Class of nursing students at BrandonU face penalties following compromise of final exam

January 13, 2020

A class of second-year nursing students at Brandon University are facing disciplinary action after a final exam was "compromised" and made "widely available," reports CBC. Students have the option of retaking the exam with a maximum possible grade of 70%. Students will also have the opportunity after retaking the exam to appeal their grade individually if they feel the remedy is too punitive. "The Students’ Union is working with the University to ensure that an acceptable outcome is reached for the students in this case and that all policies and procedures are being followed," said BrandonU Vice-President Internal Whitney Hodgins. CBC | Brandon Sun (MB)