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Exam Review and Make-up Exams

Exam Review

Exam Review sessions will begin the week of September 18th. Students can access their exams during the open hours listed below in room AD 155A. Exams will be available for review no sooner than 48 hours after each exam time. Exams may not be removed from the room and questions/answers cannot be written down unless the course instructor indicates otherwise.   

Hours of Operation:

Hours:

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

9:00-10:30  

9:00-10:30

1:00-2:30

10:30-12:00

11:00-12:30

 There will be no Exam Review on the following days: October 9 and November 10-13, 2017


Make-up Exam Sessions

(for religious conviction, domestic affliction or health reasons)

Normally students will write exams with the class at times outlined shown in the Course Outline. However, the Department of Psychology provides regularly scheduled Make-Up Exam Sessions at scheduled times in AD 155A for students who have missed a psychology course test for a university and instructor approved reason. 

In the case of illness, makeup exams are NOT an option without an official University medical excuse (see the University Calendar). A completed Physician/Counselor Statement will be required to confirm absence from an exam for health reasons; the student will be required to pay any cost associated with this Statement. Students who miss an exam have 48 hours to contact the instructor and to schedule a makeup exam. Students who do not schedule a makeup exam with the instructor within this 48-hour period forfeit the right to a makeup exam. At the instructor’s discretion, a makeup exam may differ significantly (in form and/or content) from a regularly scheduled exam.

Times and location for writing Make-Up Exams are shown below.  Students must show up at the beginning of the Make-Up Exam session to start the test and students arriving more than 10 minutes after the start time WILL NOT BE ALLOWED TO WRITE THE EXAM. Except in extenuating circumstances (documented by an official University medical excuse), a makeup test/exam must be written within 2 weeks of the missed test/exam during exam make-up hours provided by the department.

If a student cannot write their final exam on the date assigned by the Registrar’s Office, he/she needs to apply for a deferred exam. Under no circumstances will this be accommodated by the department.

Hours:

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

 10:30-12:00

1:00-2:30

10:30-12:00

12:00-1:30

10:00-11:30

2:30-4:00

12:00-1:30

1:30-3:00

9:30-11:00

1:30-3:00

There will be no Exam Review on the following days: October 9 and November 10-13, 2017