University Regulations

T. GUIDELINES GOVERNING THE SCHEDULING OF FINAL EXAMINATIONS

1. Normally, course sections offered during the day will have their final examinations, if any, scheduled in the day, and course sections offered in the evening will have their final examinations, if any, scheduled in the evening.

2. When the Department determines that there will be a common final examination for day and evening sections of a course, students must be so informed prior to the expiry of the Regular Registration Period.

3. When a student is unable for good reason to write a final examination scheduled outside the provisions of Clause 1, the student will be entitled to write a deferred examination.

NOTE: Where possible, Departments should inform the Timetable Committee when they submit their class schedules if it is anticipated that a common final examination will be required for day and evening sections of a course, so that this information can be publicized in the Class Schedule for the appropriate semester. Departments should indicate whether the examination is to be held during the day or the evening.


Last modified on May 10, 2001 by MaryJane Puxley

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