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Every paper is identified by a subject code (e.g. RELS for Religious Studies) and a paper number. Until 2014, variants of those codes, ending with ‘X’, were used for distance learning papers (e.g. RELX for distance papers in Religious Studies), but a single code is now normally used for all papers in the same subject, whether they are offered as internal papers or as distance learning papers or as both (so RELS is the code for all Religious Studies papers regardless of teaching mode).

University paper
The Catalogue of Papers contains a brief introduction to the subjects and papers to be offered by the University of Waikato. For more information on individual papers offered, please contact the relevant Faculty or School.
Paper code prefixes: five-letter prefixes e.g. MATHS replaces MATH, are now in place for most papers.

University paper
Official UC exams are administered by the Registry and are held at the end of a course (this may be in the middle or at the end of the year). The Library receives copies of these from the Examinations Office and they are then made available via this search (NB: there can be delays with this process, exam papers will not appear in this search until some time after the exam has finished).
Department-administered term tests, Foundation Studies tests and exams, and Summer school exams are not included in the exam papers search.

Refences:

http://papers.waikato.ac.nz/
http://www.canterbury.ac.nz/library/search-our-collections/exam-papers/
http://library.leeds.ac.uk/dissertation-examples