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Final examinations will normally be held during the last two weeks of each semester. Examination period dates are outlined in the Academic Calendar of Events, and in the Course Timetable and Exam Schedule mailed each semester to students eligible to register. Students must check the exam schedule when planning course selections. Students are reminded that final examinations may be scheduled at any time during the examination period and that students should avoid making travel or employment arrangements for this period. The student is not allowed to register in courses with conflicting examination times.
Each student is expected to participate in work assigned during the semester. The marks obtained for work during the semester may be used in determining the final standing for the course. A passing grade in any examination does not ensure a passing grade for the course.
Students who miss examinations because of illness or for compassionate reasons are required to obtain a physician's certificate or other supporting documents in order to obtain consideration in the course. Such documents must be filed with the Department chair or registrar within four days of the date on which the examination was to have been written.
A student may not rewrite (or write, in the case of receiving an N grade) a paper unless he/she reregisters for the course and participates in the course as required by the instructor.
Inclass final examinations are not to be held before the beginning of the official examination period. Takehome examinations cannot be due until the commencement of the official examination period.
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