           OF REVELATION AND REVOLUTION: A SOCIAL AND POLITICAL HISTORY OF
HT52083A   20TH CENTURY SOUTH AFRICA                                            21 May 2012   Monday       10:00      12:00   GH

HT52097A   GERMANY SINCE 1870: NATIONALISM VERSUS DEMOCRACY                     15 May 2012   Tuesday      10:00      13:00   RHB 143

HT53019A   WEIMAR GERMANY: CULTURE AND SOCIETY 1918-33 (EXA)                    18 May 2012   Friday       14:30      17:30   RHB 143

HT53059A   ITALY SINCE 1870                                                     10 May 2012   Thursday     10:00      13:00   GH

HT53061A   THE CRUSADES, 1095 - 1400                                            09 May 2012   Wednesday    10:00      13:00   GH

HT53077A   BRITAIN THROUGH THE LENS                                             18 May 2012   Friday       10:00      13:00   RHB 342
           OF REVELATION AND REVOLUTION: A SOCIAL AND POLITICAL HISTORY OF
HT53083A   20TH CENTURY SOUTH AFRICA                                            21 May 2012   Monday       10:00      12:00   GH

HT53097A   GERMANY SINCE 1870: NATIONALISM VERSUS DEMOCRACY                     15 May 2012   Tuesday      10:00      13:00   RHB 142

HT53105A   GANDHI AND GANDHISM, 1869-1948 (EXA)                                 18 May 2012   Friday       14:30      17:30   RHB 143
           PUTTING OFF THE PAUPER, PUTTING ON THE MAN: POVERTY, DRESS AND
HT53107A   IDENTITY IN INDUSTRIAL ENGLAND (EXA)                                 18 May 2012   Friday       14:30      17:30   RHB 143
           LIFE IN THE TRENCHES: PERSPECTIVES ON BRITISH MILITARY HISTORY
HT53120A   1914-18 (EXA)                                                        18 May 2012   Friday       14:30      16:30   RHB 300

IC52006A   BANKING AND FINANCE IN ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT                          02 May 2012   Wednesday    10:00      13:00   SOAS

IC52012A   CHINESE 1                                                            18 May 2012   Friday       14:30      17:30   SOAS

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Code       Exam                                                              Date               Day         Start    Finish     Room

IC52227A   THE COLD WAR: A GLOBAL HISTORY                                        21 May 2012    Monday       10:00      13:00   BBK

IC52229A   A HUNDRED YEARS OF THE RUSSIAN REVOLUTION                             24 May 2012    Thursday     10:00      13:00   BBK

IC52231A   THE HISTORY OF AUSTRALIA                                              14 May 2012    Monday       14:30      17:30   KCL

IC52232A   SOCIAL HISTORY OF LATIN AMERICA SINCE 1890                            14 May 2012    Monday       14:30      17:30   UCL

IC52233A   CRIME & POPULAR DISORDER IN GEORGIAN ENGLAND                          14 May 2012    Monday       14:30      17:30   UCL

IC52234A   AMERICAN HISTORY IN HOLLYWOOD FILM                                    14 May 2012    Monday       14:30      17:30   UCL
           MAYAS, AZTECS, INCAS, SPANIARDS: THE NATIVE PEOPLES OF THE
IC52236A   AMERICAS & THE SPANISH CONQUEST                                       14 May 2012    Monday       14:30      17:30   KCL

IC52237A   THE SOVIET UNION AND RUSSIA                                           14 May 2012    Monday       14:30      17:30   KCL

IC52239A   THE FALL AND RISE OF THE POLISH NATION 1648-1921                      14 May 2012    Monday       14:30      17:30   UCL
           THE ISLAMIC REVIVAL: FROM 18TH C REFORM TO 20TH C POLITICAL
IC52241A   ACTION                                                                14 May 2012    Monday       14:30      17:30   RHB 342

IC52243A   THE RISE AND FALL OF YUGOSLAVIA                                       14 May 2012    Monday       10:00      13:00   UCL

IC52246A   ROMAN BRITAIN                                                         23 May 2012    Wednesday    10:00      13:00   KCL

IC52247A   POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY                                                  30 May 2012    Wednesday    10:00      12:00   KCL

IC52248A   MODERN PHILOSOPHY                                                     28 May 2012    Monday       14:30      16:30   KCL

IC52250A   PHILOSOPHY OF ECONOMICS                                               11 June 2012   Monday       14:30      17:30   LSE

IC53047A   GREAT BRITAIN AND THE AMERICAN COLONIES, 1760 - 1776 (EXA)            18 May 2012    Friday       14:30      17:30   UCL

IC53053A   BRITISH IMPERIAL POLICY AND DECOLONISATION, 1938 - 1964 (EXA)         18 May 2012    Friday       14:30      17:30   KCL

IC53118A   WOMEN AND GENDER IN EARLY MODERN ENGLAND (EXA)                        18 May 2012    Friday       14:30      17:30   KCL

IC53130A   MODERNITY AND MODERNISM (EXA)                                         18 May 2012    Friday       14:30      17:30   UCL

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                                                   Examination Timetable 2012

Code       Exam                                                             Date                Day        Start    Finish     Room
           COLOMBIA: FROM REVOLUTION FOR INDEPENDENCE TO DRUG
IC53131A   TERRORISTS (EXA)                                                     18 May 2012     Friday      14:30      17:30   UCL

IC53134A   ALEXANDER THE GREAT (EXA)                                            18 May 2012     Friday      14:30      17:30   KCL
           ANTHROPOLOGY OF AFRICAN AND ASIAN COMMUNITIES IN BRITISH
IC53141A   SOCIETY                                                              17 May 2012     Thursday    14:30      16:30   SOAS
           URBAN CULTURE AND MODERNITY: VIENNA, PRAGUE AND BUDAPEST 1857-
IC53145A   1938 (EXA)                                                           18 May 2012     Friday      14:30      17:30   UCL

IC53148A   LIVING THE EMPIRE: COLONY AND METROPOLE (EXA)                        18 May 2012     Friday      14:30      17:30   UCL

IC53170A   GOVERNMENT AND POLITICS IN THE MIDDLE EAST                           11 May 2012     Friday      10:00      13:00   SOAS

IC53176A   MASS CULTURE IN AN AGE OF REVOLUTION, RUSSIA 1900-34 (EXA)           27 April 2012   Friday      10:00      13:00   SSEES

IC53185A   BRITAIN'S THATCHER (EXA)                                             18 May 2012     Friday      14:30      17:30   KCL
           MONARCHS AND THE ENLIGHTENMENT IN RUSSIA AND CENTRAL EUROPE
IC53186A   (EXA)                                                                18 May 2012     Friday      14:30      17:30   SSEES

IC53205A   BERLIN: EUROPEAN METROPOLIS FROM KAISER TO KOHL (EXA)                18 May 2012     Friday      14:30      17:30   RHB 143

IC53219A   MANDARIN LEVEL 3                                                     30 April 2012   Monday      10:00      12:00   UCL

IC53240A   ABRAHAM LINCOLN AND THE CRISIS OF THE UNION 1854-65 (EXA)            18 May 2012     Friday      14:30      17:30   UCL
                                                                                                                               ARA
                                                                                                                               Students
IC53241A   MIGRATION, IDENTITY AND CITIZENSHIP IN MODERN BRITAIN (EXA)          18 May 2012     Friday      14:30      17:30   only

IC53242A   CARIBBEAN INTELLECTUAL HISTORY C. 1800 TO THE PRESENT (EXA)          18 May 2012     Friday      14:30      17:30   KCL

IC53247A   THE ENLIGHTENMENT (EXA)                                              18 May 2012     Friday      14:30      17:30   KCL

IC53249A   MECHANISMS OF POWER: RUNNING THE ROMAN EMPIRE (EXA)                  18 May 2012     Friday      14:30      17:30   UCL

IC53251A   ADVANCED THEORY OF SOCIAL ANTHROPOLOGY                               14 May 2012     Monday      14:30      17:30   LSE

IC53252A   PRIMATE BEHAVIOUR AND ECOLOGY                                        14 May 2012     Monday      10:00      12:30   UCL


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                                                  Examination Timetable 2012

Code         Exam                                                          Date               Day         Start    Finish     Room

IC53253A     HIGHER FURTHER SPANISH                                            01 May 2012    Tuesday      10:00      13:00   QMUL

IC53254A     COGNITION AND ANTHROPOLOGY                                        07 June 2012   Thursday     14:30      16:30   LSE

IC53255A     INTERMEDIATE TURKISH                                              22 May 2012    Tuesday      10:00      13:00   SOAS

IC71097A     VIOLENCE JUSTICE AND POLITICS OF MEMORY                           11 May 2012    Friday       10:00      12:00   SOAS

IS50001B     FOUNDATIONS OF PROBLEM SOLVING AND PROGRAMMING                    17 May 2012    Thursday     10:00      13:00   RHB 300

IS50002A     FOUNDATION MATHEMATICS FOR COMPUTING                              10 May 2012    Thursday     10:00      13:00   GH

IS50004A     STUDY SKILLS AND INTRODUCTION TO THE USE OF COMPUTERS             14 May 2012    Monday       14:30      16:00   GH
IS50004A -
resit        STUDY SKILLS AND INTRODUCTION TO THE USE OF COMPUTERS             14 May 2012    Monday       14:30      16:45   RHB 142

IS51002B     MATHEMATICS FOR COMPUTING                                         08 May 2012    Tuesday      10:00      13:00   RHB 342

IS51002C     MATHEMATICAL MODELLING FOR PROBLEM SOLVING                        15 May 2012    Tuesday      14:30      16:00   GH

IS51008B     INTRODUCTION TO PROGRAMMING                                       11 May 2012    Friday       14:30      17:30   RHB 300

IS51009B     DATA REPRESENTATION AND ARCHITECTURE MODELLING                    14 May 2012    Monday       14:30      16:00   GH

IS51010A     INFORMATION SYSTEMS: FOUNDATIONS OF E-BUSINESS                    08 May 2012    Tuesday      10:00      13:00   RHB 342

IS51012C     AUDIO-VISUAL INFORMATION SYSTEMS                                  09 May 2012    Wednesday    10:00      11:30   RHB 300

IS51015A     COMPUTER SCIENCE                                                  15 May 2012    Tuesday      10:00      11:30   RHB 342

IS51016A     AUDIO-VISUAL COMPUTING                                            09 May 2012    Wednesday    10:00      11:30   RHB 300

IS51017A     CREATIVE AUDIO-VISUAL COMPUTING                                   09 May 2012    Wednesday    10:00      11:30   RHB 300

IS52013A     GRAPHICAL OBJECT ORIENTED PROGRAMMING AND WEBSITE DESIGN          08 May 2012    Tuesday      10:00      13:00   RHB 342
             PROGRAMMING WITH OBJECT ORIENTATED DATA STRUCTURES AND
IS52014C     ALGORITHMS                                                        11 May 2012    Friday       14:30      16:00   RHB342A

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                                                    Examination Timetable 2012

Code         Exam                                                            Date              Day         Start    Finish     Room

IS52016A     DATA COMMUNICATIONS AND ENTERPRISE NETWORKS                         10 May 2012   Thursday     14:30      17:30   RHB 342

IS52017A     DATA COMMUNICATIONS AND ALGORITHMS                                  10 May 2012   Thursday     14:30      17:30   RHB 342

IS52017B     ALGORITHMS AND COMPLEXITY THEORY                                    14 May 2012   Monday       14:30      16:45   RHB 142
             SOFTWARE PROJECTS: SOFTWARE ENGINEERING AND RESEARCH
IS52018B     METHODS                                                             09 May 2012   Wednesday    10:00      11:30   RHB 300

IS52020A     CREATIVE COMPUTING 2                                                17 May 2012   Thursday     14:30      17:30   RHB 143

IS52020B     PERCEPTION AND MULTIMEDIA COMPUTING                                 16 May 2012   Wednesday    14:30      17:30   RHB 342

IS52021A     DATABASE SYSTEMS                                                    14 May 2012   Monday       10:00      13:00   RHB 342

IS52025A     INTERNET AND DISTRIBUTED PROGRAMMING                                17 May 2012   Thursday     14:30      16:45   RHB 142

IS52027A     DATABASES, NETWORKS AND THE WEB                                     08 May 2012   Tuesday      10:00      13:00   RHB 342

IS52028A     PRINCIPLES AND APPLICATIONS OF PROGRAMMING                          11 May 2012   Friday       14:30      17:30   RHB 342

IS52028B     PRINCIPLES AND APPLICATIONS OF PROGRAMMING                          11 May 2012   Friday       14:30      16:00   RHB342A

LS50001A/1   ACADEMIC READING AND WRITING                                        09 May 2012   Wednesday    10:00      11:30   RHB 342

LS50001A/2   ACADEMIC READING AND WRITING                                        11 May 2012   Friday       10:00      11:30   RHB 342

LS50002A/1   ACADEMIC LISTENING AND SPEAKING                                     10 May 2012   Thursday     10:00       11:00 RHB 342
                                                                                                             Please see Department for
LS50002A/2   ACADEMIC LISTENING AND SPEAKING                                     17 May 2012   Thursday           individual times

LS52001A/1   ADVANCED ENGLISH FOR ACADEMIC PURPOSES                              09 May 2012   Wednesday    10:00      12:00   RHB 142

LS52001A/2   ADVANCED ENGLISH FOR ACADEMIC PURPOSES                              10 May 2012   Thursday     10:00      11:30   RHB 142

LS52001A/3   ADVANCED ENGLISH FOR ACADEMIC PURPOSES                              15 May 2012   Tuesday      14:30       16:00 RHB 342
                                                                                                             Please see Department for
LS52001A/4   ADVANCED ENGLISH FOR ACADEMIC PURPOSES                              17 May 2012   Thursday           individual times

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                                                   Examination Timetable 2012

Code         Exam                                                           Date               Day         Start     Finish     Room

LS61002A/1   ACADEMIC WRITING AND GRAMMAR DEVELOPMENT                           09 May 2012    Wednesday     10:00      12:00   RHB 142

LS61002A/2   ACADEMIC WRITING AND GRAMMAR DEVELOPMENT                           10 May 2012    Thursday      10:00      11:30   RHB 142

LS61003A/1   ACADEMIC LISTENING AND SPEAKING                                    15 May 2012    Tuesday       14:30       16:00 RHB 342
                                                                                                              Please see Department for
LS61003A/2   ACADEMIC LISTENING AND SPEAKING                                    17 May 2012    Thursday            individual times

LS71001A/1   ENGLISH FOR ACADEMIC PURPOSES                                      09 May 2012    Wednesday     10:00      11:30   RHB 342

LS71001A/2   ENGLISH FOR ACADEMIC PURPOSES                                      11 May 2012    Friday        10:00      11:30   RHB 342

LS71001A/3   ENGLISH FOR ACADEMIC PURPOSES                                      10 May 2012    Thursday      10:00       11:00 RHB 342
                                                                                                              Please see Department for
LS71001A/4   ENGLISH FOR ACADEMIC PURPOSES                                      17 May 2012    Thursday            individual times

MC50004B     MEDIA THEORY                                                       01 June 2012   Friday        10:00      13:00   RHB 342

MC51005A     CULTURE AND CULTURAL STUDIES                                       11 May 2012    Friday        10:00      12:00   GH

MC52005B     CULTURE, SOCIETY AND THE INDIVIDUAL                                09 May 2012    Wednesday     14:30      16:30   GH

MU51022A     TONAL HARMONY AND FORM                                             09 May 2012    Wednesday     14:30      16:30   GH

MU51023A     WESTERN ART MUSIC: REPERTORY AND DEVELOPMENT                       08 May 2012    Tuesday       14:30      17:30   GH

PO51002A     INTRODUCTION TO BRITISH GOVERNMENT                                 08 May 2012 Tuesday          10:00      12:00   RHB 300
                                                                                    08 May
PO51004A     INTRODUCTION TO POLITICAL THEORY                                         2012 Tuesday         10:00      12:00   RHB 300

PO51009B     UK AND EUROPEAN COMPARATIVE GOVERNANCE AND POLITICS                10 May 2012    Thursday      14:30      16:30   GH

PO51010B     WORLD POLITICS                                                     11 May 2012    Friday        14:30      16:30   GH

PO51011B     POLITICAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC POLICY                                09 May 2012    Wednesday     14:30      16:30   RHB 300

PO51012A     IDEAS, IDEOLOGIES AND CONFLICTS                                    08 May 2012    Tuesday       10:00      12:00   RHB 300

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                                                    Examination Timetable 2012

Code       Exam                                                              Date              Day         Start    Finish     Room

PO51012B   IDEAS, IDEOLOGIES AND CONFLICTS                                       08 May 2012   Tuesday      10:00      12:00   RHB 300

PO51013B   POLITICS OF OTHER CULTURES                                            09 May 2012   Wednesday    14:30      16:30   RHB 300

PO52001A   PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION                                                 08 May 2012   Tuesday      10:00      12:00   RHB 300

PO52002A   MODERN POLITICAL THEORY                                               08 May 2012   Tuesday      14:30      16:30   RHB 300

PO52002B   MODERN POLITICAL THEORY                                               08 May 2012   Tuesday      14:30      16:30   RHB 300

PO52004A   COMPARATIVE EUROPEAN POLITICS                                         18 May 2012   Friday       14:30      16:30   RHB 300

PO52007A   POLITICAL ECONOMY                                                     09 May 2012   Wednesday    14:30      16:30   RHB 300

PO52010A   THEMES AND ISSUES IN BRITISH POLITICS SINCE 1945                      15 May 2012   Tuesday      14:30      16:30   RHB 300

PO52012A   CONTEMPORARY INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS: THEORY AND PRACTICE             08 May 2012   Tuesday      10:00      12:00   RHB 300

PO52013A   CHINESE POLITICS                                                      16 May 2012   Wednesday    10:00      12:00   GH

PO52014A   AFRICA IN THE GLOBAL POLITICAL ECONOMY                                08 May 2012   Tuesday      10:00      12:00   RHB 300

PO52016A   AN(OTHER) JAPAN: POLITICS AND POPULAR CULTURE                         17 May 2012   Thursday     10:00      12:00   GH

PO52016B   AN(OTHER) JAPAN: POLITICS AND POPULAR CULTURE                         17 May 2012   Thursday     10:00      12:00   GH

PO53007A   THE POLITICAL ECONOMY OF THE EUROPEAN UNION                           14 May 2012   Monday       10:00      12:00   GH

PO53008B   CULTURE, GLOBALISATION AND POWER                                      09 May 2012   Wednesday    10:00      12:00   RHB 143

PO53010A   NEW RADICAL ECONOMY                                                   15 May 2012   Tuesday      10:00      12:00   RHB 300

PO53017A   PUBLIC POLICY ANALYSIS                                                11 May 2012   Friday       14:30      16:30   GH

PO53023A   PARTY SYSTEMS AND ELECTORAL SYSTEMS                                   16 May 2012   Wednesday    10:00      12:00   GH

PO53030A   TH EPOLITICS AND ECONOMICS OF IMMIGRATION                             09 May 2012   Wednesday    10:00      12:00   RHB 143

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                                                  Examination Timetable 2012

Code       Exam                                                             Date             Day         Start    Finish     Room
           THE EUROPEAN UNION AND IMMIGRATION: THE CONTOURS, POLITICS AND
PO53033A   ECONOMICS OF A NEW POLICY DOMAIN                                    09 May 2012   Wednesday    10:00      12:00   RHB 143

PS51005A   THE PSYCHOLOGY OF THE PERSON                                        10 May 2012   Thursday     14:30      16:30   GH

PS51006A   BIOLOGICAL AND COMPARATIVE APPROACHES TO PSYCHOLOGY                 15 May 2012   Tuesday      10:00      12:00   GH

PS51007A   INFORMATION PROCESSING AND COGNITION                                17 May 2012   Thursday     14:30      16:30   GH

PS51007B   INFORMATION PROCESSING AND COGNITION                                17 May 2012   Thursday     14:30      16:30   GH

PS51008B   DESIGN AND ANALYSIS OF PSYCHOLOGICAL INVESTIGATIONS                 08 May 2012   Tuesday      10:00      13:00   GH

PS51014A   CAREER DEVELOPMENT AND EMPLOYABILITY IN PSYCHOLOGY                  23 May 2012   Wednesday    10:00      12:00   GH

PS52001A   BIOLOGICAL SUBSTRATES OF BEHAVIOUR                                  15 May 2012   Tuesday      10:00      12:00   GH
PS52002A
Resit      PERSONALITY AND PSYCHOPATHOLOGY                                     23 May 2012   Wednesday    14:30      16:30   GH

PS52002B   PERSONALITY AND INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES                              23 May 2012   Wednesday    14:30      16:30   GH

PS52003A   SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY 1                                                 21 May 2012   Monday       10:00      12:00   GH

PS52004A   THE PSYCHOLOGY OF LIFE-SPAN DEVELOPMENT                             08 May 2012   Tuesday      14:30      16:30   RHB 300

PS52004B   DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY                                            18 May 2012   Friday       10:00      12:00   GH
                                                                                                                             ARA
                                                                                                                             Students
PS52005A   DESIGN/ANALYSIS OF PSYCHOLOGICAL EXPERIMENTS 2                      25 May 2012   Friday       10:00      12:00   only

PS52005B   DESIGN AND ANALYSIS OF PSYCHOLOGICAL STUDIES                        25 May 2012   Friday       10:00      12:00   GH

PS52006A   COGNITIVE PSYCHOLOGY                                                11 May 2012   Friday       10:00      12:00   RHB 300

PS53002C   DEVELOPMENTAL COGNITIVE NEUROSCIENCE                                18 May 2012   Friday       10:00      12:00   GH

PS53002D   DEVELOPMENTAL COGNITIVE NEUROSCIENCE                                18 May 2012   Friday       10:00      12:00   GH


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                                                 Examination Timetable 2012

Code       Exam                                                           Date               Day         Start    Finish     Room

PS53008A   PSYCHOPATHOLOGY                                                    16 May 2012    Wednesday    10:00      12:00   GH
                                                                                                                             ARA
                                                                                                                             Students
PS53010A   PSYCHOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF SOCIAL PROBLEMS/ISSUES                    08 May 2012    Tuesday      14:30      16:30   only
                                                                                                                             ARA
                                                                                                                             Students
PS53019B   ATTENTION, PERCEPTION, AWARENESS AND ACTION                        10 May 2012    Thursday     14:30      16:30   only

PS53019C   APPLICATIONS OF ATTENTION RESEARCH                                 10 May 2012    Thursday     14:30      16:30   RHB 300

PS53020B   ANOMALISTIC PSYCHOLOGY                                             30 May 2012    Wednesday    14:30      16:30   RHB 342

PS53020C   ANOMALISTIC PSYCHOLOGY                                             30 May 2012    Wednesday    14:30      16:30   RHB 342

PS53021B   ORGANISATIONAL BEHAVIOUR AND HEALTH                                21 May 2012    Monday       10:00      12:00   GH

PS53024A   TOPICS IN NEUROPSYCHOLOGY                                          17 May 2012    Thursday     10:00      12:00   GH

PS53030A   PSYCHOLOGY AND LAW                                                 28 May 2012    Monday       10:00      12:00   RHB 342

PS53030B   PSYCHOLOGY AND LAW                                                 28 May 2012    Monday       10:00      12:00   RHB 342

PS53031A   NEURODEVELOPMENTAL DISORDERS                                       01 June 2012   Friday       14:30      16:30   RHB 342

PS53032A   BEHAVIOURAL GENETICS                                               11 May 2012    Friday       14:30      16:30   GH

PS53032B   BEHAVIOURAL GENETICS                                               11 May 2012    Friday       14:30      16:30   GH
           ORIGINS OF HUMAN NATURE: COMPARATIVE AND EVOLUTIONARY
PS53033A   APPROACHES                                                         14 May 2012    Monday       14:30      16:30   RHB 300

PS53035A   HUMAN RELATIONSHIPS IN LIFESPAN PERSPECTIVE                        10 May 2012    Thursday     14:30      16:30   RHB 300

PS53036A   PSYCHOLOGICAL APPROACHES TO MUSIC                                  10 May 2012    Thursday     14:30      16:30   GH

PS53036B   PSYCHOLOGICAL APPROACHES TO MUSIC                                  10 May 2012    Thursday     14:30      16:30   GH

PS53038A   SELF AND RELATIONSHIPS                                             25 May 2012    Friday       14:30      16:30   RHB 342

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                                                     Examination Timetable 2012

Code         Exam                                                             Date              Day         Start    Finish     Room

PS53039A     PSYCHOLOGY AND EDUCATION                                             23 May 2012   Wednesday    10:00      12:00   GH
             FUNDAMENTALS OF RATIONAL-EMOTIVE AND COGNITIVE BEHAVIOUR
PS71010B     THERAPY                                                              29 May 2012   Tuesday      14:30      17:30   RHB342A
                                                                                                                                ARA
                                                                                                                                Students
PS71015A     ADVANCED STATISTICS                                                  08 May 2012   Tuesday      14:30      15:30   only

PS71016A     RESEARCH DESIGN AND ANALYSIS                                         09 May 2012   Wednesday    14:30      15:30   RHB 142

PS71020B     STATISTICAL METHODS                                                  08 May 2012   Tuesday      14:30      16:30   RHB 300
PS71020B -
resit        STATISTICAL METHODS                                                  08 May 2012   Tuesday      14:30      17:30   GH

PS71038A     WRITTEN PAPER 1 (MSC OCCUPATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY)                        14 May 2012   Monday       14:30      16:30   RHB 300

PS71039A     WRITTEN PAPER 3 (MSC OCCUPATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY)                        11 May 2012   Friday       14:30      16:30   GH

PS71040A     BIOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF BRAIN FUNCTIONS                                15 May 2012   Tuesday      14:30      16:30   RHB 300

PS71041A     METHODS AND TECHNIQUES OF NEUROSCIENCE                               11 May 2012   Friday       14:30      16:30   GH

PS71041B     METHODS AND TECHNIQUES OF NEUROSCIENCE                               11 May 2012   Friday       14:30      16:30   GH

PS71042B     STATISTICS                                                           08 May 2012   Tuesday      14:30      16:00   RHB 342

PS71043B     CLINICAL AND COGNITIVE NEUROPSYCHOLOGY                               21 May 2012   Monday       10:00      12:00   GH

PS71044B     DEVELOPMENTAL COGNITIVE NEUROPSYCHOLOGY                              17 May 2012   Thursday     10:00      12:00   GH

PS71048A     CONTEMPORARY ISSUES IN MENTAL HEALTH                                 14 May 2012   Monday       14:30      16:00   GH

PS71049A     STATISTICS AND EXPERIMENTAL DESIGN                                   08 May 2012   Tuesday      14:30      16:00   RHB 342

PS71050A     CLINICAL RESEARCH DESIGN AND ANALYSIS                                09 May 2012   Wednesday    14:30      16:30   GH

PS71054A     RESEARCH AND DESIGN ANALYSIS (RM)                                    11 May 2012   Friday       10:00      11:00   RHB 143


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                                                   Examination Timetable 2012

Code         Exam                                                            Date               Day         Start    Finish     Room

PS74001C     MUSIC PERCEPTION                                                   17 May 2012     Thursday     10:00      12:00   GH

PS74005C/1   FOUNDATIONS OF NEUROSCIENCE: BIOLOGICAL ASPECTS                    15 May 2012     Tuesday      14:30      15:30   RHB 142

PS74005C/2   FOUNDATIONS OF NEUROSCIENCE: METHODS AND TECHNIQUES                11 May 2012     Friday       10:00      11:00   RHB 142

PS74007C     STATISTICS AND EXPERIMENTAL DESIGN                                 08 May 2012     Tuesday      14:30      16:30   RHB 300

SO51002A     CRITICAL READINGS:THE EMERGENCE OF A SOCIOLOGICAL IMAGINATION      08 May 2012     Tuesday      10:00      13:00   GH

SO51003A     MODERN KNOWLEDGE, MODERN POWER                                     09 May 2012     Wednesday    10:00      13:00   GH

SO51004A     CULTURE AND SOCIETY                                                21 May 2012     Monday       10:00      13:00   RHB 300

SO52001A     CENTRAL ISSUES IN SOCIOLOGICAL ANALYSIS                            16 May 2012     Wednesday    14:30      16:30   GH

SO52002A     THE MAKING OF THE MODERN WORLD                                     14 May 2012     Monday       10:00      12:00   GH

SO52003A     PHILOSOPHY AND METHODOLOGY OF SOCIAL SCIENCE                       18 May 2012     Friday       14:30      16:30   RHB 300

SO52004B     SOCIOLOGY OF CULTURE AND COMMUNICATION                             22 May 2012     Tuesday      14:30      16:30   RHB 300

SO53021A     THEORISING CONTEMPORARY SOCIETY                                    10 May 2012     Thursday     14:30      16:30   RHB 300

SO53023A     CONTEMPORARY SOCIAL THEORY AND SOCIETY                             10 May 2012     Thursday     14:30      17:30   RHB 342
                                                                                                                                Hatcham
                                                                                                                                House
SO71102A     DIGITAL SOCIAL RESEARCH METHODS                                    04 April 2012   Wednesday    10:00      13:00   Lab 2

SW51022A     INTRODUCTION TO SOCIAL SCIENCES                                    16 May 2012     Wednesday    14:30      17:30   RHB 342




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