N.B. The system for uploading examination papers is changing and therefore examination papers for 2020 Semester 2 are currently unavailable with the exception of a few modules. Students requiring 2020 Semester 2 examination papers should contact their module coordinator in this instance.
Access to past Examination Papers Online (2015-2019) is available to registered students and staff of UCC. You can search by module number or by season/date.
If you are accessing exam papers from off campus, you will be prompted to log in using your UCC credentials:
- UCC Students: Your username is your student number and your password is your Student IT Password
- UCC Staff: Your username is your @ucc.ie email address and your password is your email password
Please note: External Readers do not have access to online resources.
- Examination papers in print format (2002-2019) are located in the Copy Room on the ground floor, Boole Library.
- Bound volumes of Examination Papers from years 1910-2001 may be requested from Special Collections & Archives, Q-1 Floor, Boole Library.
Examination Papers may be printed/saved.
Email address for submission of exam papers: email@example.com
- It is preferable to receive examination papers in electronic format to speed up the process of uploading to the library website.
- In order to further speed up the process, please send the examination papers in PDF format, naming each file using module, season, year.
For example: AC3042Aut2016; BL3002Spr2015; GG1002Sum2014; EC1104Win2017
- If PDF is not a viable option, then MS Word is the preferred option.
Word documents can be easily converted to PDF - pdf converter
- Always send a separate PDF file for each examination paper, i.e. do not combine multiple papers into one large PDF file. Please feel free to send multiple PDF files/papers attached to a single email.
- Files need to be separated according to season/semester.
- Ensure that files are not password protected.
- Please check the Examination Papers section on the library website before submitting new papers to avoid re-submitting papers already published.
- Remove MCQ portions of the examination paper as these may be used again by some departments.
- If a paper has questions from several lecturers, please send a copy of the final version of the entire paper.
- Where possible, please submit exam papers through one central person in the department for ease of follow-up, if necessary.
Examination papers are the copyright of University College Cork and may not be distributed or sold outside the University without express permission.