Faculty

Testing Services is no longer providing the services of Exam Conversions to Canvas. Please contact The Office of Teaching and Learning for assistance.

Speak With An Employee

You may schedule an appointment with an employee who can help answer your questions regarding aspects of testing. Please be aware that testing employees have limited knowledge regarding Canvas or Proctorio. For these questions, please reach out to the Office of Teaching and Learning.      

Schedule a time to come in person, to be called over the phone, or to have a call through Microsoft Teams.  

Schedule An Appointment

Challenge Exam

Utah Valley University offers credit for prior learning (CPL) to enable students to enrich or accelerate their programs of study. Challenge exams allow students to validate their prior learning for credit. Testing Services offers proctoring services for Challenge Exams from departments.

Follow these steps to Submit Challenge Exams

  1. Fill out an Challenge Exam Form for the student(s) that are taking the exam.
  2. Submit the Challenge Exam Form and all exam information through one of our three submission methods.
    1. Submit through RegisterBlast (Most Secure) - For security Purposes, we recommend that you upload your exam information directly into our appointment system, RegisterBlast.

      REGISTERBLAST SETUP & SUBMISSIONRegisterBlast Professor Login
    2. Drop Off - You are welcome to drop off a copy of the test materials at our office in WS 112 (Wolverine Service Building).
    3. Submit via Email - You may send exam information to ctc@uvu.edu 
  3. All challenge exam information should be communicated to our staff at least noon the business day before the intended start date. This allows our staff time to prepare to meet the need of your student. If you are uploading the exam be sure to have your files in Word or PDF format.

Accommodative Scheduling

Testing accommodations can be provided for a student with documented disabilities by the UVU Office of Accessibility Services. To coordinate testing arrangements with the Accommodative Testing Center, students and faculty are required to arrange the following:

 

Accommodative Guidelines

  1. Exam Notification – Faculty members are encouraged to provide students with sufficient notice of exam dates.
  2. Appointment Scheduling – Students are responsible for scheduling an appointment to take their exam at least 24 business hours before the time the test is scheduled to begin. Students must know their class name, course number, teacher’s name, and what format the exam is running in (Paper or Computer).
  3. Exam Drop Off – It is the faculty’s responsibility to have the exam submitted through one of our submission methods. At the time of submission, faculty must indicate the name of the student and what testing aids are permitted to the student, if any. 
  4. Testing Day – Students should arrive at the Accommodative Testing Center at least 10 minutes before their appointment. Students are not allowed to bring any testing materials into the testing room except testing aids approved by their instructor. After a student has completed an exam, all test materials, testing aids, and scratch papers will be collected. If students are more than 15 minutes late to their appointment, their room reservation may be reassigned and they may be asked to reschedule their appointment.
  5. Return of Completed Exam – Paper exams are scanned and emailed to the faculty. 

Submitting Accommodative Exams

  1. Fill out an Accommodative Exam Form for the student(s) that are taking the exam.
  2. Submit the Accommodative Exam Form and all exam information through one of our three submission methods.
    1. Submit through RegisterBlast (Most Secure) - For security Purposes, we recommend that you upload your exam information directly into our appointment system, RegisterBlast.

      REGISTERBLAST SETUP & SUBMISSIONRegisterBlast Professor Login
    2. Drop Off - You are welcome to drop off a copy of the test materials at our office in WS 112 (Wolverine Service Building).
    3. Submit via Email - You may send exam information to ctc@uvu.edu 
  3. All accommodative exam information should be communicated to our staff at least noon the business day before the intended start date. This allows our staff time to prepare to meet the need of your student.
  4. If your student needs a paper exam you have the option to drop exams off to our office or submit through email or RegisterBlast. If you are uploading the exam be sure to have your files in Word or PDF format.

Accommodative Exam Form

For questions, or further assistance, please contact our processing staff at testingservices@uvu.edu or 801-863-7095.

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