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Students

Booking an Exam

The Accommodations Test Centre (ATC) uses Accommodate for exam arrangements. The process for booking an exam is outlined in this training handout and short video.

Note: We reserve the right to move you to a different room, if needed, to ensure all students' accommodation needs are met.

What to Expect When You Arrive

In order to protect academic integrity and other students' experiences, the following is what you can expect upon entering the Centre:

  • Students should arrive 15 minutes prior to their exam time to allow time for check-in. Students will present their student ID to the front staff person who will find your test and check to ensure all unneccessary items are put into a locker.
  • All personal items must be kept in lockers (students are required to bring their own lock) - students are only permitted to take a pen and/or pencil and a water bottle (without labels) into the exam room. No phones or smart watches are allowed. Other items such as calculators (provided by the Centre), snacks and note sheets are only allowed if approved through the Centre for Accessibility or the instructor.
  • Students will be called from the waiting area when it is time for them to enter the exam room.
  • There are 11 shared exam rooms and 4 private rooms
    • Each workstation has two computer monitors
    • Each room is equipped with surveillance cameras
    • Each room has a large clock displaying the current time
  • Invigilators and ATC staff monitor all exam spaces to ensure questions are answered in a timely manner and there is no academic misconduct taking place.
  • Remember, you are your best advocate. If anything has been missed or your experience could be improved, please speak to one of the ATC staff members.

We can always be reached at atc.testing@uregina.ca or 306-337-2300 to address any questions or concerns you may have.

All exams administered in the ATC will be monitored via closed circuit video surveillance. If you choose not to be under video surveillance during your exam in the ATC, you must either write the exam as scheduled with your class, or discuss alternate arrangements with your instructor.