Examinations (Midterm & Final)

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Examinations (Midterm & Final)

Examinations (Midterm & Final)

Academic Year 2022 – 2023 Trimester 1 Trimester 2 Trimester 3 Summer
Midterm examination period: October 10 – 30, 2022 February 6 – 26, 2023 May 22 – June 11, 2023 TBA
Final examination period: December 6 – 12, 2022 April 3 – 9, 2023 July 17 – 23, 2023 August 31 – September 1, 2023

Midterm and Final Examination Rules:

Students are not allowed to engage in any of the following actions:
  1. Using or attempting to use textbooks, notes, message, study aids, calculators, computers, papers, electronic devices, electronic file, electronic means or any other documents without prior authorization by the instructor during the examination.
  2. Possessing written notes on body parts, paper or other objects during examination. NB. This applies to both notes related to the examination topic and notes not related to the examination topic.
  3. Sending a substitute to take an examination or acting as a substitute for another student at any examination.
  4. Plagiarizing assigned work or copying others’ works.
  5. Having a cell phone or any other communication device on one’s person during the examination.
  6. Having anything other than writing instruments, examination papers and answer sheets on the desk during the examination.
  7. Sending and/or receiving an examination paper and/or answer sheet via e-mail or any other electronic media during examination unless approved by the lecturer.
  8. Copying, taking a photo, tearing or bringing the examination paper, answer book, question paper, and/or answer sheet out of the examination room unless approved by the lecturer.
  9. Unauthorized communication during the examination.
The decision to investigate any violations is at the discretion of the Investigating Committee. Penalty for cheating includes but is not limited to:
  1. Grade F for the subject
  2. Grade F for all subjects registered in the trimester
  3. Academic suspension for the next regular trimester
  4. Dismissal
All essays, projects, thesis and thematic papers must be the student’s own original work. Plagiarism could lead to the aforementioned punishments.

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