Final Exam Guidelines
All exams will be held on campus, except in special cases, in accordance with Ministry of Health guidelines
On Sunday, July 4, the 2021 spring semester exam period will begin. All exams will be held on campus, except in a few exceptional cases where students received prior notice from their departments.
The university will operate according to the current Ministry of Health guidelines, which specify that exams may be held in classrooms, without a masking requirement, if there are 2 meters (6 feet) between individuals.
Students who are ill or in quarantine and are thus precluded from taking the exam during Moed Aleph (the first exam period), will be able to take the exam during Moed Bet (the second exam period), and will also be eligible to re-take the exam one more time during the current academic year, subject to the submission of documents confirming their inability to take the exam during Moed Aleph.
Students with immunosuppression that seriously endangers their health, with possible exposure to Covid-19, will be able to apply to the Sybil Wigdor Support and Accessibility Unit with recent medical documents, through the Inbar system. Once the university’s medical committee approves the application, these students will be able to take the exam in a separate room in the Sybil Wigdor Support and Accessibility Unit. Online exams will be not approved in these cases.
In accordance with current Ministry of Health guidelines, exams may be held in a closed room with multiple people without a masking requirement only if there are 2 meters (6 feet) between each individual. Therefore, only in classes where there are 2 meters between examinees will the exams be held without masking. Due to space limitations, in classrooms where examinees are less than 2 meters apart, masks must be worn throughout the exam.