If you felt ill during your last exam and you notified an invigilator in the exam hall at the time then a report will have been written and passed on to your College or Student Office.
You should obtain a medical certificate as soon after the event as possible.
This certificate should be taken to the College or Student Office who will advise you further on the Mitigating Circumstances process, which you will need to follow to ensure your illness will be taken into consideration when marking your exam.
If you did not make your illness known within the exam hall you should still contact the College or Student Office.
For more information please click on 'log enquiry' or log an enquiry online with the Student Information Desk via the SID tile on iExeter.