Exam Sign-Up Deadline

For all timed assessments, students must sign up a minimum of 14 days prior to the exam date.  

UPDATE: Deadline to sign-up for all exams

Student Accessibility and Achievement is pleased to announce that the deadline to register for academic accommodations for Final Exams is now the same deadline as that to sign-up for in-semester tests and exams. Students are no longer required to register 1 month prior to the Final Exam period, and will instead be able to register up until 14-days prior to the exam date.

We still strongly encourage you to register for your Final Exams as soon as possible to ensure that your accommodations are in place on the day of your exam and so that any exam conflicts may be addressed early. The Final Exam schedule is available now and can be accessed via the Central Exams Office website.

Sign up for your exams now using Schedule a Test or Exam module on ClockWork.


Student Accessibility and Achievement's Confidentiality Commitment


The documents and personal information provided by you to our office remain confidential at all times. These can only be released to third parties with your express written permission, via our Student Records Release Form.


We do not disclose to third parties the fact that a student is registered with our office unless expressly asked to do so by the student. Whether you wish to disclose this information to your faculty or your instructors remains your decision at all times; we are happy to discuss the pros and cons of disclosure with you.


Your registration with Student Accessibility and Achievement does not appear on your transcript and it is impossible for administrative units on campus or future employers to have access to this information unless you disclose it.


While students using the note-sharing service can see the name of the student providing the notes, the note sharer can’t see the name of the student(s) accessing the notes. Furthermore, all of our volunteer note-sharers sign a confidentiality agreement at the time of their onboarding into the program. This ensures complete confidentiality for students registered with Student Accessibility and Achievement who are eligible to receive peer notes. 

Other concerns

If confidentiality remains a concern or you have further questions, please do not hesitate to discuss these with one of our advisors by calling (514) 398-6009.

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