- Students should not enter an examination with prohibited items (books, papers, bags, backpacks, etc.); Coats and purses are to be placed at the front of the room (under your chair if located in gymnasium). NOTE: The University is not responsible for valuable brought into any of the locations where examinations are written.
- Your Brock University Student ID card must be placed on the desk (web-only students who may not have a Brock University Student ID may present a government-issued photo ID); each students’ identification will be verified by an Invigilator.
- No cell phones or other electronic devices are allowed. Students who bring them will be required to turn them off and place them in the Ziploc bag provided. If a student is found to be in possession of an electronic device (including handhelds, smart wearables, etc.) during the exam, the student may be charged with an Academic Integrity infraction
- The only other items allowed on each student’s desk are: examination and answer books, pens, pencils, eraser (no pencil cases) and any other materials approved by the instructor (e.g. calculator)”
Two or more examinations scheduled at the same time would be considered a conflict. In the event that you have two exams scheduled at the same time during the formal exam periods (December, April), complete a general request form indicating the courses in conflict.
If you have two term tests that are in conflict but are not scheduled during the end of term exam period, discuss the conflict with your instructors as soon as possible to make other arrangements.
If you have three exams scheduled for the same calendar day, please consult your teaching faculty members for assistance in receiving an accommodated date and time. While the Office of the Registrar endeavors to produce conflict-free timetables (Course and Examination), it is not always possible.
Unfortunately, if the three exams do not occur on the same calendar day, it would not be considered a conflict. While the situation may be stressful, please plan in advance to write the exams as scheduled.