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Examinations Services

Contact the Examinations Team at your campus if:

  • any of your details on your Statement of Entry are missing or not correct;
  • you have not received or have lost your Statement of Entry;
  • you have not received or have lost your CCEA PIN to access A level results;
  • you have not received your result(s) or certificate(s); and/or
  • after you receive your results, you require a re-mark, access to your exam script(s) or a resit. 

Who to contact
 Titanic Quarter Campus

Millfield Campus

Castlereagh Campus

E3/Springvale Campus
 
Stephen Gillespie 
sgillespie[AT]belfastmet[DOT]ac[DOT]uk

Tel: 028 90 265190

 
Tel: 028 90 265487
 
Fiona Adair
fadair[AT]belfastmet[DOT]ac[DOT]uk

Tel: 028 90 263130
 
Tel: 028 90 265190

Contact your Campus Administration Office if any of your personal details change (e.g. name, address or contact details). This will help ensure that your exams documents will contain the correct information, e.g. certificates. 



Access Arrangements

You may be entitled to additional support for your Examinations if you have a confirmed disability, learning difficulty or long term medical condition, e.g. extra time, a reader or a scribe. The Examinations Team will put the necessary arrangements in place.

If you require any access arrangements you must follow the steps below.

Step 1:

Complete a Learning Support Referral Form (LS1) when you enrol at Belfast Met or contact the Centre for Inclusive Learning and Development Services at your campus.

 
Centre for Inclusive Learning and Development (CILD) Services

Email: cild[AT]belfastmet[DOT]ac[DOT]uk       Tel: 02890 265 097



Make sure you do this as early as possible. You must complete a LS1 Form at the start of each academic year that you are enrolled on a course.

Step 2:

After you have met with Inclusive Learning and received a letter about your Access Arrangements recommendations, contact the Examinations Team at your campus to discuss your exam arrangements.



Special Consideration

You may be entitled to Special Consideration after an exam if you had a temporary injury, illness or some other event outside of your control at the time of the exam which may have affected your performance.

If you think you might require Special Consideration contact the Examinations Team at your campus within 48 hours of the relevant exam.



Further Information

You may also wish to read the ‘Information for Candidates’ documents for your relevant Awarding Body at:

www.jcq.org.uk/exams-office/information-for-candidates-documents