There will be no conventional exams in Trinity Term. The arrangements will be as follows:
First year undergraduates:
The majority of examinations will be cancelled, and students will be deemed to have passed. The only exceptions are Law and Medicine, where assessments will be rearranged for professional qualification reasons.
Second and third year (non-finalist) undergraduates, and first year MPhils:
Exam papers will be deferred into the next academic year. The only exceptions are those third-year undergraduate exams which need to go ahead because they are taken by a mix of continuing and leaving students.
Final-year undergraduates and taught postgraduates:
Exams will be replaced with alternative forms of assessment in Trinity term 2020. These will take the form of either open-book versions of papers, longer pieces of work completed over several days, or a mix of the two
More detail is available on the student coronavirus advice page.