14.1- Supplemental Examinations
There are no supplemental examinations in courses offered in the School of Nursing.
14.2- Scheduling of Final Examinations and Schedule Conflicts
Final examinations in courses that span more than one term (full-year courses) are held in April. Final examinations in Fall or Winter Term courses are held in December or April respectively. Normally, students are not permitted to take examinations unless they have registered on the prescribed date within the academic year in which they present themselves.
A student discovering a conflict (two examinations at the same hour, three examinations in a 24-hour period or an examination at the same hour as a religious observance) should report the conflict to the University Examinations Office, as soon as possible.
14.3- Access to Examination Papers
Final examination paper means the final examination question paper in a course and the graded answer paper written by the student which, by Senate policy, must be retained for a period of 12 months. Refer to Queen's University Senate Policy on Student Access to Final Examination Papers at https://www.queensu.ca/secretariat/policies. A test means the question paper in a course and the graded answer paper written by the student as part of course evaluation during a course and before the final examination.
The majority of tests and examinations in the School of Nursing are confidential and are not available for reference purposes. Refer to Queen's University Senate Policy on Confidential Exams at https://www.queensu.ca/secretariat/policies.