1. Reviews are announced tests that cover several class periods of work and constitute one phase of regular evaluation for grading purposes. They are announced at least one week in advance of their administration.
2. A student must obtain the permission of the instructor to postpone and make up reviews during the semester.
1. An evaluation of each student's work at the end of each course will normally include a written final examination of no more than three hours in length covering the work of the entire semester. Other types of evaluation may be employed, such as:
a. Oral final examinations to be completed before the end of the examination period;
b. Take-home final examinations to be completed during the examination period; or
c. Major term papers and research projects completed by the end of the examination period.
2. Apart from the exceptions noted above, examinations are to be given only on the days designated as examination days unless another time has been approved by the Dean of the Faculty. No examination or part of an examination may be administered on a designated reading day except by permission of the Dean of the Faculty. Procedures for the examination period, following guidelines approved by the Faculty, are published by the Registrar.
3. All written work except that which is part of the final examination or replaces a written final examination shall be due no later than the end of the last official class hour of the semester. Exceptions must be approved by the instructor, who must also notify the Dean of the Faculty.
4. The instructor of the course may authorize a student to postpone a final examination for cause (medical or similar) only upon recommendation of the Dean of Students. The instructor will assign a grade of Incomplete and arrange with the student a procedure for making up the examination, with the assistance of the Registrar or Dean of Students as needed.