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November 5-17 - http://registrar.georgetown.edu/registration/preregistration/

Major course list will be posted by 5:00 p.m. Friday, November 2nd - http://bsfs.georgetown.edu/academics/majors/

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A request for an incomplete in a course must be made by the last day of class, Friday, December 7th. Forms can be found in the SFS Dean's office. Please view our website for complete information/guidelines on Incomplete grades: http://www12.georgetown.edu/undergrad/bulletin/regulations3.html#incompletes.

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CONFLICT EXAMS ARE APPROVED FOR ONE OF THE FOLLOWING THREE CATEGORIES ONLY

*CONFLICT EXAM FORMS ARE DUE BY THE LAST DAY OF CLASSES*

(1) TWO examinations SCHEDULED FOR THE SAME TIME SLOT

(2) THREE examinations on one day or THREE examinations in a row (in three successive time slots)

(3) OTHER (i.e. medical)_________________________________________

If students have a conflict of their exams, students may request to move one of their final exams to the conflict exam date, Thursday, December 20th, 12:30-2:30 PM.

Conflict exam forms can be found in the SFS Dean's office and MUST be approved by the faculty and dean.

Take home exams and papers are not considered as a conflict.

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Scholarly experts, diplomats, religious leaders, policy analysts, activists, journalists, intellectuals, and others convene to discuss what issues might be of significance to the community and how they will affect Jewish support for either President Barack Obama or Governor Mitt Romney.

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Scholarly experts, diplomats, religious leaders, policy analysts, activists, journalists, intellectuals, and others convene to discuss what issues might be of significance to the community and how they will affect Jewish support for either President Barack Obama or Governor Mitt Romney.

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Scholarly experts, diplomats, religious leaders, policy analysts, activists, journalists, intellectuals, and others convene to discuss what issues might be of significance to the community and how they will affect Jewish support for either President Barack Obama or Governor Mitt Romney.

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Scholarly experts, diplomats, religious leaders, policy analysts, activists, journalists, intellectuals, and others convene to discuss what issues might be of significance to the community and how they will affect Jewish support for either President Barack Obama or Governor Mitt Romney.

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Scholarly experts, diplomats, religious leaders, policy analysts, activists, journalists, intellectuals, and others convene to discuss what issues might be of significance to the community and how they will affect Jewish support for either President Barack Obama or Governor Mitt Romney.

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Scholarly experts, diplomats, religious leaders, policy analysts, activists, journalists, intellectuals, and others convene to discuss what issues might be of significance to the community and how they will affect Jewish support for either President Barack Obama or Governor Mitt Romney.

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Scholarly experts, diplomats, religious leaders, policy analysts, activists, journalists, intellectuals, and others convene to discuss what issues might be of significance to the community and how they will affect Jewish support for either President Barack Obama or Governor Mitt Romney.

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