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If you missed our ADLC diploma registration deadline, you’ll need to fill out the Diploma Exam Registration/Rewrite Fee Form.
Alberta Education has made diploma registration changes. Consequently, ADLC will not be sending out suggested diploma student lists to individual schools. We encourage schools to register their diploma students directly with Alberta Education. Schools still needing our assistance can supply us with a list of students, the courses and writing locations they want their students registered for.
Please remember that the Edmonton Financial Building writing centre has been moved to the Dentistry / Pharmacy Building on the U of A campus.
You may be asked to provide your own supervisor. If so, please use this form to advise us.
Important Information from Alberta Education
Get the practice you need with randomized practice exams that relate directly to Alberta curriculum. Each practice test is automatically marked as soon as you’re done, so you can identify your strengths and weaknesses immediately.
Contact your ADLC teacher for access to Exambank.
If you’re taking your ADLC course through a school in Alberta, you don’t need to arrange for an exam supervisor. ADLC Midterm and Final Exams will be sent directly to your school’s distance education facilitator, who will ensure your exam is properly supervised.
If you’re not taking your course through your school with a distance education facilitator, you can either
• arrange for your own supervisor by filling out the Exam Supervisor Application Form or
• schedule a time to write at one of our campuses.
We don’t send exams early unless special circumstances warrant it. We’ve found that students generally aren’t as successful in their courses if they write exams before finishing all the course assignments. For most courses, exams are automatically released when there are two lessons outstanding. In other courses, all lessons must be received by ADLC before the exam is released. Check with your teacher to find out which applies to the course you’re taking.
Please contact your teacher if you’d like to write an appeal exam to improve your mark. Teachers have the authority to make a final decision in this regard. Please note that if you write two exams, ADLC will always award you the highest mark of the two.
Yes, you must write both the ADLC Final Exam and the Diploma Exam. If you don’t write the ADLC Final Exam, we can’t finalize your course, and it will be considered incomplete.
Alberta Education updates high school transcripts in February, July, and September.
Transcripts must be requested directly from Alberta Education online: http://education.alberta.ca/students/transcripts/online.aspx or mypass.alberta.ca
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