For Undergraduate Non-degree Students
Forms of Final-Examination
In principle, final-examinations are held at the end of each semester. However, forms of the examinations depends on courses and teachers. For instance, examinations may be replaced with assignments.
Examination Timetable will be posted two weeks before the examinations on Student Affairs Section's bulletin board and SIT Official Website.
Time taken for an Examination
A total time taken for an examination is 90 minutes, the same as a normal class. (In principle, an examination itself will take 70 minutes in that time).
Do and Don'ts
Assigned Seating for Examinations
Seating is assigned for each examination. Seating charts will be posted on respective classroom where examinations take place, so please check them and sit as stated in the seating charts.
In case seating is not assigned, please follow supervisors.
When you are sitting for an examination, student ID is required. Place your student ID on the desk for verification.
In case you forget to bring your Student ID Card, you must obtain a temporary student ID at Student Affairs Section.
Use of Mobile phone (including smart phone, PHS and cell phone etc.) is Prohibited.
Mobile phones must be switched off and put inside your bag. Mobile phones are not permitted to be used as watches.
Notes for Examinee
Unless otherwise directed by the teacher, use of materials such as textbooks and revision notes are prohibited. If materials are used without permission, it will be deemed a wrongful act.
Prohibition of Wrongful Acts in Examinations
Note that any student who has committed a wrongful act will receive strict punishment according to SIT regulations. For instance, no credits may be awarded for the course or all the courses taken in the semester. Plus, name will be posted as a public notice in SIT.
Announcement of Result (Academic Record)
You can check your result (academic record) in SIT Office (2F) in Toyosu Campus. Academic Record including the first semester: Available from early-September Academic Record including the second semester: Available from the end of February