- Direct Conflict. A direct final examination conflict occurs when two or more final examinations are scheduled at the same time. A student in this situation is required to file a conflict examination request. A conflict examination will then be scheduled at a different time.
Overload Conflict. An overload conflict is defined as three or more final examinations scheduled on any one calendar day or in three consecutive examination periods. A student in this situation may either file a conflict examination request, in which case a conflict examination will be scheduled on a different day, or elect to take the examinations as originally scheduled.