College of Pharmacy Student Handbook 2023-2024

114 Barry and Judy Silverman College of Pharmacy 2023–2024 Examination Start 1. E nter the examination password into Examplify. 2. Start the examination. During Examination 1. Keep your device straight in front of you and keep your gaze directed to your area. 2. If you feel there is a problem with a question, email the course coordinator after the examination. No questions regarding examination content will be answered during the examination. Items are reviewed by the course coordinator after the examination and adjustments are made when warranted. Examination End 1. Submit your examination in Examplify by following the on-screen prompts, reconnecting to Wi-Fi, and uploading the examination file. Once the exam file is successfully uploaded, a green upload confirmation screen will appear. 2. Quietly, gather your device, scratch paper, and seating cards (if applicable) and walk to the proctor at the front of the examination room. 3. Show the green upload confirmation screen to the proctor and tap on “return to dashboard.” 4. Turn in scratch paper, seating cards (if applicable), and any approved paper materials (e.g., formula sheet). 5. Quietly, pack belongings and leave the examination room when the proctor signals. Policy on Reviewing Examinations In order that examinations may be a learning experience, as well as a means of evaluation, all examinations will normally be made available to the students no later than one week after the examination. At the discretion of the course coordinator, students may request to review their examination up to one week after the grade is posted in Canvas. Final Grades At the end of each course, after review by the department chair, the course coordinator submits to the associate dean of the student’s program a final grade for each student. Once reviewed, the grades are released to the students by the course coordinator.