Final exams schedule and conflicts
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Students who have conflicts between two or more exams given
at the same time will resolve the matter of who will give the
make-up exam in the following manner:
- The lower level course has precedence over an upper level
course. For example, if a student has a conflict between a
2000 and a 4000 level course, the instructor of the 4000
level course must give a make-up exam.
- If both courses are the same level, the student should
approach each instructor to determine if one of the
instructors will give a make-up exam.
- If both instructors refuse to give a make-up exam when
requested under the circumstances of item #2, the student
should see the department scheduler. It will be that
scheduler's responsibility to call his/her counterpart in the
other department to determine who should give the make-up
- If the two schedulers cannot reach a compromise, the
scheduler originally approached by the student should call
the Associate Dean of his/her school and ask the Dean to flip
a coin and the loser of the toss will have to give a make-up
If you have more than two exams in one day...
Any student with more than two final exams in one day can
request that a conflict exam for the third exam be given on a
different day. The conflict exam policy is above