Library and Learning Services
Examnet is straight-forward to use, but if you do come across any problems, you may find the answers here.
- Do I need a username and password to access ExamNet?
- Where do I log in?
- What is my module code?
- My search did not find any papers for my course or module code. Why?
- Why are the exam papers marked as "Not released" for my course?
- Where can I get a copy of the required Adobe Reader?
- Do you provide the answers?
- When will the latest set of Exam papers be added to ExamNet?
- How can I get in touch with you?
1. Do I need a username and password to access ExamNet?
You can use ExamNet from the computers on the main De Montfort University campus areas and from some of the Associate Colleges without using a username and password. If you are outside these zones you will be asked for your library login details. Your login to ExamNet, to access and read exam papers, is your student number (on your student card) without the P. The password is the same one you would use for Blackboard, MyDMU and student email.
2. Where do I log in?
Use the blue login button on the top right side of this screen. Click Yes to all the security alerts. Add your details to the login page.
3. What is my module code?
You may find this on some of your course documentation.
4. My search did not find any papers for my course or module code. Why?
It may be a new course and/or module and there are no previous papers. The module code may have changed, so try again just using the 4 letter code and omit the numbers e.g. ENVB; LAWG
5. Why are the exam papers marked as "Not released" for my course?
Some papers have not been released by the departments who set the questions (Sometimes questions are re-used.). They are not usually available for student use.
6. Where can I get a copy of the required Adobe Reader?
You can download a copy of this software free from Adobe.
7. Do you provide the answers?
Sorry, we don't! Some papers do include feedback notes though.
8. When will the latest set of Exam papers be added to ExamNet?
Most of the papers are added to ExamNet during the first term for the whole of the previous academic year.
9. How can I get in touch with you?
You can send a message through the Just Ask! on-line enquiry desk service on this page. Please include your name, return e-mail address, student number and the module codes (or titles) of the exam papers for which you are searching.