These pages contain links and information related to UC student's school career, in particular regarding grading policies. This information is updated throughout the school year resulting in possible changes to the menu and respective links.
At UC, grading is normally done according to the following pattern:
|Attendance and Mid-term exams||Grades for mid-term exams, for those students who sat for them, are posted at the end of the semester or school year, depending on the duration of the class.|
Exam period immediately following the last day of classes, available to all students except those who obtained a failing grade.
Depending on the college, registration for the exam may be required. Students should be aware that the rules for improving a grade are set by the respective professor.
|Recourse Exam||Exam period after final exams for all regular classes. Depending on the college, registration for the exam may be required. CANNOT BE USED TO IMPROVE A GRADE IF THE STUDENT RE-TAKES THE CLASS THE FOLLOWING YEAR.|
The final period for exams after which grades are posted.
This exam is restricted to students covered under the Regulation on Special Rights and students must register to take it. CANNOT BE USED TO IMPROVE A GRADE.
|Exceptional Exam||Exam period EXCLUSIVELY for student government leaders, firefighters and final year students, and which occurs at the start of each school year in October and mid-way through the school year in March. CANNOT BE USED TO IMPROVE A GRADE.|
|For more information please see|
|Regulation on Special Rights of Students|
|UC Pedagological Policy (RPUC)|