Once the exam schedule has been nalized the exam date will be posted on your SOLUS account.
Students living in the Kingston area will write their nal exam on Queen’s campus. Students writing
off campus will receive an email to their Queen’s email account with full details of date/time/location
of their exam. Please note: off campus exams will be held on the same day as Kingston exams, but the
start time may vary slightly due to the requirements of the off-campus exam centre.
When you registered for the course, you indicated the exam centre location. If you do not remember
the exam location you chose, or if you wish to change your exam location, please email:
or call 613-533-3322. The deadline for changing your e
xam centre can be foundon
the Queen's Arts & Science Online website. You must request the change prior to this deadline or
you will be subject to a non-refundable administrative fee of $100.00 per exam.
Location and Timing of Final Examinations
As noted in Academic Regulation 8.2.1, “the nal examination in any class offered in a term or session
(including Summer Term) must be written on the campus on which it was taken, at the end of the
appropriate term or session at the time scheduled by the Examinations Ofce.” The exam period is
listed in the key dates prior to the start of the academic year in the Faculty of Arts and Science
Academic Calendar and on the Ofce of the University Registrar’s webpage. A detailed exam
schedule for the Fall Term is posted before the Thanksgiving holiday; for the Winter Term it is posted
the Friday before Reading Week, and for the Summer Term the window of dates is noted on the Arts
and Science Online syllabus prior to the start of the course. Students should delay nalizing any
travel plans until after the examination schedule has been posted. Exams will not be moved or
deferred to accommodate employment, travel /holiday plans or ight reservations.
Calculators acceptable for use during quizzes, tests and examinations are intended to support the
basic calculating functions required by most Arts and Science courses. For this purpose, the use of
the Casio 991 series calculator is permitted and is the only approved calculator for Arts and Science
students. This inexpensive calculator sells for around $25 at the Queen's Campus Bookstore, Staples
and other popular suppliers of school and ofce supplies.
This course makes use of SharpScholar for quizzes. Be aware that by logging into the site, you will be
leaving onQ, and accessing SharpScholar's website. Your independent use of that site, beyond what is
required for the course (for example, purchasing the company’s products),is subject to SharpScholar's
below, before using the site.
This course also makes use of Crowdmark for online activities. Be aware that by logging into the site,
you will be leaving onQ, and accessing Crowdmark's website. Your independent use of that site,
beyond what is required for the course (for example, purchasing the company’s products),is subject to
the link(s) below, before using the site.