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Students who miss a final exam due to illness or extreme personal distress and would like to apply for a deferred exam must submit a request for an academic concession within 48 hours of the missed exam. All appropriate documentation must be submitted within 14 calendar days of the missed exam.
If you miss a midterm exam or other coursework, this is considered an in-term concession. This is a different type of academic concession and is granted at the discretion of the Instructor.
No. UBC Science does not permit rewrites of final exams. Once you write an exam, you have made a conscious decision to write it, so there is no recourse. If you are not in the proper condition to write the exam, you have the option of not writing the exam and then requesting Deferred Standing. Keep in mind that you must be in good standing in the course and have a valid reason for missing the exam in order for your request to be considered.
Students must give advance notice of the conflict - see more information about conflicting responsibilities.
This is an exam clash—multiple examinations scheduled on the same day at the same time. Your typical starting point is your instructor, but rules vary a bit by term. Review the UBC Student Services Exam policies.
An examination hardship is defined as three or more end-of-term examinations scheduled within a 24-hour period. Students must talk to the instructor of the second exam at least one month prior to the examination date for courses in the Winter Session, or no later than two weeks prior to the examination date for courses in the Summer Session. Review important information on Exam Hardships in the UBC Calendar.
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