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FINAL EXAMS

All 100- and 200-level Liberal Studies courses have final examinations. These take place during the final examination period. In the fall of 2008, the final examination period is Wednesday, December 10 through Friday, December 12. Saturday, December 13 will be the exam conflict day.  In the winter of 2009, the final examination period is Tuesday, April 21 through Thursday April 23. Friday, April 24 will be the exam conflict day.

The Schedules will be posted here before the start of each semester.

Schedules:

LIBERAL STUDIES FINAL EXAM SCHEDULE (WINTER SEMESTER 2009)

Final Winter Exam Schedule 2009 (PDF)

LIBERAL STUDIES FINAL EXAM SCHEDULE

WINTER 2009

DAY ONE: TUESDAY, APRIL 21

TIME

ROOMS

AUD – 190

230

327

240

8:30 – 11:20

LBST 1D01

D. Burke, A. Chakrabarty,

I. Marques, S. Park, L. Riva

HUMN 2B29

B. Leeming

12:00 – 2:50

VISC 2B07

J. Wyman

HUMN 2B28

S. Goldberg

3:15 – 6:05

VISC 2B39

R. Gill

6:30 – 9:20

VISC 2B35

F. Broun

DAY TWO: WEDNESDAY, APRIL 22

TIME

ROOMS

AUD – 190

230

327

240

8:30 – 11:20

LBST 1B06 (sect. 1)

J. Drobnick

12:00 – 2:50

LBST 1B06 (sect. 2)

K. Pruesse

 

3:15 – 6:05

LBST 1B06 (sect. 3)

C. Langill

SCTM 2B22

B. Trott

SCTM 2B21 (sect 1&2)

J. Korman

6:30 – 9:20

SCTM 2B02 (sect 1&2)

S. Tulk

SCTM 2B10

L. Kushnir

SCTM 2B04

I. Clarke

DAY THREE: THURSDAY, APRIL 23

TIME

ROOMS

AUD – 190

230

327

240

8:30 – 11:20

VISC 2B32

G. Moray

12:00 – 2:50

VISC 2B08

S. MacDonald

3:15 – 6:05

VISC 2B38

E. Nay

6:30 – 9:20

VISC 2B09

C. Langill

The exam for SCTM 2B96 with Robin Kingsburgh will be on Wed. April 22, 2:00-4:00pm in East Hall, University College at U of T.

Final Exam Protocols for Students

1. Sign-in and Sign-out

  • Sign-in option at the discretion of the instructor
  • Sign-out required with student card and signature

2. Late arrival: students arriving later than 30 minutes may be denied access to the examination and receive zero

3. Personal belongings

  • Students should not bring anything that cannot be placed in a designated area

4. Washroom breaks

  • In an emergency
  • One at a time
  • Students must bring exam paper to instructor/proctor
  • Large classes: students must sign out and into exam room

5. Eating and drinking: No food (except where medical note provided); beverages permitted

6. No electronic devices (including electronic dictionaries, cell phones, CD players, MP3 players, Personal Digital Assistant (PDA) etc.)

7. Use of print unilingual dictionaries: generally, no (discretion of instructor)

  • Bilingual dictionaries: okay but must be presented to proctor

8. Students should be prepared to remain in the exam room for the duration of the exam

9. All Special Accommodations must be arranged at least 2 weeks in advance with the Coordinator, Centre for Students with Disabilities

10. Deferred Exams

  • Illness, family emergency, religious observances (no fee required but need proper documentation)
  • Other circumstances must be consulted with the Liberal Studies office (fee may be required)
  • Students must fill out a deferred exam form to be submitted to the Liberal Studies office
  • Please see the Deferred Exam Policy at http://www.ocad.ca/students/student_policies/ac_reg_pro.htm

Please refer to the Deferred Exam Policy, Academic Considerations for Relgious Observances Policy and Religious Observance Dates.

11. Exam Conflict

  • Two or more exams at the same time
  • More than two exams on the same day
  • Students must inform their instructors of any exam conflicts no later than October 31 in the Fall Semester and February 28 in the Winter Semester
  • Students must fill out a deferred exam form to be submitted to the Liberal Studies office

Please refer to the academic policy regarding final examinations and deferred examinations. The examination schedule takes priority, so students must plan their travel arrangements around their final examinations and studio critiques, not vice versa.

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