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IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT FINAL EXAMS

Semester 2 Final Exams begin on June 20, 2019 and end on June 26, 2019

Please see the attached .pdf(s) for June 2019 Final Exam information. At St. Thomas More, we operate a one period - one day exam schedule that looks as follows:
Day 1: Period 1 Exam
Day 2: Period 2 Exam
Day 3: Period 3 Exam
Day 4: Period 4 Exam
Day 5: Period 5 Exam

Please keep the following important points in mind:
*The particular dates of final exams can be found in the school website calendar.
*Please note that all Final Exams at St. Thomas More are written in classrooms (see your teacher for this information) and begin promptly at 8:30 a.m. Additionally, the following should be kept in mind:
*Students should be in the exam areas no later than 8:20 a.m.
*Missing an exam will result in a mark of zero (0). Students who are absent for an exam due to a medical reason must provide a doctor's note to a Vice-Principal prior to discussing a rescheduling of the exam - otherwise a mark of zero (0) will be allocated.
*Students must be in full uniform in order to write their final exam. No coats or bags should be brought to an examination location.
*Electronic devices are not permitted in the examination areas.
*All textbooks are to be returned to the course teacher prior to the exam.
*In the event of a school closure or bus cancellations (even if schools are open) exams will be pushed back to the next day (ex. Wednesday's exams will be written on Thursday). Please watch/listen to your local radio or television newscast for closures.
*Students and parents should also access our "Exams" section under the "Learn" tab on the website. This area provides helpful tips and strategies for students writing final exams.
*NOTE: Some courses will have in-class examinations outside the examination days. In-class examinations carry the same level of importance as exams written during the exam days and are subject to the same rules and guidelines.

The following websites are useful to assist students in preparing for exams:
Study Tips for Exams: http://www.wikihow.com/Study-For-E ...
Study Guides and Strategies: http://www.studygs.net
How to Study: http://www.howtostudy.org/index.ph ...
How to Study: http://www.how-to-study.com/
How to Improve Your Study Skills: http://www.studytips.org/

Click on the link below for the Student Information Package:

Good luck Knights!







IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT FINAL EXAMS