Examination Room Protocol
Start Time – Students who arrive past the scheduled start time will not be permitted to write the examination and will be required to reschedule to another date.
Mandatory Identification – To gain admission to the examination room, students must present government issued photo identification (e.g., driver’s licence, passport). We cannot accept health cards. The identification must be current and valid, and the name on the identification must be the same as the name that appears in the ‘Student Information’ section of the Enrolment Contract. In addition, students’ names must be included on the examination roster to write the examination. Identification will be inspected prior to the start of the examination. If it is determined to be invalid, students will not be admitted to the examination room.
Approved Items – Students may bring financial calculators that do not permit the saving of text material into the examination room.
Prohibited Items – Students may not bring the following items into the examination room: wireless electronic devices (such as hand-held computers), laptop computers, cellular telephones, dictionaries or translators, personal data assistants, pagers, headsets, any remote communication or photographic device, other electronic organizers that permit the saving of text material, course textbooks, or loose leaf paper.
Examination Booklet – The examination booklet must remain intact and the staple must not be removed. Completed examinations are the sole property of the College.
Stolen, Lost, Damaged Property – The College or the Examination Centre is not responsible for stolen, lost, or damaged property.
Breach of Examination Procedures – Prohibited items brought into the examination room constitute a breach of this Examinations Policy and Procedures. If the test administrator finds any prohibited item, he/she is authorized to remove the item. Students who choose not to write the examination in these circumstances will receive a mark of “0”. The College determines the status of the completed examination depending on the nature of the examination procedures breach.