Examination information

Final exams schedule - Spring-Summer term 2019
Information The following information can be modified or updated without warning up to 48 hours before the exam. It is your responsibility to check this web page regularly.

For exams divided into multiple classrooms, please check back at the beginning of April for classroom assignments by last name.

If you are registered with SASS-Academic Accommodations and wish to write your deferred/supplemental exam(s) with them, you must submit a request by email to the Exam Centre.

Course Section Date Time Room
MAT 1300 X00 27-Jul 19:00 CRXC140
MAT 1320 X00 29-Jul 19:00 MNT203
MAT 1322 X00 29-Jul 19:00 CRXC240
MAT 1330 X00 29-Jul 19:00 MHN033
MAT 1332 X00 29-Jul 19:00 DMS1160
MAT 1339 W00 28-Aug 14:00 FSS2005
MAT 1341 X00 26-Jul 19:00 CRXC240
MAT 1348 X00 26-Jul 14:00 CRXC140
MAT 1700 X00 27-Jul 19:00 CRXC140
MAT 1720 X00 29-Jul 19:00 MNT203
MAT 1722 X00 29-Jul 19:00 CRXC240
MAT 1730 X00 29-Jul 19:00 MHN033
MAT 1739 Y00 28-Aug 14:00 FSS2005
MAT 1741 W00 15-Jul 14:00 MHN257
MAT 1748 X00 26-Jul 9:30 MHN257
MAT 2322 X00 27-Jul 9:30 CRXC240
MAT 2377 X00 27-Jul 19:00 CRXC240
MAT 2379 X00 27-Jul 19:00 MNT202
MAT 2384 X00 26-Jul 19:00 CRXC140
MAT 3320 X00 27-Jul 14:00 MHN257
MAT 3341 X00 26-Jul 14:00 MHN257
MAT 3375 X00 27-Jul 9:30 MHN257
MAT 3377 X00 26-Jul 9:30 MRT205
CHM 1311 H00 30-Jul 9:00 CRXC140
CHM 1711 C00 30-Jul 9:00 CRXC140
CHM 2120 C00 10-Jul 13:00 CRXC140
CHM 2520 C00 10-Jul 13:00 CRXC140
BCH 2333 C00 28-Jun 9:30 MNT202
BCH 2733 B00 28-Jun 9:30 MNT202
PHY 1122 A00 26-Jul 9:30 FSS1006
PHY 1321 A00 31-Jul 9:30 DMS1140
PHY 1322 A00 27-Jul 9:30 CBYB202
PHY 1331 A00 31-Jul 9:30 DMS1140
PHY 1522 A00 27-Jul 14:00 CBYB202
PHY 1721 A00 26-Jul 14:00 FTX135
PHY 1731 A00 26-Jul 14:00 FTX135
PHY 2323 A00 29-Aug 9:30 FSS1007


Important information and procedures

For students writing finals, deferred or supplemental examinations for courses offered by the Faculty of Science

  1. If you are writing a final, a supplemental or a deferred examination, you do not have to register. You must show up for the exam at the correct date and time.
  2. Always bring your student card to every exam.
  3. Know the course section you are registered in.
  4. During an examination, you must not have in your possession recording or communications devices that have not been previously authorized, including cellular phones. Turn off these devices and bring them to the front of the exam room as you would all other materials in your possession (backpacks, books, etc.). Students in possession of such devices will be subject to an accusation of academic fraud.
  5. Only the following calculators are allowed during Faculty of Science examinations: Texas Instruments TI-30 and TI-34, Casio FX-260 and Casio FX-300 (scientific and non-programmable calculators).
  6. If you arrive more than 30 minutes late for an exam, you will not be allowed to write the exam. If this happens to you, report right away to the Office of Undergraduate Programs of the Faculty of Science, Gendron Hall, Room 172.
  7. The Faculty of Science examination timetable is posted on the Faculty website, as well as in Gendron Hall. Be sure to check and re-check the dates of your exams, as errors in reading the examination timetable are not accepted reasons to defer an exam.
  8. If the final exam of a course from the Faculty of Science is held in more than one room, how do I know in which room to go?

    You must consult the final examination timetable posted in Gendron Hall and on the web site of the Faculty of Science. t will show by alphabetical order of surname the rooms assigned for each exam.

    Example: BIO 1540 A
    GYM C: A – ESS;

  9. Random-seating for Faculty of Science final exams written in the gym(located in the basement of Montpetit Hall), on the ice rink MNO (also called the Minto Sports complex located on King Edward St) and in some classrooms:

    When you write a science final exam in a gym, on the ice rink or in some classrooms you are assigned a seat and to find which seat has been assigned to you, you must first know in which gym, ice rink or classroom you are writing. At the back of the gym, the ice rink or classrooms, the list of random-seating is posted by course and by section. Find your name and next to it you will see the seat assigned to you.

    • the gyms are identified - A and B, C and D, E and F
    • the ice rink area is identified MNO1, MNO2, MNO3
    • the seats in each gym are identified with numbers 1 to 154
    • the seats on the ice rink area are identified with numbers 1 to 190
    • the back of the seats in some classrooms are identified with numbers
    • The gyms and the ice rink open 30 minutes before the start of the exams
    • When you arrive in the gym or the ice rink, remain silent, put your bags and coats at the front or at the back of the gym or the ice rink, find out where you should sit and get prepared.
  10. At the start of the exam, one of the proctors will check your student card and ask you to sign the attendance sheet.
  11. At the end of the exam, one of the proctors will pick up your exam and/or exam booklet(s) and will indicate on the attendance sheet the number of exam booklets returned. Make sure that the correct number of exam booklets is indicated.
  12. If you are sick on the day of the exam:
    • If you unable to write an exam due to illness, see a physician before your exam. You must notify the academic secretariat of the faculty where you are registered and submit a medical certificate bearing the date of the absence within five working days of the exam date, except if extenuating circumstances prevent you from doing so; you must document these circumstances.
    • If you choose to go to University of Ottawa Health Services, let the receptionist know that the purpose of your visit is regarding an exam deferral.
    • If you write an examination during the period of disability specified on your medical certificate, you cannot later plead illness to appeal your examination results.
    • Consult the Justification of absence from an examination or of late submission of assignments section of the Academic Regulations

Good luck with your exams!

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