Exams must be delivered no later than 8:30 a.m. exam day, including a
Testing Request Form (available online or at the Testing Center), to ensure processing. Earlier delivery whenever possible is appreciated.
Testing Request Form must include all pertinent information including: names of DSPS students, time allotted for exam, materials allowed, and delivery method of exam once completed.
Deliver paper tests via email as attachments (if fewer than 10 copies), or hard copy in person.
For Canvas exams, a hard copy of the test is helpful in case systems are down and we have to administer hard copies of the exam.
Exams may be returned via campus mail, or we can hold the test in the testing office, depending on your request.
*PLEASE NOTE: campus mail can take one week or more and we cannot track tests sent via campus mail. Instructors also have the option of having students return an exam in a security envelope. Please make sure to indicate preference on
Testing Request Form.
For students requesting large print or Braille, instructors must have exams delivered to Laks Floriano, alternate media specialist, in SS 132, or emailed to
firstname.lastname@example.org, no later than one week prior to exam date.
Please be aware the Testing Center:
does not offer make-up exams for any student. A make-up exam includes any exam not taken with the class.
does not deliver oral portions of exams. All students are to receive the same delivery of the oral portion of the exam as other students in the same class. It is the instructor's responsibility to make appropriate arrangements with the student to either do the oral portion of the exam in person, during the instructor's office hours, or to deliver to the Testing Center a recorded version of the oral questions that the proctor would play for the student during the test. Recorders are available through Laks Floriano in SS 132, or by calling him at (626) 914-8675.
updated March 2019