Have a Final Exam Conflict?
What is an exam conflict?
Two final exams scheduled at the same time
Three final exams scheduled in one day (between 9:00 AM and 9:00 PM)
An exam starting between 12:00am and 4:50am (this would only be relevant for students who are studying abroad)
Two or more final exams scheduled during the night (between 10pm and 7am in the student’s local time). This would only occur for students studying from abroad.)
Student has an external conflict (Final exam at Alexander College is at the same time as at another institution)
What is NOT an exam conflict?
Two exams scheduled in one day
Two exams scheduled back to back (45 minutes between the two exams)
Three exams scheduled in 24 hours
Personal reasons (concert, travel plans, etc.)
Reporting an Exam Conflict
To report an exam conflict, please e-mail
Your email must include the following information:
ALL courses you are taking this term Conflicting exam information:
Exam 1: Course name and section (e.g. ECON 103A), name of instructor, date and time
Exam 2: Course name and section (e.g. ENGL 100B), name of instructor, date and time
Exam 3 (
if in conflict): Course name and section (e.g. PSYC 217V), name of instructor, date and time
For an external conflicts please fill out “
” which is available online and email it to Tatiana Alamain Final Exam Deferral Form email@example.com with the following supporting documents:
Proof of same final exam dates/times at the other institution (the document must include your name)
All final exam conflicts must be reported
at least 10 business days before the last day of classes. The deadline to report exam issues this term is August 19th, 2021. Issues reported after the deadline may not be fixed. Exam conflicts reported after the due date are subject to Exam Deferral Fee ($150).