Frequently Asked Questions
Please read these frequently asked questions before contacting us. Any further questions may be directed to examsDSPS@pasadena.edu.
Where will my exam take place?
Please check into the DSP&S main office (D209) before your exam for your test location. Proctors will assign you a testing location and seat you after you have been checked in.
What are your hours of operation?
Monday - Thursday: 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Friday: 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
* Holiday hours may vary *

Proctors will begin testing after 8:15 AM. You should arrive on time for your scheduled appointment. You must start all exams before 3:00 PM Monday through Thursday or before 1:00 PM on Friday in order to receive your full accommodated time.
Why do I have to take my exam before 3:00 PM Monday through Thursday or before 1:00 PM on Friday?
In order to receive your full accommodated time, such as a time extension, you must start before or at 3:00 PM.
Test Accommodation Office Hours:
Monday - Thursday: 8:00 AM - 6 PM
Friday 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
My class starts at 7:00 PM but I don't see a time slot.
In order to receive your full accommodation, such as a time extension, you must start before or at 3:00 PM. Please select 3:00 PM for the same day.
My class is taking the exam at 9:15 AM but I don't see a time slot. What should I do?
Please select the time slot before (i.e. 9:00 AM) unless there is a class schedule conflict.
May I take my exam at a different time or day than my class?
DSP&S students are expected to take exams at the same time as their class. In order to take exams outside of the regularly scheduled class time, you must receive written approval from your professor.
Can I bring food into the testing lab?
No food or beverages are allowed in the testing center. The only exception is water in a sealed container.
What if I am late for my exam?
You will be given a 15 minute grace period for your appointment. After this grace period, your time will begin and you may need permission from your Professor in order to take your test.
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