Tuesday, May 02, 2006

Sabbath Exam

I've been informed today that my Constitutional law exam is scheduled for Saturday the 10th of June. This is a problem because I'm a Seventh-day Adventist and therefore keept saturday as a workfree Sabbath.

At this point I don't know if I can get the exam moved. If I can't, I might just have to take a fail in the exam and then retake it in September (that is if the September exam is not also scheduled for Saturday).

If neither of these options are posible, them my career in law will be over.

Maybe, this is the guidance I've been asking God for. I should never have begun to study law simply to have something to do and to have an income (in the form of a grant).


At 05 May, 2006 15:07, Blogger karlund said...

I had the same experience in 1st year at Reading Uni, but they had a registry of non-saturday examinees.

So I were just put on that list and did my first exam one day before everybody else and had a day of Academic solitude (not speaking to anybody about Uni basicly)

You should be able to do a similar thing especially thinking in religious freedom terms! (Go for it you law student!)

At 09 May, 2006 02:25, Blogger Torsten Pedersen said...

Thanks for the information.

I've contacted the law shools Director for Student Affairs, who has promise to look into the matter for me.


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