1.  The period between 6:00 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. should be kept free for
    examinations, thus providing an examination period from 6:15 until
    7:15 p.m. and travel periods of 15 minutes before and after the

2.  During this 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. period, the scheduling of class
    meetings is strongly discouraged.  However, instructors who elect
    to hold a class during this period must automatically excuse from
    class any student whose attendance is required at a formally
    scheduled evening examination in another course.  This upholds the
    primacy of formally scheduled evening exams over class meetings
    during the evening examination period.

3.  Dates and rooms for all such evening examinations should be
    announced to the class within ten days of the start of the
    semester, at which time it would be useful to explain the
    advantages of this examination schedule to the students involved.

4.  A regular class hour should be omitted for each hour of
    examinations given at other times.

5.  If a student is scheduled to take two evening examinations at the
    same time, the faculty member running the course with the higher
    final digit (or digits) in schedule number shall be required to
    offer a make-up examination.  Proof of conflict shall be supplied
    by the student.

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