Exam Schedule

The Office of the Registrar provides the most up to date final examination information in both its preliminary and final stages, and provides a personalized exam schedule for current students.

Active Exam Schedules

Important: The Preliminary December 2014 Mid-Year Test & Examination schedule is now available through the link below. DO NOT MAKE TRAVEL ARRANGEMENTS BASED ON THIS SCHEDULE.  CHANGES WILL BE MADE.  The FINAL December 2014 Mid-Year Test & Examination schedule will be posted here by 9:00AM on November 11, 2014

Click here to view all active exam schedules.

Distance Studies Examinations are available in the above main exam schedule listing.  If you are looking for information on Distance Midterm Tests or Examination Locations, view Distance Studies Examinations.

Personal Exam Schedules

By logging into Student Services  students can access a personalized version of their final exams once the final version of the schedule is available. It is your responsibility to read and interpret your schedule appropriately, i.e correct time/date/location of test or exam.

Exam Conflicts and Multiple Exam situations

(December and April exam periods only)

Exam Conflict

A conflict is defined as two FINAL exams scheduled at the same time.

If you have two FINAL examinations scheduled in the same time slot (ie. two exams scheduled at 2:00pm on the same day), you will be receiving an e-mail to your Western or @uwo.ca account, which will provide details on how to proceed and appropriate people to contact.

Multiple Exam Situation

A multiple exam situation is defined as:

3 or more exams/midterm tests scheduled within 3 consecutive periods or 23 hours,

4 or more exams/midterm tests scheduled within 6 consecutive periods or 47 hours, or

5 or more exams/ midterm tests scheduled within 9 consecutive periods or 71 hours

 

A period refers to the morning, afternoon or evening slot on an exam day.

If you are in any of the above listed situations, you will be receiving an e-mail to your Western or @uwo.ca account in the middle of March, which will provide details on how to proceed.

By maintaining BOTH a Conflict and a Multiple Exam policy, it is Western University’s objective to provide students with a fair exam schedule. We remain committed to supporting all students during their studies here.

Examples:

A)     Three exams in 23 hours or 3 exams in 3 consecutive periods could  be exams scheduled as follows:

Exam Period

Day 1

Day 2

9:00AM

 

Exam 3

2:00PM

Exam 1

 

7:00PM

Exam 2

 

 

B)     Four exams in 47 hours, or 4 exams in 6 consecutive periods could be exams scheduled as follows:

Exam Period

Day 1

Day 2

9:00AM

Exam 1

 

2:00PM

 

Exam 3

7:00PM

Exam 2

Exam 4

 

C)    Five exams in 71 hours, or 5 exams in 9 consecutive periods could be exams scheduled as follows:

Exam Period

Day 1

Day 2

Day 3

9:00AM

Exam 1

 

Exam 4

2:00PM

 

Exam 3

Exam 5

7:00PM

Exam 2

 

 

 

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