Past exam papers database

This site is designed to provide additional support to current London Metropolitan University students and staff by making available the majority of exam papers from recent years. Your University network username and password are required to access the service. The aim is to provide a rolling 3 years of Autumn and Spring Semester papers, but not August reassessment papers. Currently the earliest papers are those for Autumn Semester 2004/5.

Your use of the Past Exams Database is subject to the Terms of Use

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Search Tips

Search for Module Number or part of the Module Number, eg searching on SP will return all Sports Exam Papers; SP100 will find SP1002, SP1003, SP1004, etc.
Searching on a complete Module Number will return the paper(s) for that Module e.g. searching for AC2006 will return the Income Tax exam paper.

Limitations on exam paper availability

Not all papers will be available. Academic departments may have asked for a restricted range of papers to be provided, and in some cases sample or modified papers are provided instead of those actually used. Some papers have been withdrawn due to copyright issues; some of these will be published later with amendments to particular questions in order to ensure compliance with copyright requirements.

It is not possible to provide reasons why a particular paper is not available, but students may be assured that all students of a module have the same access at any one time to the same database, so no-one can be disadvantaged.

Warning !

Students are warned against making assumptions about likely future exam papers / questions based on the material published on this site. Papers published here may or may not be useful aids to study, and must be not be seen as guidance regarding future exams. The syllabus and content of a module may have changed, so it is important to base preparation for future exams on information in the latest module handbook.

Software

The exam papers in the database are stored as PDF files. You will need software which can read files in this format. If you cannot view the paper when you click on it, you can download Adobe Acrobat Reader from here: Download Acrobat Reader

Terms of Use

All the examination papers made available within this service are copyright to the London Metropolitan University. No portion of the information within this service may be made available to anyone other than London Metropolitan University staff and students, or reproduced in any form, without prior written permission. Users of this service are not permitted to modify, distribute, publish, transmit or create derivative works of any material found within the service for any public or commercial purposes.