For Trinity term 2022, remote invigilation will be available to whom one or more of the following apply:
- Students who have received a positive result following an LFD or PCR test, and one or more exams will fall within the recommended ‘stay at home’ period (5 days with negative tests on days 5 and 6 or up to a maximum of 10 days).The student should otherwise be well enough to sit their exam; exam excusal should be sought if the student is unwell.
- Are residing outside of mainland UK, with approved residency dispensation via the Proctors for Trinity Term 2022.
- Part-time students residing outside of mainland UK who are unable to travel to Oxford due to local pandemic restrictions.
- Are residing within mainland UK, with or without a residency dispensation, but are immunosuppressed, or have specific other medical conditions meaning they may have a reduced ability to fight infections and other diseases.
- Are returning for assessment only and have already fulfilled residency requirements during previous study, but are unable to return to Oxford for exams due to Covid-related or other travel restrictions.
Students with a residency dispensation for Trinity Term 2022 but who are residing within mainland UK are expected to travel to Oxford for exams unless one of the above criteria apply.
Students who have been following the ‘stay at home’ guidance due to a positive test result but ‘test out’ with two consecutive LFD tests from days 5 and 6 onwards would be expected to attend in-person any exams scheduled from the day after their second negative test (e.g. day 7 if testing negative on day 5 and day 6).
Students who are unable to attend their exam due to illness or other urgent cause, but to whom none of the above apply, will need to follow the normal exam excusal process.