Examinations

Written examinations are held at the end of the course in all subjects except seminars, clinics, intern/externships, skills courses and certain courses requiring substantial written work. Unless previously excused by the Director of Registration & Enrollment, all students must present themselves for examination in each subject for which they are registered at the first regular examination held therein in order to receive credit for the course. Unexcused absences will result in a grade of F (0.00) being entered. Students should not discuss exam rescheduling with their professors; doing so may breach exam anonymity. The right to take the examination in any course is conditioned upon compliance with the Class Attendance Policy.

Some professors have chosen to make sample exams from past years available to current students.

This brief tutorial outlines other final examination instructions, rules and protocols.

Electronic exams may be taken on a laptop with a properly registered copy of the exam software (Exam4).  Please note that you will have to download both your exam from www.exam4.com and download the Exam4 software onto your computer. For instructions on how to download Exam4 and other common questions, please consult the electronic exams information page.  


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