As a McGill student, you are responsible for knowing the rules and regulations concerning academic honesty, which can be found in The Handbook on Student Rights and Responsibilities. Perhaps more important, it is also your responsibility to help maintain the academic integrity of the University.
Formal final examinations are held during an examination period following the term in which the course is given (fall and winter terms only). The dates of the examination periods are listed in the Important Dates. Students are warned not to make travel arrangements to leave Montreal prior to the scheduled end of any examination period. In some courses there is no final examination; standing in these courses is determined on the basis of term work and class tests.
Science students who, for serious reasons such as illness or family affliction, have not written one or more examinations (including take-home examinations), may receive the permission from Service Point to defer the examination to the next supplemental examination period, (except in the Faculties of Engineering and Continuing Education (where students write the examination the next time the course is given).
If, due to illness, you have missed assignments or mid-term examinations, see your professor and try to make alternative arrangements. You must be prepared to provide confirmation of illness. Examinations for multi-term courses during the fall-term final examination period in December are treated as mid-terms and alternative arrangements must be made with the professor.
Students who wish to write supplemental examinations for certain courses must apply on Minerva through the Student Record Menu.
The following conditions apply:
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