Office of the Registrar
School of Nursing (2010/2011)
8 Supplementary Examinations

Any student receiving a grade of 60% in a Nursing course is eligible to write a supplementary examination in that course. Only three supplementary examinations in Nursing courses can be written during the program

In addition to meeting UNIVERSITY REGULATIONS - General Academic Regulations (Undergraduate), upon successful completion of the supplementary examination, a student must also meet the promotion regulations of the School. For further information refer to Promotion Regulations.

  1. Supplementary examinations are permitted only in Nursing courses that have a written final examination.

  2. Supplementary examinations will have the same weight as final examinations for the course in determining whether the student achieves a passing grade for the course.

  3. Any student writing a supplementary examination can obtain only a maximum grade of 65% in the course.

  4. Supplementary examinations will be written no later than the first week of the semester immediately following the one in which the course was failed. Normally they should coincide with the writing of deferred examinations in courses where deferred examinations are granted for the semester in question. Grades for supplementary examinations must be received by the Office of the Registrar within one week following the completion of the examination.

  5. A student may write a supplementary examination for any one course only once.

  6. If it is mathematically impossible to achieve a passing grade in a course the student will not be granted a supplementary examination.

  7. Supplementary exams are not available for the Nursing Bridging Course offered at the Centre for Nursing Studies prior to entering the second year of the Bachelor of Nursing (Collaborative) Program. Students who are unsuccessful in the Bridging Course and who wish to enter the Bachelor of Nursing (Collaborative) Program must apply in competition to enter into the first year of the program.