Final examinations are given for most School of Law courses. Examinations may be open or closed book, essay or objective, or a combination of the above. Midterm examinations (which may or may not count toward the semester grade) are given during the fall semester in first-year courses and may also be given in other courses throughout the school year.
- To use ExamSoft (your laptop computer) for your fall 2016 final exams, review use of laptops.
- Other available accommodations:
Submit an exam accommodation request to the Office of the Registrar no later than Monday, October 31, 2016 if you need any of the above accommodations.
For scheduling purposes, it is necessary that all exam accommodation requests be processed at the same time. This can often take a few weeks to complete. Exam accommodation results will be emailed to each student on Tuesday, November 15, 2016.
**Effective fall 2015, the exam accommodation policy has changed. The new policy will be: An exam conflict will be defined as two or more examinations in one calendar day only. An evening exam followed by a morning exam is no longer considered an exam conflict.