Examination schedule and instructions
Please scroll down for the various examination options and instructions.
Option 1: On-campus Examination
Please arrive to campus a minimum of 45 minutes prior to exam time. Bring two forms of identification, one of which includes a photograph. A map follows the schedules.
The schedules for SPRING 2015 ON-CAMPUS examinations are:
|CIVIL ENG 233||SATURDAY, MAY 2||1 – 3 pm||2444 Boelter Hall|
|COM SCI 218||SATURDAY, MAY 2||1 – 3 pm||2760 Boelter Hall|
|EL ENG 209AS||No Midterm||n/a||n/a|
|EL ENG 215E||SATURDAY, MAY 2||1 – 3 pm||4283 Boelter Hall|
|EL ENG 222||No Midterm||n/a||n/a|
|EL ENG 230B||SATURDAY, MAY 2||1 – 3 pm||4413 Boelter Hall|
|EL ENG 231E||SATURDAY, MAY 2||1 – 3 pm||5252 Boelter Hall|
|EL ENG 232D||SATURDAY, MAY 2||1 – 3 pm||5264 Boelter Hall|
|MECH & AE 171B||SATURDAY, MAY 2||1 – 3 pm||5273 Boelter Hall|
|MECH & AE M269A||SATURDAY, MAY 2||1 – 3 pm||5280 Boelter Hall|
|MECH & AE 297||SATURDAY, MAY 2||1 – 3 pm||5419 Boelter Hall|
|MAT SCI 298||SATURDAY, MAY 2||1 – 3 pm||5420 Boelter Hall|
|CIVIL ENG 233||SATURDAY, JUNE 6||1 – 4pm||2444 Boelter Hall|
|COM SCI 218||SATURDAY, JUNE 6||1 – 4pm||2760 Boelter Hall|
|EL ENG 209AS||FINAL PROJECT||n/a||n/a|
|EL ENG 215E||SATURDAY, JUNE 6||1 – 4pm||4283 Boelter Hall|
|EL ENG 222||FINAL PROJECT||n/a||n/a|
|EL ENG 230B||SATURDAY, JUNE 6||1 – 4pm||4413 Boelter Hall|
|EL ENG 231E||SATURDAY, JUNE 6||1 – 4pm||5252 Boelter Hall|
|EL ENG 232D||FINAL PROJECT||n/a||n/a|
|MECH & AE 171B||SATURDAY, JUNE 6||1 – 4pm||5273 Boelter Hall|
|MECH & AE M269A||SATURDAY, JUNE 6||1 – 4pm||5280 Boelter Hall|
|MECH & AE 297||SATURDAY, JUNE 6||1 – 4pm||5419 Boelter Hall|
|MAT SCI 298||SATURDAY, JUNE 6||1 – 4pm||5420 Boelter Hall|
UCLA has parking for $12 a day. Parking lot 9 is the closest parking location to Boelter Hall. For more information about parking and to view campus maps, go to http://www.transportation.ucla.edu
Students are responsible for finding a qualified proctor to administer each exam. Acceptable proctors are corporate education coordinators, teachers, professors, administrators, or full-time staff members at a secondary school, college, university, or testing center. Family members, friends, and co-workers are unacceptable as proctors. Most acceptable proctors are willing to supervise examinations without charging a service fee. However, any fees incurred are the student’s responsibility.
Option 2: Examination proctored at a student’s place of employment
This option is available at most larger companies, typically through a human resources office. Exams are available to proctors noon Pacific Standard Time (PST) the day before the on-campus exam date until midnight PST on the exam day. Students must complete the exam no later than the on-campus exam date. Proctors are responsible for returning all exam materials by fax or email (scan) immediately following completion of the exam. Detailed instructions will be included in an email to proctors shortly before the date of the exam. If students or proctors do not follow the exam procedures, the exam may be forfeited.
Option 3: Examination proctored at a qualified testing center
The below website may assist you in securing a Testing Center.
Consortium of College Testing Centers: http://www.ncta-testing.org/cctc/
Approved Testing Offices in China: UCLA test site China list 20140404.pdf
All students, no matter which option they choose, must submit the SEA Form to the M.S. Online Office. Submit by fax (310-825-3081) or in email with electronic or scanned signature (email@example.com), at least two weeks prior of each exam. The SEA Form confirms that the student’s proctor has a business email address, reliable access to the internet, able to download and print PDF documents, and access to a scanner and fax machine (to send the completed exams to the M.S. Online office). An email confirmation is sent to both student and proctor when SEA Form is received.
Students who do not submit the SEA Form on time risk forfeiting being allowed to take the exam.
Download SEA form (PDF)
Test sites assigned for UCLA Engineering International Hybrid Masters Program – CANADA-1.pdf