If one quiz is missed, it's mark will be covered by the average of the subsequent quizzes. If two quizzes are missed and/or the last quiz is missed, a makeup will have to be scheduled in order to avoid receiving a 0 for the quiz. Makeup quizzes will be based on the list of class material relevant at the time the makeup is taken using a different random number seed to sample the list appropriately. Marks will go in on time (a week after the last class since we don't have a final -- if a makeup hasn't been arranged (and taken and marked) by then, a 0 for the material needed to be made up will be used to calculate the handed in mark with the makeup resulting in a mark change request placed into the system to get processed whenever the registrar's office gets around to it). Should it not be possible to schedule a mutually convenient time for the makeup prior to when the course marks are due, then the makeup will be the departmental default makeup time for a final exam for the semester of the course enrollment. Making up a missed makeup requires Dean's office judgement that the situation would have justified missing the scheduled makeup of a final exam.
People requiring special accomodation with SSD should contact the prof soonest as equivalent quizzes can be generated simply by using a different random seed, which would allow more flexibility than usual in scheduling SSD proctoring.