Exam Rule Reminder
Exam Rule Reminder
|AT A UofT EXAM, IT'S NOT JUST A CELL PHONE, IT'S AN UNAUTHORIZED AID.
Unless otherwise stated, electronic devices are not allowed at UofT exams - possession is punishable under the Code of Behaviour on Academic Matters.
EXAM RULE REMINDER
- Students are NOT allowed to have any unauthorized aids on their desks, or in their pockets, including electronic devices of ANY kind, unless otherwise stated. This includes CELL PHONES, iPODS and CALCULATORS. Possession is an academic offence under the Code of Behaviour on Academic Matters, and subject to penalties.
All coats and jackets should be placed on the back of each candidate’s chair, and knapsacks or bags placed under the chair. All notes and books, pencil cases, turned off cell phones, laptops and other unauthorized items, purses and wallets should be stored inside the candidate’s knapsack bag and closed securely. Candidates are NOT allowed to have a pencil case on their desk and any pencil cases found on desks will be searched. All watches and timepieces on desks will be checked. Candidates are not allowed to touch their knapsack or bag or the contents until the exam is over. Candidates are not allowed to reach into the pockets or any part of their coat or jacket until the exam is over.
- Candidates must not communicate with one another in any manner whatsoever during the examination.
- Candidates may not leave the examination room unescorted for any reason, including visiting the washroom.
- All writing must cease at the end of the examination.
Please see the Rules for the Conduct of Examinations for a complete list of Arts & Science examination regulations.
Failure to follow any of these rules could result in a formal allegation of academic misconduct. Please see the Code of Behaviour on Academic Matters for more information.