- The final exam will be held on Tuesday, June 27 at 3:30p in LSK 200.
- Here is some useful information about the final exam.
- It will cover the entire syllabus for the course. Not all topics will be covered, as the exam can only be so long. However, since Unit 6 will not be assessed by a quiz, that material is guaranteed appear on the final.
- We remind you that it is your responsibility to get to the correct exam at the correct location at the correct time. Check and recheck your exam times and places.
- We will
**not**organise a special exam for you just because the flight you booked leaves before the exam.

**Old exams**- hosted on the Mathematics Department website.**A wiki of old exams**- developed by mathematics graduate students.

From the Faculty of Science web site: "Students who **miss a final exam** due to illness or extreme personal distress and would like to apply for a deferred exam (a.k.a. SD) must report to the Science Information Centre within 48 hours of the missed exam...." Your performance in a course up to the exam is taken into consideration in granting a deferred exam status (for example, failing badly generally means you won't be granted a deferred exam). In Mathematics, generally students sit the next available exam for the course they are taking, which could be several months after the original exam was scheduled.

A student who wishes to **view their final exam** for pedagogic purposes may initiate this process by filling out the appropriate Mathematics department form. Note that *this viewing of a final exam cannot change the grade of a final exam* (except in the case of an obvious addition or recording error). Requesting a regrade of a final exam would be done at the university level by initiating a review of assigned standing procedure.

- Student services has some helpful tips for dealing with exam related stress on this page.