IV Examinations

 

(a) The Senate constitutes the examining body for all University examinations.
(b) The Registrar is responsible for the organization of examinations and the releasing of final grades. He shall make available to all students complete examination regulations. He shall also post timetables for examinations on a bulletin board.
(c) The Registrar shall appoint a Chief Invigilator for each examination. The Chief Invigilator is responsible for the conduct of examinations and the enforcement of examination regulations.
(d) The timetable for December examinations shall be published by mid-October. The timetable for April examinations shall be published by early February.
Any changes in the timetable that become necessary after mid-October (in the case of December examinations) or early February (in the case of Final examinations), shall be posted on a bulletin board.
(e) Students shall be admitted to the examination room ten (10) minutes before the examination is scheduled to commence.
(f) No student may enter the examination after the end of the first one-third (1/3) of the allowed examination time. No student may leave the examination before the end of the first one-third (1/3) of the allowed time, even if he/she has finished the examination.
(g) Students shall start writing and cease writing as instructed by the Chief Invigilator.
(h) Students must place their I.D. cards on the desk, or be able to establish their identities in a manner satisfactory to the invigilator and sign the attendance sheet when presented to them.
(i) Students shall not communicate with one another in any manner whatsoever during the examination.
(j) Unless specifically stated on the examination paper, or previously approved by the invigilator concerned, there is to be no material in the form of books, notes, or portable cassette recorders available to the student, save that issued to him/her by an invigilator.
(k) Any student leaving the examination shall do so with the least distraction to the students still working. Students shall not congregate outside the examination room.
(l) It is the student's responsibility to ensure that his/her examination paper has been submitted to the appropriate invigilator by the end of the examination period.
(m) Students who do not comply with the examination regulations are subject to disciplinary action under the Code of Student Behaviour.

Examination Cancellation Contingency Plan
The President, or delegate, will decide, in consultation with the Registrar, or delegate, whether to proceed with or to postpone examinations in the event of extreme weather conditions or any other general emergency which occurs when final examinations are in session.

If the decision is made to postpone examinations, the postponement will apply to all examinations scheduled for a particular day or part thereof.

In anticipation of the need of such action, each examination schedule will list a date on which any or all postponed examinations would be re-written at the same hour and location as originally scheduled.

The date chosen will be the earliest possible date, other than a Sunday or statutory holiday, following the last day of regularly scheduled examinations.


See also:
University Regulations:
Introduction
I General Regulations
II Registration
III Programs of Study
V Standing
VI Reappraisal
VII Special Examinations
VIII Deficiency
IX Academic Dishonesty
X Withdrawal
XI Computer Users
Definitions (Full-time vs Part-time Status)
Course Numbering System
Course Timetable
Transcript/Academic Record Abbreviations

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