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Student Guide

The Academic Registry is responsible for the efficient and effective running of all examinations in the University

Student Guidelines

Students are required to familiarise themselves with and adhere to the guidelines for students at examinations and to follow all instructions given by invigilators.

My exam number

Your exam number is available at Students should log on to their own personal portal page, select My Exams and then select My Exam Number. Students should retrieve their exam number prior to attending their examination.

My exam venue



1A Goldsmith Hall, Room 1A
2A Goldsmith Hall, Room 2A
AB, RM various numbers Arts Building
BIOLAB 1 Panoz Institute
DRAWING OFFICE Museum Building
EE.PC LAB 1/2/3 Panoz Institute
EXAM HALL Examination Hall
GENETICS Smurfit Institute
GEOLOGY Museum Building
GMB Graduates Memorial Building
GOLDHALL Goldsmith Hall

Hamilton Building

ICT LAB 2 Computer Science PC Lab
M17 Museum Building

RDS, Ballsbridge Please reference maps on page 10 and 11 of the RDS Access Guide. TCD exams take place in Hall 1 and 2. Car access is via the Anglesea Road gate.


Sports Centre


TRINITY CENTRAL these rooms are prefixed with TCL e.g. TCL2. It is the entrance next to Tesco Express

Reasonable accommodations

Students who require reasonable accommodations at examinations should consult with the Disability Service Office.

Students permitted to take assessment while off books

Students with permission to go off books for an academic year and to be assessed in that year are advised to consult with their School, Department or Course Office to confirm their assessment requirements while off-books.

The examination fee of €382 should be paid via your student portal, in advance of the assessment session. If a student has any queries regarding their payment of this examination fee they should contact the Academic Registry.

Use of calculators, dictionaries and other reference materials in examinations

The make and model number of any calculator used in an examination must be recorded by the candidate on each answer booklet. Other electronic devices, including programmable calculators, mobile telephones, are not permitted in any examination venue.

The use of dictionaries is not permitted.

During an examination, candidates will be permitted to use only such reference materials as have been issued or authorised by the examiners.

My results

Examination results are published on the portal and managed by your school/course office.

Results for visiting students are available from International Admissions and Study Abroad team.