At the beginning of each course, instructors will outline the method of evaluation used in determining the final grades. Students must be available for final examinations at the scheduled times or they may be granted a grade calculated based on work completed throughout the semester. Students have access to review their final exam within two months after the date of the final examination.

Exam Locations

ONLINE - Your instructor will provide you with the information to access your online final exam.
CC FH4 - listed as Old Gym on the Clearwater Campus Map.
SSWC FH3 - last field house in the Syncrude Sport and Wellness Centre.
CC195, CC224, CC239, CC267, CC273, CC282 and CC283 are all classrooms on Clearwater Campus.
S105, S107, S112, S205 S207 and S214 are all located in the Syncrude Technology Centre on Clearwater Campus.

Final Exam Schedule

Winter 2023 - updated 20230421
Course Section Date Start Time Room
ARTH 102 INTA 2023-04-19 13:00 ONLINE
BIOL 030 A 2023-04-24 13:00 FH3
BIOL 107 A 2023-04-24 13:00 FH3
BIOL 108 (rescheduled) A 2023-04-20 9:00 FH3
BUS  103 A 2023-04-19 9:00 S105
BUS  103 B 2023-04-19 9:00 S107
BUS  103 C 2023-04-26 13:00 S112
BUS  107 (rescheduled) ABLD 2023-04-25 9:00 ONLINE
BUS  107 (rescheduled) B 2023-04-20 9:00 FH3
BUS  107 (rescheduled) BAV 2023-04-20 9:00 FH3
BUS  107 (rescheduled) HR 2023-04-20 9:00 FH3
BUS  110 A 2023-04-21 14:00 CC273
BUS  110 B 2023-04-21 14:00 S212 & S218
BUS  110 ES 2023-04-21 14:00 CC273
BUS  111 A 2023-04-21 14:00 S205 & S207
BUS  117 A 2023-04-18 13:00 S105

BUS  117


B 2023-04-20 9:00 CC282
BUS  117 C 2023-04-18 13:00 S216
BUS  117 E 2023-04-19 18:00 CC267
BUS  117 ES 2023-04-19 18:00 CC267
BUS  117 HR 2023-04-18 13:00 S105
BUS  130 A 2023-04-25 13:00 ONLINE
BUS  130 B 2023-04-24 13:00 ONLINE
BUS  130 INTS 2023-04-25 18:00 ONLINE
BUS  210 A 2023-04-26 13:00 CC282

BUS  232


A 2023-04-25 9:00 ONLINE

BUS  260


E 2023-04-20 18:00 CC273
BUS  278 E 2023-04-20 18:00 CC267
CHEM 025 A 2023-04-21 14:00 FH3
CHEM 030 A 2023-04-21 14:00 FH3
CHEM 101 A 2023-04-19 13:00 FH3
CHEM 102 A 2023-04-24 13:00 FH3
CHEM 105 A 2023-04-24 13:00 FH3
CHEM 261 A 2023-04-26 13:00 FH3
COMSC175 A 2023-04-26 13:00 FH3
EAS  105 A 2023-04-21 14:00 FH3
EAS  208 A 2023-04-24 13:00 FH3
ECON 101 (rescheduled) A 2023-04-22 13:00 CC224
ECON 102 A 2023-04-24 9:00 FH3
ECON 102 INTS 2023-04-24 9:00 FH3
EDU  210 A 2023-04-24 13:00 FH3
ENCMP100 A 2023-04-21 14:00 CC239
ENGL 125 E 2023-04-20 18:00 S207
ENGL 126 A 2023-04-20 13:00 FH3
ENGL 20-1 A 2023-04-20 13:00 FH3
ENGL 289 A 2023-04-21 14:00 FH3
ENGL 30-1 (rescheduled) A 2023-04-25 13:00 FH3
ENPHY131 A 2023-04-26 13:00 FH3
ENVT 163 A 2023-04-19 13:00 FH3
ENVT 165 A 2023-04-21 14:00 FH3
ENVT 265 A 2023-04-18 13:00 FH3
ENVT 266 A 2023-04-20 13:00 FH3
ENVT 268 A 2023-04-26 13:00 FH3
ENVT 270 A 2023-04-21 14:00 FH3
GEOG 105 INTA 2023-04-24 13:00 S105
HE ED102 A 2023-04-26 13:00 ONLINE
HIST 261 A 2023-04-21 14:00 FH3
MATH 101 A 2023-04-20 13:00 FH3
MATH 102 A 2023-04-18 13:00 FH3
MATH 10C AHF 2023-04-19 13:00 CC212
MATH 20 2 A 2023-04-24 13:00 FH3
MATH 30 1 A 2023-04-19 13:00 FH3
MATH 30 2 A 2023-04-19 13:00 FH3
MATH1115 A 2023-04-20 13:00 FH3
MATH1120 A 2023-04-18 13:00 FH3
NATST201 A 2023-04-19 13:00 CC267
NURS 116 A 2023-04-26 13:00 CC195
NURS 124 A 2023-04-19 13:00 CC224
NURS 125 A 2023-04-21 14:00 CC224
NURS 200 A 2023-04-24 13:00 ONLINE
NURS 217 BHF 2023-04-24 13:00 ONLINE
NURS 224 BHF 2023-04-21 14:00 ONLINE
NURS 311 ITS2 2023-04-26 13:00 ONLINE
NURS 422 INTA 2023-04-17 13:00 ONLINE
NUTR 100 A 2023-04-26 13:00 FH3
OA   107 A 2023-04-21 14:00 CC282
OA   109 A 2023-04-19 13:00 CC282
OA   122 A 2023-04-24 13:00 CC267
OA   146 A 2023-04-25 13:00 CC282
PAPHY105 AHF 2023-04-19 13:00 ONLINE
PHARM130 AHF 2023-04-21 14:00 ONLINE
PHIL 102 A 2023-04-20 9:00 FH3
PHIL 217 A 2023-04-18 9:00 FH3
PHYS 030 A 2023-04-26 13:00 FH3
PHYS 126 A 2023-04-18 13:00 FH3
PN   156 A 2023-04-24 13:00 ONLINE
POLSC101 E 2023-04-18 18:00 S212
POLSC211 (rescheduled) A 2023-04-21 13:00 FH3
PSYCH105 E 2023-04-24 18:00 S207
PSYCH241 A 2023-04-24 9:00 FH3
PSYCH282 A 2023-04-26 13:00 FH3
SOCY 100 (rescheduled) INTS 2023-04-22 13:00 ONLINE
SOCY 260 INTS 2023-04-20 9:00 ONLINE
SOCY 301 INTS 2023-04-18 9:00 ONLINE
SOST 30-1 A 2023-04-26 13:00 FH3
SOWK 120 A 2023-04-20 9:00 CC267
SOWK 125 A 2023-04-21 14:00 CC267
SOWK 220 A 2023-04-18 9:00 CC267
SOWK 235 (rescheduled) A 2023-04-24 9:00 CC267
STAT 151 A 2023-04-25 14:00 FH3

Reminders for Students

◾Bring photo ID to your scheduled exams

◾Students are expected to arrive on time - students arriving late will not be eligible for deferred or supplemental exams.

Challenge Exam
Students who have acquired skills or knowledge through experience and/or related courses which are relevant to the content of a course offered at Keyano College may be granted credit for such a course by requesting and passing a challenge examination.
  • Submit a Challenge Examination Request form to the Office of the Registrar.
  • Final decision on granting or denying permission for a challenge exam is made cumulatively by the course instructor, the program chair and the Registrar.
  • If permission is granted, the exam must be written within two weeks after approval unless otherwise indicated.
  • There is a non-refundable fee of 50% of the course tuition per challenge exam.
  • The grade recorded for a successful exam is "CR", which is not calculated in the student's GPA.
  • A challenge exam does not apply to any course offerings at Keyano College that are subject to external accrediting agencies.
  • No student shall receive advanced credit and/or accumulate challenge exam credits in excess of 50% of total required for graduation in certificate and diploma programs, except in exceptional circumstances.
  • Students who fail a course will not be allowed to write a challenge exam for that course within two years of failing that course.
Deferred Exam
Students who are unable to comply with the established dates and times for final exams can apply for exam deferral.  Valid reasons for deferral include:
  1. Bereavement
  2. Personal illness or injury
  3. Religious observances
  4. Domestic affliction
  5. Disability
  6. Final Exams scheduled concurrently

Documentation (medical certificate, death certificate, accident report, etc.) will be required to support a deferral request.  All medical documentation must be provided to Health Services for verification. 

Application for deferral must be made prior to the examination or within 48 hours of the formal scheduled time.  

Students must complete the Deferred Examination Application Form for deferred final examination.  In the event the student is unable to complete the form within 48 hours, the Chair will be notified by the student and the form will be completed by the student within one week of the scheduled examination change. 

  • The application form will be initiated by the student and provided to the instructor. 
  • The instructor, upon completion of their portion, regardless of whether or not the deferral is recommended at their level, will forward the form to the Chair.
  • The Chair, regardless of whether or not the deferral is recommended at their level, will forward the form to the Office of the Registrar. 

If the application is denied, the Office of the Registrar will send a letter indicating the reason for denial to the student. 

If the application is approved, the student and instructor will be notified via email.  The student must schedule the exam with Testing Services.   

The student will receive a grade of DE (deferred exam) until revised grades are received.

The deferred exam must be written within 20 business days of the original examination date for the course, unless otherwise indicated.  A deferred exam may be written prior to the scheduled exam if mutually agreed upon. 

Deferred exams may be written at the same time as supplemental exams.

Supplemental Exam
Supplemental Final Exam is an additional final exam. Eligibility will be determined by the following criteria:
  • Prior to the final exam, the student must have achieved a summative grade equal to or better than 60% for College Preparation, 65% for Trades programs or a C- in all other courses.
  • All course work must be complete up to the time of the final evaluation. 
  • The student must have written the final examination and as a result earned a course final grade less than 60% in college preparation courses, less than 65% in Trades, or less than a C- in all other courses. 
  • A final exam graded zero as a result of Academic Misconduct will not result in eligibility for a supplemental exam. 
  • Courses which are part of a collaborative degree will follow policies of the degree-granting institution.

Students who pass the course with a grade sufficient for progression to subsequent courses or programs will not be eligible to write a supplemental exam.

  1. A student must complete a Supplemental Examination Application Form for a supplemental final examination no later than 10 business days after final course grades are posted.
  • The student will submit the form to the instructor of the course. 
  • After completing the form, including grades, the instructor will forward it to the Chair. 
  • Upon completion, the student will submit the form together with the fee as indicated in the Credit Calendar to the Office of the Registrar.  The fee is non-refundable, except with the denial of the request. 

The Registrar will review the student’s application and may grant or deny permission to write a supplemental final exam.  The reason for a denial only, will be recorded on the application form. 

  • If an application is denied, the Registrar will advise the student in writing of the reasons for denial. 
  • If the application is approved, the student and instructor will be notified via email.  The student must schedule the exam with Testing Services or with the Chair or Instructor

The supplemental final examination must be written within 10 business days of the approval unless otherwise indicated. Supplemental final examinations can be written in the same time period as deferred exams. 

  • Not more than one supplemental final exam will be allowed in any one course per term/intake.  A student may be allowed to write a second supplemental final exam if the student repeats the course.
  • Maximum of two supplemental final exams will be allowed per academic year.
  • The supplemental exam mark will replace the initial final exam mark.
  • The maximum recordable grade as a result of a supplemental final exam would be a blended mark for the supplemental final exam and the course work as per the course outline. 

Apprenticeship students have access to supplemental College final examinations. However, if the apprentice cannot write the College supplemental final examination prior to the scheduled GoA – Apprenticeship and Industry Training (AIT) Branch Exam sitting at the College, the apprentice is responsible to make their own arrangements with AIT to write the AIT Branch Exam at another time.