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4. Students with conflicting final examination times, three or more final examinations in one day, or other legitimate academic conflicts (such as a licensing examination or conference presentation), may consult with their teacher(s) to arrange an alternative final examination
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Official BYU Policy Page | 2 Faculty Examination Policy – June 11, 2007 place and time, preferably during the Final Examination Period but in all cases prior to the Grade Submission Deadline. 5. Students must plan their schedules to complete their final examinations during the regularly scheduled examination times. If unplanned, non‐academic extenuating circumstances (such as serious illness, personal injury, etc.) prevent completion of a final examination before the Grade Submission Deadline, an Incomplete Grade Contract (available from the Records Office) should be completed and submitted. 6. Any exception to this policy must be authorized by the chair and dean. APPLICABILITY : This policy applies to all students and faculty. IMPLEMENTING PROCEDURES : N/A RESPONSIBLE UNIVERSITY OFFICER : Academic VP RESPONSIBLE UNIVERSITY OFFICE : Office of the Associate Academic VP – Undergraduate Education
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