Exam Schedule - Fall 2010


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Schedule of Examinations for the Fall Semester 2010

as of September 17, 2010

Time Thursday, December 9 Room

9:00am

CH 211 Ancient Church
PT 311 Church Dyn. & Pastoral Practice

    3
    1

2:00pm             

PTC 261 Human Personality               

    3

 

Time Friday, December 10 Room

9:00am             

OT 011 Hebrew 1a
OT 013 Hebrew 3a
CH 321 Church in the Modern Age     

    3
    2
    1

 

Time Monday, December 13 Room

9:00am             

ST 101 Prolegomena
OT 323 Poetry & Wisdom

 2 & 3
   1

2:00pm  NT 011aa  (Sect 1) Greek 1aa
NT 011aa (Sect 2) Greek 1aa
NT 012a Greek 2a
NT 012b Greek 1b
PTC 221 Counseling & Physiology
    2
    4
    3
    6
    1
6:30pm  PTC 251 Marriage Counseling 
OT 131 Biblical Theology I                  
    3
    1

 

Time Tuesday, December 14 Room
9:00am             

AP 101 (Sect 1) Intro. to Apologetics
OT 211 OTHT I

3
1

2:00pm

ST 211 Doctrine of Man

1 & 2

6:30pm  ST 131 Survey of Ref. Theology       1

 

Time Wednesday, December 15 Room

9:00am

NT 311 Epistles & Revelation

    1

2:00pm

NT 013c Greek C
PT 031P Adv. Theol. Writing  

    6
 Craig

6:30pm              

CH 131 Surv. of Church History       

    1

 

Time Thursday, December 16 Room

9:00am

NT 111 New Testament Introduction

    3

2:00pm

NT 211 Gospels

   1

6:00pm              

AP 101 (S2) Apologetics

OT 141 OT for Ministry  

    1

2

 

Time Friday, December 17 Room

9:00am          

PT 211 Doctrine of Church     
CH 311 Reformation
   2
   1

 

Please Note:  All examinations must be completed by the last day of the exam period
OR an Incomplete must be requested from the Registrar’s Office.


 
Students who must take an exam at a time other than the scheduled time but within the examination period must do the following:

  1. Submit a Request to Reschedule Final Exam Form to the Student Affairs Office.  Forms are available online and in the rack outside the office Student Affairs Office located in Machen.
  2. Secure initial approval of the Dean of Students, then the approval of the professor.
  3. Approvals must be secured at least one week prior to the beginning of the exam period.

Students must abide by the institutional honor code policy during examinations and sign the following pledge:  I pledge my honor that I have neither given nor received any assistance--verbal, written, or electronic---on this examination beyond that specifically permitted by the instructor in charge.

In its discussions related to the Honor System in the spring of 1993 the faculty decided to change its policy with regard to allowing extra time on final examinations for students whose native language is not English. Instead of allowing extra time for such students, professors would seek to compensate for language difficulty in other ways that would be appropriate for their particular courses.  Students with questions about this policy should see their individual professors or the Academic Dean or the Dean of Students.