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University of Calgary Calendar 2014-2015 Academic Regulations G. Examinations and Tests G.8 Debarment
G.8 Debarment

A student may be refused permission to write a final examination in a course, on the recommendation of the department concerned and with the concurrence of the dean of the faculty, in the following circumstances:

1. The student has neglected to do a substantial proportion of the written and/or laboratory assignments in a course of which these are an essential feature.

2. The student has not officially registered in the course.