How to confirm your modules and enter examinations
Each academic year in November or December, you will receive an email asking you to log into your My Birkbeck Profile to confirm the modules you are taking are correct.
This process is different to when you inform your Course Administrator of your module option choices and is your only opportunity to check and confirm that your modules are correctly listed on your record and are locked for the academic year.
Your list of modules should include all the modules you are taking in that academic year, not just those assessed by examination, but also those assessed by coursework, dissertation, project etc, as this will ensure the marks and grades you achieve are properly recorded and reported to you at the end of the year.
You will need your Birkbeck username and password to log in.
If your details are correct, please click the 'Confirm my Modules' button and follow any further instructions.
It is important that you confirm your modules by the specified deadline, as the examination timetable is compiled on the information you confirm.
We cannot guarantee to accommodate you for your examinations if you fail to confirm your modules by the given deadline.
Special exam provision
During this process you will be also given the opportunity to notify us whether you require consideration for special examination arrangements for reason of health/disability, including dyslexia.
If you have any specific questions regarding disability or dyslexia provision, please speak to our Disability Office who will be able to advise you. Even if you have already discussed provision with the Disability Office, please provide a full explanation of your circumstances during the module confirmation process.
You can also specify date(s) where religious commitments may prevent you from taking an examination. We will do our best, but cannot guarantee, that we will be able to avoid such dates.
Please note that we are not able to schedule our examination dates around any events that you are attending such as weddings, holidays or examinations at other institutions. We recommend that as much as possible you keep the summer examination period (early May to mid June) free.