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Spring 2011 Assessment Day


 

From: Center for Assessment and Research Studies

Spring 2011 Assessment Day will be held on Tuesday, February 15. All students who have earned 45 to 70 credit hours are required to participate. 

Assessments begin promptly at 9 am (morning session) and 1 pm (afternoon session), so you should arrive 15 minutes prior to your scheduled time. You have been assigned to a testing location based on the last two digits of your JMU student ID number. To determine the time and location at which you will be completing your assessments, visit http://www.jmu.edu/assessment/JMUAssess/Aday_Upcoming.htm

IMPORTANT! Do not bring cell phones, smartphones, PDAs, photographic or other electronic devices (e.g. mp3 players, cameras, calculators, hand-held gaming systems) to the assessment room. Use of such devices is strictly prohibited. Students who bring such devices will be dismissed from the assessment session and referred to Judicial Affairs. Students dismissed from the session will have a hold placed on their record and will be required to attend a make-up assessment session at a later date. 

If you have additional questions about Assessment Day, please visit http://www.jmu.edu/assessment/JMUAssess/Aday_Upcoming.htmor contact assessment@jmu.edu.

Published: Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Last Updated: Thursday, October 20, 2016

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