Test Policy - Late assignments will not be accepted. The...

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Human Resources Diploma and Post-Graduate Programs Test and Assignment Policy Students are expected to sit all tests and exams at the scheduled starting time. Late admittance into the test room will only be allowed at the discretion of the professor based upon the reasons given by the student and the prevailing circumstances. (For example, if one student has already completed the test and left the room, no admittance will be given to a ‘late’ student.) Any missed test requires medical, legal or personal documentation and either prior notification or a visit to the appropriate professor following the missed test, in order to be considered for rewrite privileges. Requests for a rewrite (with documentation) must be made in person within two weeks of the missed test. Rewrite opportunities and dates are at the exclusive discretion of the professor.
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Unformatted text preview: Late assignments will not be accepted. The professor may grant extensions if the request is made prior to the due date, and the professor accepts the reason for the said request as bona fide. This is at the exclusive discretion of the professor of the course. Professional Behaviour Students are expected to attend and to complete reading and class assignments. Students are expected to be punctual for all classes, and to actively participate in all learning activities. In the event of absence, it is the responsibility of the student to contact the professor. Students are responsible for acquiring missed materials from their classmates. Students are expected to use business language and appropriate conduct when addressing faculty or other students or staff....
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This note was uploaded on 08/22/2009 for the course PERS 1301 taught by Professor Hollyseebach during the Fall '05 term at Niagara College.

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