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Diploma Exams

diploma examsGrade 12 Exams

All students registered in Biology 30, Chemistry 30, English Language Arts 30-1, English Language Arts 30-2, Mathematics 30-1, Mathematics30-2, Physics 30, Science 30, Social Studies 30-1 and Social Studies 30-2 are required to write a Diploma Exam in order to receive credits and a final mark.

New - Only those students currently registered in a diploma course can write that diploma exam at Chinook Learning Services.

Diploma rewrite fees are not included in High School Upgrading course fees.

  • Prepare for Success | Diploma Exam Preparation courses are offered by Chinook to help you prepare for Provincial Diploma Exams

Dates & Times for Diploma Exams

Diploma exam schedules are subject to change by Alberta Education at any time. For up-to-date information related to Diploma Exam dates, please check the Alberta Education General Information Bulletin.

Onsite Testing at Viscount Bennett Centre

Students must be attending Chinook Learning Services to write diploma exams at Chinook Learning Services. If you are not registered in the diploma course you wish to write the diploma exam for, you must register to write at SAIT.

  • Personal Identification | students must present identification that includes their signature and photograph. One of the following documents is acceptable: Driver's license, Passport or Chinook Learning Services Student Identification card (available from Registration, Room 162 at Viscount Bennett Centre)
  • Testing Location | Diploma Exams will be written at Viscount Bennett Centre - map

Alberta Education Links

  • General Information Bulletin (external webpage) provides information on examination schedules and significant dates in the school year; policies and procedures on such things as security, administration procedures, plus many more; forms and samples and registration information; and marks, results and appeals.
  • Diploma Examinations (external webpage) provides information for students, parents, teachers and administrators

Mark Determination & Mature Student Status

The final blended mark for each of these courses is made up of 50% derived from the school-awarded mark and 50% of the Diploma Exam mark - except where mature student status applies.

For students with Mature Student Status, the final mark is determined by either the blended mark (school-awarded mark plus Diploma Exam mark) or the Diploma Exam mark only, depending on which is the highest mark.



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