Office of the Registrar
School of Pharmacy (2014/2015)
8 Supplementary and Deferred Examination Regulations
  • Supplementary examinations may be permitted in some courses offered by the School of Pharmacy. Students seeking to write a supplementary midterm or final examination shall apply in writing by completing the “Application for Supplementary Examination” form which is available from the School’s website at www.mun.ca/pharmacy/undergrad/Policies_and_Procedures.php.

  • This form must be submitted within seven days following release of midterm marks in the case of supplementary midterm examinations or within seven days following release of the final grades in the case of supplementary final examinations. The completed form should be submitted to the Dean's office for consideration.

  • The transcript will indicate that the final grade was earned as a result of a supplementary examination. Course coordinators shall advise students in the course outline that such a notation will be made on the transcript.

  • Students shall be permitted to write a maximum number of one supplementary examination (excluding Pharmacy Skills & Structured Practice Experience (SPE) courses) during each academic year of the pharmacy program. For any one registration in a course, a student shall be permitted to write a final supplementary examination only once.

  • For further details please refer to the School’s Supplementary Examination Policy which is available at www.mun.ca/pharmacy/undergrad/Policies_and_Procedures.php or contact the Associate Dean of Undergraduate Studies.

  • Memorial University of Newfoundland has official regulations regarding deferred final examinations, available at UNIVERSITY REGULATIONS - General Academic Regulations (Undergraduate) - Exemptions From Final Examinations and Procedures for Applying to Write Deferred Examinations. Deferred midterm examinations may be permitted in some courses offered by the School of Pharmacy. For details please refer to the School’s Deferred Examination Policy which is available at www.mun.ca/pharmacy/undergrad/Policies_and_Procedures.php or contact the Associate Dean of Undergraduate Studies.