Test Centre

CBe-learn is anticipating a return to in-person exams for the 2021-2022 school year with our Test Centre opening in October 2021. We will be following public health measures and guidelines to ensure the safety of all students. Please continue to check this webpage for updates and consult each course for specific information regarding planned assessments.

In-Person Exams

Students in most core academic courses will have a midterm, cumulative or final exams. There will be a maximum of 2 in-person exams per course. Students will receive information about the specific exam, including the dates available to write, from their academic course teacher from within their Brightspace (D2L) course. 

If you are late to an exam, you may still have the chance to write, but will have a reduced amount of time. Please plan your time wisely when booking in the Test Centre.

The Test Centre is located in Lord Shaughnessy High School: 2336 53 Avenue SW.



Hours of Operation

Please check back soon for details regarding Test Centre hours of operation. 



Booking a Seat 

Please check back soon for details on how to book a seat in the Test Centre. 


Extra Time

Exams in our Test Centre are created to take no more than 1 hour to write. Our time slots are all 2 hours long to allow all students to take up to double time. If you arrive late for your time slot you will still need to finish your exam when the time slot ends.


Accommodations

Other than extra time (granted to all students), any other accommodations noted in a student’s IPP must be made in advance with your teacher by sending them a private discussion message. Please follow their direction for accessing your IPP accommodations. 


What to Bring to the Test Centre

Note: you must register in advance of writing a test at CBe-learn.

Plan on arriving 20 min before your time slot begins.

Please come with the following:

  • Mask
  • Government-issued student ID
  • Pencil, eraser, and calculator/dictionary (if needed)

Please ensure that you allow yourself enough time to complete an exam as the testing centre hours will not be extended for any reason.


Photo Identification

Government-Issued Photo ID is required for all students at the Test Centre. The ID must be no more than 5 years old. Acceptable forms of ID include:

  • Driver's License
  • Passport
  • Alberta Identification Card

School-issued photo ID will not be accepted, except for CBe-learn full-time students with CBe-learn photo ID.


COVID Test Centre Procedures

Are you wondering what a test writing experience will look like?

Click on the file below to read about the COVID Procedures:

Test Centre COVID Procedures (Students)



The following courses do not have exams to be written in person.

  • CALM
  • CTS online courses
  • Psychology 20 or 30
  • Sociology
  • Phys. Ed.
  • Spanish
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Monday, Oct. 18 is a system-wide non-instructional day so there are no classes for students. It is also municipal election day – don’t forget to vote! Have a safe long weekend and please continue to follow all public health measures #WeAreCBE https://t.co/isScnELKOp

RT @UsihChristopher: Looking forward to our system-wide PL Day on Indigenous Ed (Oct 18). #WeAreCBE staff will engage in learning to build our knowledge &understanding. Thank-you to Elders and Knowledge Keepers for their wisdom &guidance as we work together to improve outcomes for Indigenous students