Examination Rewrites

Examination rewrites will only be accepted from those who received notification of results in the X and Y categories. Students will only be allowed to rewrite the examination on one occasion. Students with a Z grade and students unsuccessful in their second attempts will be required to re-enrol as continued tuition students or re-enter an in-class program. Rewrite results will be based on the final examination only. In-class or tutorial marks may not be carried over. Students should ensure that they obtain any course revisions and updates, where applicable.

Students can register for an exam rewrite on the website by logging into their online account, clicking on “My Student Records” to find the course with the rewrite option and then clicking on “Rewrite” to register for the next examination session.

Rewrites from a July exam will be written in the December exam session.
• Registration deadline is October 15.

Rewrites from a December exam will be written in the April exam session.
• Registration deadline is February 15.

Rewrites from an April exam will be written in the July or December exam session.
• Registration deadline is June 1 for the July exam session.
• Registration deadline is October 15 for the December exam session.

Prior to registering for an exam rewrite, where extenuating circumstances exist, students may submit a request in writing to the Registrar for an alternate exam session. The alternate session shall be the subsequent one, and the timeframe from the original exam to the rewrite may not exceed one year. Students are responsible for obtaining textbook updates and changes. Students may withdraw from the exam session prior to the registration deadline, subject to the withdrawal fee on the fee schedule. Other exam session change requests are subject to the Institute’s deferral policy.

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