Final exam timetables are posted by the Office of the Registrar and list the location and time for each exam scheduled within the final examination period.
- First Term (December) exam timetables are posted at the end of October;
- Second Term (April) exam timetables are posted at the end of February;
- Summer (August) exam timetables are posted by mid-June.
Although a preliminary exam timetable will be made available earlier, changes may be made before the timetable is finalized. You are advised not to make travel or employment arrangements until after the final exam timetable has been posted.
Important information about exam timetables:
- Only courses that have exams scheduled by the Office of the Registrar in the official exam period (after classes end, but before end of term) are shown.
- Instructors are responsible for informing students of any changes made after the final exam timetable has been posted.
- Students must bring their UVic OneCard to their examination.
Exam period for Winter Session Second Term:
- Friday, April 7 to Tuesday, April 25, 2017 (excluding Sundays and Easter Weekend April 14, 15, 16 and 17).
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- GYM - McKinnon gymnasium
Exam period for Term 1 of the Summer Session:
- Tuesday, August 8 to Tuesday, August 18, 2017
Examinations for all other summer session courses held in terms 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 are held in class on the day noted on the course syllabus. Final examination dates for these terms are not listed on this website.
In the event that a final exam from term 1 conflicts with a regularly scheduled class time (term 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 or 7), students must contact the department and /or the instructor(s) as soon as possible to make alternate arrangements for the final exam (Term 1).
Final exam timetables:
- The final exam timetable will be released by mid June.
- The deferred and supplemental exam timetable will be released by the end of the third week in June.
For courses that finish in April, deferred and supplemental final examinations may be scheduled either by the department or by the Office of the Registrar. Deferred and supplemental final examinations scheduled by the Office of the Registrar are normally held the last three (3) working days of July.
The Office of the Registrar will send an email regarding deferred and supplemental examinations, with a link to the Application to Write Undergraduate Deferred and/or Supplemental Examinations. Students must complete the online application and pay the necessary fees by the second week of June. Please note that the Peter B. Gustavson School of Business will schedule deferred and supplemental examinations for their own students.
- Deferred final examinations organized through the Office of the Registrar may be written at the University as well as at various centres inside and outside British Columbia (locations are normally restricted to universities or colleges). The fee for each off-campus deferred exam is $60.00. There is no fee for deferred exams written on-campus.
- The fee for each on-campus supplemental exam is $50.00 and $60.00 for exams written off-campus.
- All exams will be written in HHB 105 unless otherwise indicated.
- Supplemental and deferred examination information may be found in the Academic Calendar.
All exams are stored for 12 months. Some are kept in the departmental office while others are stored in the Office of the Registrar. Exams stored in the Office of the Registrar are available for viewing according to the schedule below.
Exam viewing is now closed:
- We will re-open on Tuesday, May 16, 2017
- Room A109, Main Floor of the University Centre
The following exams are available for viewing:
*Please provide 48-hour notice to firstname.lastname@example.org to view exams from these terms.
If you're not able to find the information you're looking for below, please contact the Student Support Services in the Office of the Registrar.
The Exam Timetable is generated using every individual students' course registration so that students who are properly registered will not have conflicts in their exam times.
We also try to reduce the number of students writing back-to-back exams.
Requests for special dates of exams cannot be accommodated. Similarly, class votes on changes in the scheduled date of an exam cannot be approved.
The final examination timetable will be posted
- by the end of October for first term (December) exams
- by the end of February for second term (April) exams
- by mid-June for August exams
The preliminary timetables for April and December exams are posted earlier - you are advised not to make travel or employment arrangements based upon this preliminary information since changes may occur. Special arrangements can not be made for examinations that may conflict with such plans.
Examinations for Summer Session are held in the class period on the last day of the session in which a student is registered.
August exams (Term 1) are posted in mid June and are held in the first 2 weeks of August following BC Day.
Posted timetables are up to date as of the date on the listing.
Students who have two exams scheduled at the same time have an exam conflict. These are to be reported to the Exam Clerk at email@example.com or contact the instructor(s) as soon as possible to determine whether an alternate writing time is available. An evening exam on one day and a morning exam on the next day are not exam conflicts, nor are two exams in the same day.
If you have additional exam timetable questions, please contact the Examination Clerk
- (250) 721-8143
- Office of the Registrar, Main Floor - A wing, University Centre
You must submit a Request for Academic Concession.
Submit the Request for Academic Concession form along with documentation validating the absence (doctor's note, obituary notice).
A Request for Academic Concession must be submitted to Office of the Registrar as soon as possible after the examination and before the results of the examination are known. The request must be submitted within ten working days of the end of the examination period.
If you fall ill during an examination, report at once to the invigilator in charge. A student who completes all course requirements, including writing the final examination, is not eligible for an academic concession. Exceptions may only be considered by the dean (or designate) of the student's faculty if there is supporting documentation that the student was not medically or otherwise fit to make a decision on whether or not to write the examination.
Midterm exams are handled by the department of the course you are registered in. Contact them directly.
Deferred and Supplemental examination information may be found in the University Calendar.
If you have received an E grade in a course, the department is giving you the benefit of attempting the exam again because your original grade is between a D and F.
There are certain parameters that must be met to allow a supplemental, including not being on probation and being registered in 15 units. If you qualify, you will be sent details by email.
Exam viewing is held in the Office of the Registrar or the department. It is the decision of the department whether exams are sent to Undergraduate Records for storage.
Viewing of final written exams stored in the Office of the Registrar will start on the 3rd Tuesday after the December and April exam periods.
See final exam viewing for a list of written exams available for viewing in the Office of the Registrar.
For all courses that do not have a final exam grades are to be submitted 7 calendar days after the last day of class."
A 3 day delivery / processing time should be expected between the exam grade submission deadline and the point at which the grade will appear on the academic record.
If you are concerned that your grade has not appeared within the above-noted time frame, you should contact your instructor directly.
Since summer session 2014, instructors submit grades in percentages rather than letter grades.
The percentage grade, the corresponding letter grade and comparative grading information is displayed on official and administrative transcripts.
- Read the FAQ and look at a sample transcript
- Grade point average (GPA) calculations and assessment of academic standing are based on the 9-point scale as outlined by the Office of the Registrar.
- Comparative grading information appears on the transcript for classes graded with percentage grades that have 6 or more registered students
- Courses not graded with percentage grades do not show comparative grading information for the section
- Law courses do not display comparative grading information
You will need to fill out a grade review request form.
There is a $25.00 per course charge for a formal review as all course work may be reviewed by a separate panel. If the grade goes up, you will have your money returned.
If you have questions about requesting a grade review, please contact the Grades Clerk
Students requiring specific specialized accommodations during exams or special invigilating are required to complete the appropriate form at the Resource Centre for Students With a Disability (RCSD), Campus Services Building, (250) 472-4947.
If you seek accommodation of religious observance, please refer to the section in the University calendar.