Health Sciences
2012-2013 University Calendar

9 School of Physical and Occupational Therapy : 9.4 Student Evaluation and Promotion : 9.4.7 Examinations : Final Examinations
Instructors are not permitted to grant any special treatment regarding examinations to any student.
Formal final examinations are held during an examination period following the term in which the course is given. The dates of the examination periods are listed in the Important Dates ( Students are warned not to make travel arrangements to leave Montreal prior to the scheduled end of any examination period, and the publication of the final exam schedule. In some courses there is no final examination; standing in these courses is determined on the basis of term work and class tests.
Grades for final examinations and final course grades are presented to and approved by the OTPRC or PTPRC. Following the committee meetings, final grades will be made available on Minerva.
These regulations, and any variations to them, shall be made known to students by each faculty. Instructors are not permitted to grant any special treatment regarding examinations to any student. Students who believe there are circumstances which might justify making special examination arrangements for them or which might legitimately be taken into account in evaluating their performance should apply to the Associate Dean of their faculty. It is the responsibility of the student to confirm the date, time, and place of the examination by checking examination schedules posted on notice boards on campus or on the McGill Exams website at This information is not available by telephone. No student will be allowed to enter an examination later than one hour after it has started. For regulations pertaining to various faculties, please visit the individual faculty websites.
University Regulations Concerning Final Examinations and the University Student Assessment Policy can be found at:

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