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NEBOSH-Exam Resit NG1/2

NEBOSH-Exam Resit NG1/2


Students can retake the NG1 and/or NG2 unit assessments at Middlesex University after completing the 12-week course.

NG1 is a digital open book assessment, assessment time is 4 hours. Learners will have 24 hours to access, complete and submit their paper starting from 11am (UK time) on the examination date. The exam is administrated by NEBOSH, who will send you a Confirmation of Registration email that includes your learner number, and important information relating to your assessment. Following receipt of your Confirmation of Registration email for your digital assessment, NEBOSH will send you a further email containing your Username and Password for the NEBOSH online examination platform. If you have not received this email please remember to check your spam folders. The provisional pass mark for NG1 is 45% (Distinction: 75 marks or higher Credit: 65 - 74 marks Pass: 45 - 64 marks). 

NG2, this is a practical assessment where learners will complete a risk assessment of their organisation. You must find and record at least 10 different hazards that are taken from at least 5 different hazard categories. Submission must be emailed to Middlesex University ([email protected]) within 10 working days of NG1 exam date. This date will be confirmed depending on the exam period chosen. Your assessment must be submitted electronically as a PDF. You can only achieve a ‘Pass’ or ‘Refer’ for the assessment.

Assessments are marked by external examiners appointed by NEBOSH.
All results for assessments taken in English (including those for the practical application) should be received within 50 working days from the date of the examination or submission of assignment. The specific date is written on your examination entry confirmation.

You are not limited on the number of times that you can resubmit; however, you must remember that both unit assessments (NG1 and NG2) must be passed within a five-year period.

Please contact Stephanie Bee ([email protected]) for further information.

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