Exam Information

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All first year exams will begin at 9 a.m. and all upper level course exams will begin at 1:30 p.m. (unless otherwise noted)

Note: these spreadsheets  contain information for in-class examinations. Courses that have final papers or take home exams are generally not listed here.

  • Exam Conflict Form   (Deadline: November 21, 2014 – no exceptions after unless an emergency arises) * PLEASE  LIST ENTIRE EXAM SCHEDULE ON THE FORM SO THAT WE WILL NOT CREATE ANOTHER CONFLICT WHEN RESCHEDULING AN EXAM *
    • What constitutes a conflict?
      • Two  exams starting at the SAME time on the SAME day;
      • Two  exams STARTING within 23 hours (i.e. A 9:00 a.m. exam on Thursday followed by  a 1:30 PM exam on Thursday or a 1:30 PM exam on Thursday followed by a 9:00 AM  exam on Friday.) Note that having a 1:30 PM exam on consecutive days (i.e. Thursday & Friday)  is NOT by itself a conflict.
  • Archived Exams
  • Exam Numbers

Exam 4

  • Click on the exam4 link to download the software. The software will walk you through the first few steps and then you should follow along with the step-by-step instructions provided
  • Helpful Exam4 Software Tips
  • EXAM4 Software  – The download for fall 2014 midterms and finals is not yet available. An email will be sent by the registrar office when available. Estimated available date for midterms is September 22, 2014.

IMPORTANT NOTE:  Exam4 will not support Macintosh OS X 10.10 Yosemite for fall 2014 exams. Windows 9 will not be supported for fall 2014 or spring 2015 exams. We encourage you to not purchase or upgrade to these operating systems for the 2014-15 academic year. If you have one of these operating systems please plan to use another computer for exams or see Laura Dean in the registrar office to discuss other options.

Take Home Exam Instructions

  • Approximately one to two business days before a take-home exam is scheduled to become available to students, the Registrar will send the class an instructional email regarding the take-home exam.

Who to Contact Regarding Emergencies that Interfere with Taking Exams

If you experience an emergency that interferes with your ability to sit for an exam, please contact Registrar Laura Dean (dean.201@osu.edu 292-5992) or Assistant Dean Monte Smith (smith.747@osu.edu 688-4676) as soon as possible. If the emergency involves the onset or exacerbation of a mental, physical or emotional disability, please contact Monte Smith to discuss appropriate accommodations. Please do not contact your professor, we will handle it, so that we can help protect your anonymity.