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General Policies and Procedures for Examinations
Find Your Exam ID
1. Log into DORI
2. Go to your student role (in upper right, click Go to dropdown and select Student)
3. Click the Academics tab
4. Browse to the School of Law Resources channel (scroll down to lower left)
5. Select your Term and Exam and your unique exam number will be displayed.
SAVE THIS NUMBER TO YOUR CELL PHONE OR LAPTOP FOR EASY REFERENCE
Make-Up Exam Requests
Examination schedules will not be altered except for reasons stated in the Exam Conflicts Policy. Those students with a conflict must complete the Examination Time Conflict Request Form and return it to the Law School Registrar's Office. The Law School Registrar's Office will then contact the student when the decision has been made about which exam will be moved to a make-up day. All make-up exams will be administered on one of the make-up days listed on the final exam schedule. Requests for reasons other than those listed in the policy must be submitted in a formal petition to the Academic Status Committee. Make-up exam requests will not be granted based on employment-related conflicts or personal commitments such as weddings and vacations.
Review of Graded Exams
Any student wishing to review a graded examination must complete an Exam Review Request form and return it to the Law School Main Office. Graded exams may only be viewed in the Main Office of the Law School or with the professor who administered the exam. Copies of any graded exam may not be made. It takes 24 to 48 hours to complete the request to review a graded exam. Students must know their anonymous exam number for that specific semester in order to review their exams.