Please note that these procedures refer only to exams formally scheduled by the Registrar's Office and released on the Courses Web site. If you have a mid-term examination conflict, please be in touch with your professors or the departments who offer the courses.
What is a Conflict?
There are three types of undergraduate exam conflicts:
- Two or more exams at the same time.
- Three exams on the same day.
- Exams during three consecutive periods in 24 hours (e.g. 7 to 10pm the night before, then 9am to noon and 2 to 5pm to the next day).
If you have an official exam conflict as outlined above, it will appear in red on your personalized exam schedule.
Resolving a Conflict - Fall/Winter 2013-2014
If you have an official exam conflict that does not involve an administrative studies (ADMS) course, you will be notified by the Registrar's Office, via email, of alternate arrangements to resolve the conflict.
If you have a final exam conflict that involves at least one administrative studies (ADMS) course, please contact the School of Administrative Studies. They will make arrangements to resolve the conflict.
If you require accommodation for a separately scheduled date/time due to a final exam conflict, and are currently registered with Counselling & Disability Services, follow the instructions on the Rescheduling Information web page.