Only the faculties of Medicine, Education, Law and Engineering offer supplemental examinations. Here’s how it works for each faculty:
Faculty of Medicine: If you are enrolled in a 1000-level ANP course and receive an “E” grade, you can write a supplemental examination. If you have failed a final exam during your undergraduate medical studies, you can write a supplemental examination.
Faculty of Education: You must either write a supplemental examination or submit an additional assignment. If you fail a course, you have the right to one supplemental examination. You must receive a grade of 60% or “S.” You have a maximum of 12 months to complete the course requirements.
Faculty of Law, Common Law Section: If you have a grade point average of 3.5 or higher in courses taken in the last academic year, you can write a supplemental examination for each course failed that year. You must either write a supplemental examination or submit an additional assignment.
Faculties of Engineering: You may write a supplemental examination if you meet the following conditions:
- You’re in your final year of studies.
- You’ve only failed one course during your final year of studies.
- The course you’ve failed is offered by the Faculty of Engineering.