The form for the “Satisfactory/Non Satisfactory” method of evaluation for the January Term is available online, and you may return your completed form in person to the Common Law Student Centre (FTX 237) or submit it via email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note that you must submit your form no later than 4:30pm on January 18th, 2019.
No requests will be accepted after 4:30pm on January 18th and your choice is final. No changes will be permitted after the deadline.
Generally speaking, we encourage students to take no more than 4-5 S/NS courses throughout their law degree (this may include a Student-Proposed Internship or a School-Sponsored Internship).
Please also take into account that in order to be eligible to the Dean's Honour List (Academic rule 17.6) a student should have completed at least 9 units with alphanumeric grades during the term.
- If you are registered to a January course that is being evaluated on a “satisfactory/non satisfactory” basis it is not necessary to complete this form.
- If you are registered to a January course that is being evaluated alphanumerically and you wish to receive an alphanumeric grade for your course, you should not fill out this form.
- If you are registered to a January course that is being evaluated alphanumerically and you wish to being evaluated on a “satisfactory/non satisfactory” basis, you will need to fill out this form.
Please find below the method of evaluation by default for each January course.
This list will be updated with January 2019 data during the summer 2018.
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