The End Course Assessment is similar to a final exam in school. If a student does not pass the final exam, then they did not pass the course. With the End Course Assessment, two attempts are provided on the last day of class by the instructor.

If the student does not pass the in-class attempts, they are able to have two more attempts. These attempts must be completed within five calendar days from the last day of class and must be proctored.

Attempts to contact the student will be made by their Learning Hub to schedule a meeting with a mentor for a review of course materials. After a review, a student can receive up to two proctored attempts to complete the End Course Assessment.

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