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Classes which meet first on Tuesday or Thursday at 6: Classes which meet first on Tuesday or Thursday at 7: Classes which meet first on Tuesday or Thursday at 8: Evening and Weekend Program Classes Meeting Once a Week Classes meeting one time per week will have exams given at the regular class time.
Evening and Weekend Program Saturday Classes Classes meeting on Saturday will have exams given at the regular class time on Saturday, December 8, No final examination shall be given before Monday, December 10, All grades are due in the Registrar's Office by The examination period for all college credit classes is two hours.
It is the responsibility of the student to resolve conflicts in scheduled final examinations by working with the instructors involved in advance of the final examination period.
In determining the date of the final examination, "classes which meet first" refers to the initial class meeting of the normal instructional week Monday through Friday.
If a final examination is to be given, it will be administered during the examination period as scheduled above by the University Registrar.
Final examinations may be given at times other than the regularly scheduled time in the following instances: In the case of conflicts or undue hardship for an individual instructor, a final examination may be rescheduled upon the recommendation of the chair of the department and with the concurrence of the dean of the college and the University Registrar.
Any student with more than two final examinations scheduled on any one date shall be entitled to have the examination for the class with the highest catalog number rescheduled.
In case this highest number is shared by more than one course, the one whose departmental prefix is first alphabetically will be rescheduled.
The option to reschedule must be exercised in writing to the appropriate instructor two weeks prior to the scheduled examination. If an examination schedule conflict is created by faculty rescheduling of an examination, the student shall be entitled to take the rescheduled examination at another time during the examination period by mutual agreement with the instructor.
In the case of undue hardship for an individual student, a final examination may be rescheduled by the instructor.
Except for the Colleges of Dentistry, Law, Medicine, and Pharmacy, the above schedule of final examinations shall apply to all colleges of the University. To determine the final examination time for a course that meets at time other than the usual MWF or TR meeting pattern e.
In case both classes have the same number, the one whose departmental prefix is alphabetically first will be rescheduled. This rescheduling must be requested of the appropriate instructor in writing at least two weeks prior to the scheduled examination.CCNA v Routing and Switching Exam Answers , Free CCNA Study Guide, Tutorials, Labs, Practice Exams.
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