For L1 online written exams, students will be emailed a link to take the exam within a 3-day period. The email for the exam link might be sent from Class Marker, and make sure to check your spam folder. Students will need:
- a computer or tablet with sound turned “on”
- working and stable internet (for duration of exam)
- one page of handwritten notes (optional, see below)
Once you begin the exam:
- You will need to complete the exam in one sitting.
- You will be allotted a defined period of time to complete your exam. The time is dictated by the number and type of questions asked, with each student’s test being slightly different. As you begin the exam, you will be given the exact number of questions in your test along with the exact time limit for your test. A typical L1 exam has 40 questions with a 50 minute time limit.
- You will have to answer a question before you are allowed to move to the next question.
- You will not be able to return to a previous question to change your answer.
The exam is not an open book exam; however, students may use one single sheet of handwritten notes (front and back: A4, 8.5×11”, or equivalent). The page may not be typed. Students may NOT use or access any other resources beyond a single page of handwritten notes. As examples, this means you may NOT use: another person, an internet search, language translators, the SL1 Study Guide, the Salimpour Compendium, any other book, someone else’s notes, etc.