Assessment & Testing
Important notice about payments
June 2012: Due to a reduction in cashier support we can accept payment for test fees directly at the Assessment Centre counter only by exact change, cheque, MasterCard/Visa (only handwritten receipts provided). We do not accept debit cards. Thank you!
New! Tips for testing
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Online writing centres
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Assessment is a tool used to determine a current level of skill in an academic subject. At Camosun we use English and math assessment tests.
If you are a potential or current student who does not have the English or math pre-requisites to enter a program or take a course here at Camosun, you might need to take an assessment test.
The results from the assessment test will either allow you to enter the program or course of your choice without the published academic pre-requisites or indicate the level of academic upgrading to begin your work.
If you need help planning your education, talk to someone in Academic Advising. Academic Advisors help you to explore educational options, understand admissions processes, plan course selections and interpret educational institution rules and regulations as the apply to you. They can also refer you to other support services, if necessary.
3100 Foul Bay Road
Victoria, B.C. V8P 5J2
2ND Floor, Dawson Building,
Tel : (250) 370-3597
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
See monthly calendar under testing schedule for exceptions to standard hours
Mon-Wed: *8 am - noon / 1 pm - 4 pm
Thur: *8 am - noon / 1 pm - 5:30 pm
Fri: *8 am - 2 pm
*Note: The counter is open at 8 am but most test sessions will not start until 9 am. See the testing schedule for planned exceptions. In the case of unplanned closures, it may not be possible to signal in advance or sign accordingly.
Last updated: March 21, 2013 11:09 am