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Welcome to the Exam RegistryThe Exam Registry is a free service for the U of A’s Undergraduate students to search and review copies of past exams. The registry is an excellent study tool for anyone who wants to practice for an upcoming test!
How Do I Search the Registry?To search the registry, simply select a department and type in your course number. You will be required to enter your CCID and password to view your search results.
What if I Can't Find an Exam for My Course?If you are unable to locate an exam on the registry, we suggest that you speak with your professor. Some professors prefer to make their review materials available on their own website or on online platforms such as Moodle or ULearn.
Although there are a few courses and departments (such as Psychology) who are traditionally exempt from releasing past course material for studying purposes, most are required to make their old exams available to students for review. If a professor or department does not want to release a past exam, they are encouraged to provide their students with “representative evaluative course materials” (ie: sample questions). Rules regarding the University of Alberta’s “Access to Evaluative Course Material Procedure” can be found here.
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