Final examinations are held at the end of each academic term during the final exam period. Final exams are either in person or online, and are scheduled at a specific time (and, for in-person exams, in a specific location on campus). All exams follow the Faculty’s exam rules as outlined in the Academic Calendar.
Exams may be held on Saturdays or in the evenings. It is important to remember that if you make personal commitments during the final exam period, you will not receive special consideration and no special arrangements will be made in the event of conflicts resulting from personal commitments.
Follow the links below to learn about final exams, including the rules and what to do if you are unable to write an exam.
View the schedules for final exams or archived exam schedules.
Find information and tips to help you prepare for and attend your exams.
Find the Faculty’s exam rules on the Academic Calendar.
Learn what is considered a valid conflict and what to do if you have an exam conflict, including conflicts due to religious observances.
Information about what to do if you are unable to attend an exam.
How to request an exam viewing appointment to verify your final exam has been marked fairly and calculated correctly.
How to request an electronic copy of your exam.
Your options if you believe there was a marking error in your final exam or a mathematical miscalculation of your final grade.