Exam papers

Collections of past examination papers in printed form are available in some of our libraries (see below). Papers are for use in the library or can be photocopied.

Exam papers by library
LibraryCollection notes
Arts and Social Sciences

Bound copies of papers used for the last three years across most subjects (not just arts and social sciences) are held on the first floor. Please check your departmental pages as additional material may be available online.

Chemistry

BSc, MSc and MSci papers of the School of Chemistry, from 1978 to date, bound by year are available on three hour loan at the Information Desk. Copies of September retake papers are not held; ask in the School of Chemistry Office for these. Many School of Chemistry examination papers are also available to staff and students online via the Dynamic Lab Manual.

Physics

BSc, MSc and MSci papers of the Physics Department for 2007 - 2012, bound by level in yearly sets are available on overnight loan at the Information Desk. Copies of September retake papers are not held. Degree examination papers for the last three years are on the first floor of the Arts and Social Sciences Library. 

Queen's

Engineering and Computer Science papers for the last three years are available at the Information Desk. Sets of exam papers can be bought for less than the cost of photocopying from the Faculty Office in the Queen's Building or from the Mathematics Department Office. The Engineering Faculty Undergraduate Handbook provides additional information about past examination papers and where they can be found in print or online.

Veterinary Sciences BVSc, Veterinary Nursing, Practice Administration and Animal Behaviour Welfare papers for the previous five years are kept in boxes shelved by the Photocopier Room.
Wills Memorial

Recent Law exam papers are held in the reference section at K25, just inside the east wing, on the left-hand side.

Recent Earth Sciences exam papers can be found on the Earth Sciences web pages.

Exam papers in Blackboard

Students and staff can access an increasing number of papers, in a range of subject areas, online in Blackboard.

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