Students in most core academic courses will have face-to-face midterm, cumulative and/or final exams. Students will recieve information about the specific exam, including the dates available to write, from their academic course teacher from within their D2L course.
CBe-learn Test Centre
Our test centre is available to facilitate course specific exams for students registered with CBe-learn. The test centre is located at Lord Shaughnessy High School.
| spring hours of operation |
April, May & June
3:00 - 7:00
1:00 - 5:00
3:00 - 7:00
1:00 - 5:00
Note: These hours are subject to change. Some weeks may have different hours in relation to statutory holidays, diploma exams or system-wide PD days.
All of the available dates and times are updated in the registration form all students need to complete.
*EXTRA TIME* If you are requesting extra time on your exam, as part of your IPP accommodations, please ensure you are registering for an afternoon or evening time when the Test Centre is open for 4 consecutive hours.
Any other accommodations (such as quiet space, technology to read, etc), need to be made in advance with your teacher.
Please park in the front parking lot of the school to access the Testing Centre, Registration Desk or any other services at CBe-learn.
The Testing Centre is on the main floor of Lord Shaughnessy High School. Please watch for signs showing you the way!
online registration for the testing centre
You must register in advance of writing a test at CBe-learn.
Click here to access the registration link.
- Students are informed by their teacher when to write a test/quiz or exam in the Testing Centre.
- Other than the exam booklet and scrap paper, no supplies are provided. Students are expected to bring pens, pencils, calculator, dictionaries, etc. as required in their course.
- No cell phones are permitted in the exam room. Please leave your cell phone in your vehicle, or with the Exam Supervisor before entering the room.
- Students may arrive earlier than their scheduled time, but cannot stay past the closing time.
- Please ensure that you allow yourself enough time to complete an exam or quiz as the testing centre hours WILL NOT be extended for any reason.
Government-Issued Photo ID is required for all students at the Testing Centre. The Government-Issued Photo ID must be no more than 5 years old. School-issued photo ID will not be accepted in the Testing Centre.
An Alberta photo identification card (ID card) is available to Alberta residents who do not or cannot hold a valid Alberta operator's licence. The ID card is clearly marked for identification purposes only. The minimum age to obtain an ID card is 12 years old. Applicants under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian to provide consent. The ID card is issued for on a 1 to 5 year term. The fees range from $14 (one year) to $49 (five years).
To obtain an ID card, you must apply at any Alberta Registry agent offices. You must also provide acceptable identification to verify your identity and documents to prove Alberta residency.
Online testing is now available in some non-diploma level courses. This gives students the flexibility and convenience to write their midterm and final exams from home. Students will use remote proctor software with their computer's webcam to securely write their exams.
There is a nominal fee per exam (paid directly to the exam proctoring service), however, many students find this worthwhile given the convenience and savings on travel costs. Students will want to ask their individual teachers if this is an option in their courses.