Some OntarioLearn courses require you to write a final supervised exam. It is your responsibility to determine if and when you need to write your tests. You will receive this information from your instructor or you can find it on your course outline.
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Written, paper-based tests:
Wed, Mar 7, 6pm
Thur, Apr 19, 6:30pm
Sat, Apr 21, noon
Mon, Apr 23, 6pm
Tue, Apr 24, 6pm
Wed, Apr 25, 6pm
Thur, Apr 26, 6pm
Sat, Apr 28, 1pm
May 9th, 6pm
(You will need your OntarioLearn login ID and password for this)
for test dates
Mon, Apr 23, 6:30pm
Tue, Apr 24, 6:30pm
Wed, Apr 25, 6:30pm
Thur, Apr 26, 6:30pm
for test dates
If you are not certain if your test is paper-based or web-based, please contact your instructor for information.
All exams will proceed unless the College closes because of weather conditions. Please refer to the main college web site (www.flemingcollege.ca) or your local radio stations. You will be contacted by us via email on the following business day about an alternative exam date.
If the College does NOT officially close and you decide not to travel because of weather conditions, please contact us firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as possible to make other arrangements.
Booking Your Exams:
Please note: You normally have until the end of the week during which your course ends to complete your test. We have scheduled our exam sessions accordingly.
You must book your exam with us no later than one week before your selected date by emailing email@example.com
- Your name as is registered with us
- The exact name of your course
- The name of your host college*
- The host college course code
- The date on which you wish to write your exam (as listed in the green box above).
- If your exam is a mid-term test (we assume all exams to be FINAL exams)
*Host college refers to the school that is hosting your course and where your instructor is. For example, you may be registered with us for Medical Terminology but your course is actually managed by Loyalist College, your host college. You will find their course code on your course page at OntarioLearn.Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have more exams than we have test dates or questions not answered on this page.
Sutherland Campus 599 Brealey Drive, Peterborough, Ontario
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Please park in the visitor lot near the main campus entrance. City buses stop on site.
Exception: For exams taking place in the D-wing, please park in the "Birch" and "Spruce" lots (the first two lots you reach when entering the campus) and enter through the Technology wing entrance. For all other room assignments at the Sutherland campus, please park in the main visitor lot and enter via the main campus entrance. Parking fees apply to weekdays only.
Fleming College parking information
If you live (or are temporarily residing) outside reasonable driving distance to Peterborough:
- To write your exam at our Cobourg Campus, please call 1-905-372-6865, ext. 5000
- To write your exam at our Lindsay Campus, please call 1-705-324-9144, ext. 3280
- To write your exam at any other Ontario college, please contact their OntarioLearn department directly. They will require the same information as above. There may be a fee for writing your test at a location other than Fleming College.
- If you live (or are temporarily residing) outside reasonable driving distance to Peterborough or the above optional locations, you can write your exam with an approved off-campus proctor. We recommend Contact North. Pease visit eLearnNetwork/ContactNorth to find a location near you.
We also accept other agencies. Please download this information package and ask your proctor to complete and send the included form to us at Fleming
If you require accommodations in order to successfully complete your final exam, please contact us. You will meet with a coordinator at the college to assess your eligibility.
Not a Fleming student?
As part of the OntarioLearn system, you may write your exam at Fleming College (Peterborough, Cobourg or Lindsay) if you are registered with another school. There is currently no fee for that service for OntarioLearn students as long as you write during one of these designated exam sessions. Please follow the same booking procedure as shown above. We will obtain your exam for you and forward it to your faculty when complete. Your final mark will be processed by the school with which you registered.
Please arrive well in advance of the start time for your exam to make sure that you are relaxed and ready to concentrate on your work. Please use the washroom before the exam begins as we prefer that participants not leave the room during the test.
You will be required to show a photo ID at the time of your exam. A driver's license, Citizenship card or passport is ideal. A photo Health Card and your student ID (if you are a Fleming post secondary student) are also acceptable.
If your exam is web-based, you will need to have your OntarioLearn login information with you. Invigilators have no access to passwords.
Some exams will allow you to use your books, notes, or a calculator. Make sure to check for this with your instructor before you leave home. Usually, some sort of notice is given on your course page with this information.
You can bring pens and pencils, but no additional paper or notes unless allowed to do so as part of your exam instructions. All personal items other than writing materials must be cleared from the table once your exam is given to you. All electronic devices such as mobile phones, tablets, and other communications tools must be turned off. You cannot use a calculator that is part of your mobile phone applications.
We will receive your final mark from your instructor approximately four weeks after your course has ended (it may be longer for courses ending in December). Once we have your mark you will be able to view it on your student portal at www.flemingcollege.ca.
See this page for for instructions about your Fleming student portal
PLEASE NOTE: Some course require a higher-than 50% final grade to pass. Please be sure to find out the passing grade for your course.
If you are completing a certificate program we will mail a final transcript showing all of your marks and your certificate upon completion. If you are completing a certificate program we will mail a final transcript showing all of your marks and your certificate upon completion. If you require a copy of your transcript at any other time, please download and complete this Transcript Request form.