A student can view their summer-term final exam, by visiting the professor. Here's how the process works.
Exam viewing is scheduled for Thursday, September 3, between 10:00am and noon.
You can view your summer-term exam, which will include annotations and an assigned grade.
As you would expect, you cannot take a photo of the exam, or have a copy.
Also, you cannot annotate the exam.
Purpose of the exam viewing session:
The exam viewing session is intended to be an opportunity for you to review your work on the exam. As you probably know, we do not return exams to students. Exams are retained for a year, and then destroyed.
The exam viewing session is not intended to be a comprehensive and detailed review of your performance on the exam. You should probably expect the duration of an exam review session to be five or ten minutes.
During the exam review session, your professor will not re-teach material on the exam.
If you did not pass the exam, you are not permitted to ask for a “supplemental privilege”.
Tips and hints, for best results:
Do not assume that your professor will be available.
For best results, contact your professor, and indicate that you wish to view your exam. Make sure that you receive an acknowledgement from your professor.
If your professor is not available during the Thursday exam viewing timeframe, then make alternate arrangements (with your professor) to review the exam. If the professor will not be teaching during the fall term, then ask another professor (who teaches the course) for an appointment to review the exam.