November Checklist

  • Nov 2

    Complete Discernment Survey Questionnaire and Review the Registration Guide

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  • Nov 9

    Review Spring 2021 Registration Planner

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  • Nov 16 - 20

    Final Exams

    Notify First Year Advising if you have final exam conflicts that need to be resolved.

November

Spring 2021 Registration Preparation

 

Explore the Registration Resources for Spring 2021 page to utilize tools and partner with your First Year Advisor as you prepare to register for your second semester as a Notre Dame student.

You are strongly encouraged to check NOVO for registration holds well before the date you register so you have time to clear them up if necessary. NOVO will not allow you to register if a hold is present at your registration time.

For special situations and individual assistance, make an appointment with your advisor. 

 

First Semester Final Exams


Be sure you know your final exam schedule. Complete an Exam Conflict eForm (available on insideND) prior to if: 

  • You have more than two exams scheduled on the same day
  • You have more than three exams in a 24-hour period
  • You have more than one exam scheduled at the same time

You are also encouraged to talk with your advisor if you have a final exam conflict or questions about the time or location of an exam.

You will have three reading days to prepare for the final examination period for the first semester. Most examinations are comprehensive, so don’t rely on last minute cramming! Adequate preparation requires good time management and effective use of study resources.

The Learning Resource Center provides review sessions for math and science courses that will start on the first reading day and will continue up to the scheduled exam time for each course. Each session will be two hours long and tutors will be available to answer your questions. Start reviewing early and come to the sessions with your questions ready. An email with the review session schedule will be sent during the last week of class.

If you are having problems in class that are related to a learning disability, you may be able to access accommodations through the Office of Disability Services.