Welcome to the Fall 2014 term of Bus 302 LAB. Please review the instructions carefully. You must present a CSUN picture ID when taking exams. You are limited to three total attempts to pass any one field exam in the semester.
You must take two exams (any two exams) per session until you have completed five exams. Additionally, you must follow all instructions as given by the lab TAs.
All lab exams are on a "Walk-in" basis. Each student will need to sign-in with the lab TA in order to access the lab. Please plan to arrive at the lab no later than 30 minutes prior to the posted exam time.
In the JH1105 BUS302L lab, you log into Moodle just as you would log into the CSUN portal (such as when you register for classes, obtain a DPR, etc.). Therefore, you need to know your CSUN portal account and CSUN password.
With respect to Moodle, you can only take your exams while physically seated in JH1105, but you can view your individual exam scores in Moodle from anywhere online.
There are no exams on academic holidays, Spring Break, or during final exam week.
Additional questions regarding the lab, including the exam arrangements for DRES students, can be discussed with Professor Ali Behnezhad.
The exam schedule for Fall 2014 will be posted in four parts. The last day of the exams is December 8, 2014. Plan to take the exams early because toward the end of the semester there will be long lines and hectic situation. The exam schedule (part 1) is as follows:
|Fall 2014 Gateway Lab Schedule (part 1)|
STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES: Students needing extra time or other exam accommodations should contact the instructor at the beginning of the semester in order to arrange for extended time sessions or alternatives. We work closely with the student testing service. Note: If you do not pass the course requirements, you will need to re-enroll in the class and take all the exams and meet the existing requirements in the semester you retake the class. Take the course seriously. If you do not pass the course in your second attempt, you will NOT be able to get a degree from the David Nazarian College of Business and Economics.
Updated September 9, 2014