Exams timetable for Sydney Term 2, 2019

Exams timetable for Sydney Term 2, 2019

Monday 10/6/2019

Unit code Unit nameLecturerTypeStartDurationRoom Extra equipment

MGNT604

Managing Data

Vik Kortian

open book

9:00

3hrs + 10min

165/167

calculator*

MGSM913

Big Data and Managerial Decisions

Nejhdeh Ghevondian

open book

9:00

3hrs + 20min

265/267

calculator*

MGSM845

Economic Context of Management

John-Paul Monck

open book

14:00

3hrs + 10min

165/167

calculator*

MGSM845

Economic Context of Management

David Orsmond

open book

14:00

3hrs + 10min

265/267

calculator*

Tuesday 11/6/2019

Unit code Unit nameLecturerTypeStartDurationRoom Extra equipment

MGNT804

Data Based Decision Making

Brad Smith

open book

9:00

3hrs + 10min

165/167

calculator*

MGSM820

Marketing Management

Yi Li

open book

9:00

3hrs + 10min

265/267

 

MGSM820

Marketing Management

Nigel Barker

open book

9:00

3hrs + 10min

265/267

 

MGSM820

Marketing Management

Vida Siahtiri

online

9:00

3hrs + 30min

online

 

MGSM842

Business Performance Measurement & Mgt

Andy Wang

closed book

14:00

3hrs + 10min

165/167

calculator*

Wednesday 12/6/2019

Unit code Unit nameLecturerTypeStartDurationRoom Extra equipment

MGNT837

Big Data and Decision Analysis

Vik Kortian

open book

9:00

3hrs + 10min

248

calculator*

MGSM860

Strategic Management

Jaco Lok

open book

9:00

3hrs + 20min

165/167

 

MGSM860

Strategic Management

Nidthida Lin

open book

9:00

3hrs + 20min

265/267

 

MGSM840

Accounting for Management

Andy Wang

open book

14:00

3hrs + 10min

165/167

calculator*

MGSM850

Strategic Frameworks

Miles Yang

closed book

14:00

3hrs + 10min

265/267

 

Thursday 13/6/2019

Unit code Unit nameLecturerTypeStartDurationRoom Extra equipment

MGNT842

Measuring and Managing Performance

John-Paul Monck

closed book

9:00

3hrs + 10min

165/167

calculator*

MGSM960

Information and Decision Analysis

John Croucher

open book

9:00

3hrs + 10min

265/267

calculator*

MGSM960

Information and Decision Analysis

Junsong Bian

open book

9:00

3hrs + 10min

265/267

calculator*

MGSM800

Strategic Human Resource Management

Jane Maley

closed book

9:00

2hrs + 10min

248

 

MGSM880

Foundations of Management Thought

Robert Spillane

closed book

14:00

3hrs + 10min

165/167

 

MGSM870

Organisational Behaviour

Kyle Bruce

open book

14:00

3hrs + 10min

265/267

 

Friday 14/6/2019

Unit code Unit nameLecturerTypeStartDurationRoom Extra equipment

MGSM890

Operations Management

Norma Harrison

open book

9:00

3hrs + 10min

165/167

calculator*

MGSM890

Operations Management

Mehrdokht Pournader

open book

9:00

3hrs + 10min

165/167

calculator*

MGSM847

Entrepreneurial Finance

Karl Rodrigues

open book

9:00

3hrs + 10min

265/267

calculator*

Saturday 15/6/2019

Unit code Unit nameLecturerTypeStartDurationRoom Extra equipment

MGSM835

Financial Management

Peter John

closed book

9:00

2.5hrs + 10min

165/167

calculator*

MGSM987

Law and Management

Brooke Pendlebury

open book

9:00

3hrs + 10min

265/267

 

IMPORTANT- Please note:

  • Students are expected to sit their examinations as timetabled during the examination period. This is part of the course requirement.
  • Make sure you bring your Campus Card as proof of identification and for admittance to all exams.
  • Please make sure that the current Term's fees are paid before commencement of each exam week. Failure to do so will impede the accessing of your result(s). Please contact MGSM Student Services on 9850 7829 for Payment options.
  • All exams are held at the North Ryde Campus in Building E12A, 5 Management Drive, Macquarie University.
  • Exams normally start at 9:00am in the morning and 2:00pm in the afternoon. This can vary depending on the exam timetable for the relevant term. Students must check for the start time for each unit.
  • You are required to come at least 15 - 20 minutes early in order to check the notice board where the exam seating lists are posted. These lists including your name, seat number and room number are also available on iLearn on the Monday of Week 10 in each term.
  • If your name is not listed please notify the Student Enquiries on 9850 7829 immediately.
  • If you are unwell during an exam, please notify the exam supervisors and go immediately to MGSM Student Services. You will be required to visit the campus Medical Centre on the same day.
  • If you are unwell or experience serious and unavoidable disruptions and cannot attend your examination please complete the Notification of Disruption to Studies form (available from the MGSM Student Website) and submit with supporting evidence to MGSM Student Services.
  • If a multiple-choice question section is included in your exam paper, make sure you bring a good eraser and 2B pencil. It is important to listen to the supervisor’s advice as to how to shade in your answers as ticks and crosses are not allowed.
  • Some examinations allow calculators irrespective of whether these are open book exams or not. For these details please consult the Exam Timetable under Extra Equipment column on what extra things to bring.
  • If you have further queries please contact Student Services Centre hotline on 9850-7829
  • Please read and familiarise yourself with the Rules governing Students' Conduct in Examinations.

Materials/items that must be brought into an exam:

  • Photo ID - Students will need to bring their Macquarie University Campus Card as photographic proof of identity to each examination. Other forms of acceptable photographic ID include a current Australian drivers licence, a current Australian Proof of Identity card or a current passport.
  • Stationery - Students should bring pens, pencils, erasers, rulers and other drawing instruments that may be needed for an exam in a clear non-coloured plastic bag.

Materials/items that may be brought into an exam:

  • Water - Students can bring bottled water into the exam but it must be in a clear and unmarked bottle.
  • Electronic devices (such as computers, tablets, and phones), purses and wallets may be brought into an examination room but must be placed under the student's desk before
    the exam commences. All electronic devices must be switched off.
  • Watches - You may bring a watch, however, all watches must be removed and placed at the top of the examination desk, where they can be seen clearly and easily by supervisors, and must remain there for the duration of the exam. All alarms and alerts must be switched off.
  • Other items 
    • Students should check well in advance if any additional materials are permitted (e.g. non-programmable calculator)
    • Dictionaries are not permitted for closed book exams.
    • For open book exams, only handwritten notes and printed textbooks / study materials are allowed. Programmable devices including but not limited to iPads, notebooks, tablets, smart phones, laptops and calculators are NOT allowed to be used in exams.

NOTE:

  • All bags or briefcases taken into the examination room must be placed in a designated area provided by the examination supervisor.
  • Mobile phones must be switched off and placed in bags at the front of the room.

MGSM Students: Examination Rules of Conduct

  1. Candidates are required to obey any instruction given by an examination supervisor for the proper conduct of the examination.
  2. All bags, writing paper, blotting paper, manuscripts or books, other than specified aids, must be placed at the front of the exam room.
  3. Mobile phones must be switched off before entering the exam room and left in your bag.
  4. No candidate shall be admitted to an examination after one hour from the time of commencement of the examination.  No candidate shall be permitted to leave an examination room before the expiry of one hour from the time the examination commences.  Where in special cases this rule is varied an appropriate announcement will be made.
  5. No candidate shall be re-admitted to an examination room after he or she has left it unless, during the full period of the absence the candidate has been under approved supervision.
  6. A candidate shall not by any improper means obtain or endeavour to obtain, assistance in his or her work; or give or endeavour to give, assistance to any other candidate.
  7. There must be no communication of any kind between candidates in the examination rooms except where laid down in the rules for a specific examination.
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