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University of Calgary Calendar 2019-2020 Academic Regulations G. Examinations and Tests G.3 Conduct During In-Class Assessments and Final Examinations
G.3 Conduct During In-Class Assessments and Final Examinations

Students are expected to follow the Academic Misconduct and Non-Academic Misconduct policies during in-class assessments and final examinations. Instructors will provide guidelines for students to follow which may include authorized items permitted in a test or exam room and expectations on general student behaviour.

If an instructor/proctor suspects a student is in violation of one of these policies, they can take necessary actions to verify and/or address suspicious activity. If a student refuses to co-operate with an instructor/proctor, immediate action may be taken and the student may be investigated under either the Academic Misconduct policy or Non-Academic Misconduct policy.