Lost or Misplaced Exams and Exam Retention
Lost or Misplaced Exams
A student whose examination books have been lost or misplaced after receipt by the proctor or instructor may elect to take a grade of "P" (Pass) for the course or to take a make up examination. An examination that was submitted in electronic format and can be reproduced is not considered a lost or misplaced exam for purposes of this policy. In all other circumstances involving lost or misplaced examinations, the student should secure the consent of the instructor and the Assistant Dean for Finance and Administration or Associate dean for Academic Affairs to take a make up examination in order to receive credit for the course.
Written or electronically recorded work product that is factored into the student’s grade for a law school course shall be maintained by the instructor for a period of one year, unless such work product is returned to the student.