Answered By: Andy Quek Last Updated: Nov 09, 2016 Views: 6190
If the Exam Paper you require is not in the database, or if there are missing pages, please send an email to us:
Please provide the following information in your email:
- The module number
- The module name
- The month and year of the paper you require
Please note that in some cases, the exam papers don't exist in the database because the module is new, or in other cases the lecturers have requested that the library not scan in specific exam papers (e.g. MCQs, some Phd qualifying exams). We also don't hold Mid-term papers or for SM2 courses etc.
For exam papers withheld from departments, there will be a note saying "Paper not released by department", this is a decision made by the department and the library is unable to provide access to them in any form.
Also note that the Board of Undergraduate Studies has decided that with effect from Academic Year 2012/13, only the recent five year examination papers are made accessible to students. This is because course contents change rapidly and all courses are revised regularly to keep the materials up-to-date. Hence, materials that are more than five years old are usually obsolete.
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