Assessment Services is a supervised testing facility where students can write paper-based or online exams. Assessment Services provides invigilation services for
Assessment Services also offers placement tests to UFV students to assess skill level in order to help place students in courses and programs that match their abilities and needs.
To write a placement test students must register through the Office of the Registrar.
Our Testing Facilities
We offer daytime and evening testing at two UFV campuses:
- Abbotsford, room S3125
Phone: 1-888-504-7441 x 4006
University of the Fraser Valley
33844 King Road
Abbotsford, BC, V2S 7M8
Be sure to look at the Exam Booking Schedule to view the available days and times.
Booking an Exam
To book an exam with Assessment Services, be sure to check the Exam Booking Schedule to view the available days and times. After you choose a date from the exam schedule, fill out the Book an Exam form. Prior to writing your exam, please ensure you are familiar with sections 2-5 of UFV's Student Academic Misconduct Policy (policy number 70).
*Please note: 3 business day's notice are required for every exam booking request.
*To register for placement tests, contact the Office of the Registrar.
To book an exam at our Hope Centre campus, please contact Michelle Vandepol at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (604) 869-9991.
What to Bring
Students must arrive 10-15 minutes before the exam start time to sign in. To minimize disruption, the testing room door will be locked once the exam block begins. Late students will only be admitted at the discretion of the Assessment Services Assistant or Clerk.
- Photo ID
- Pen, pencil, eraser
- Money for parking
- Other items that are required/permitted for your particular exam (i.e. basic calculator, dictionary ect.)
- Invigilation fee (external students only)
- Abbotsford campus: credit, debit, cash, or cheques accepted
- Chilliwack campus: cash or cheque only
Email email@example.com or phone 1-888-504-7441 x 4006
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