The mother with a FERPA form on file
C and D
A. High School Guidance counselor
B. Public librarian
C. University Testing Center
D. High School Principal or Vice Principal
A student may withdraw from their class after logging in with their BYU net id and password.
A student may call in and ask a customer service representative to withdraw them from their course.
A student may mail in a request to be withdrawn from their course.
Both A and C are correct
All of the above are ways students can withdraw from their course.
Find lesson under “course menu” in upper left hand corner. The Speedback is at end of lesson--on very last page marked “SB.” Read all instructions and then click on “begin”
Lessons listed down left hand side. Select desired lesson. SB will be last link under that lesson. Read instructions then click “start” in the lower right hand corner.
Go to the homepage. Click on “Submit Assignment”. Attach all documents and push “Submit”
Give the student the instructor’s contact information so they can call the instructor and work it out with them.
Tell them to email the Corrections department.
Tell them that the instructor usually puts the right answer, so they should probably reread the lesson and resubmit the lesson.
Have student email [email protected] Be very specific in why student thinks it’s graded wrong. Have student provide specific examples. Also include, in the body of the email: student’s name, confirmation number, course name, instructor’s name, and speedback number.
8:00 am, 12:30 pm, 2:30pm- but we tell the student the deadline is 12:00pm
8:30 am, 1:00 pm, 4:00 pm
Exams only print once a day at 12:00 PM