The LRC Math Lab (SMH 126) coordinates test proctoring services for students enrolled in College Preparatory & Development Studies (CPDS) courses Math 054, 055 and 105. Testing is available in the LRC Math Testing Rooms with a WolfCard or photo ID.
The testing process is designed to be a low-stress testing experience in a space that is comfortable, has few distractions and is self-paced. Pre-planning is important so that students take tests when best prepared and rested.
Test proctors actively monitor the testing environment for compliance with UAA academic honesty and integrity policies.
To take a test, students check in at either the LRC Information Desk (SMH 125) or directly at the test proctoring office (SMH 121), show their ID and receive their test.
August 17 - 21
10 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Contact Stephanie Trafton to register 907-786-6840
A one-week intensive math refresher covering MATH A055 material.
Designed for people who already have some familiarity with solving linear equations, graphing, and working with fractions.
Takes place the week before the semester starts.
Participants will take a placement test at the end of the week to see if they place into a more advanced math class.
Closed Saturday, May 2 - Sunday, May 17. Services resume May 18.
The LRC will be under construction June 1 through June 24.
Monday - Thursday
Friday - Sunday
New tests will not be issued in the last hour of operation. All tests in progress will be collected promptly at closing.
Monday - Thursday
Whenever possible, testing appointments should be made at least 24 hours in advance with LRC Desk staff member to assure proctor availability.This allows Desk staff/proctors to coordinate with class rosters
Note: given LRC construction projects over the summer, Desk staff will designate specific appointment testing location(s) as construction conditions dictate/permit.Given construction and staffing constraints, not all drop ins will be accommodated immediately.