Exams are in conflict when:
Two or more exams are scheduled at the same time.
A morning exam* is followed by an afternoon exam.
An afternoon exam** is followed by an exam the subsequent morning.
A full day, professor-scheduled exam*** is followed by an exam the subsequent morning.
Three or more exams are scheduled on consecutive days.
* "Morning exam" is defined as any exam that begins during the morning exam period.
** "Afternoon exam" is defined as any exam that begins during the afternoon period.
*** "Full Day, Professor-Scheduled Exam" is defined as a professor-scheduled exam that lasts for more than four hours.
Students may move an exam in conflict but must take the conflicting exam on the first available make-up date that breaks the conflict. Under no circumstances is a student allowed to take a make-up exam earlier than the scheduled exam date. Make-up dates are noted on the exam schedule. Students request a make-up date on the term Exam Conflict Form (deadline for Spring 2015 is 5:00 p.m. Friday, April 3).