Seneca’s on-campus Test Centre locations are currently closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic; however, we are providing limited testing services with online proctoring. Please visit our COVID-19 updates page for more information.
- Invigilation of testing for students with accommodations
- Invigilation services for non-Seneca students
- Ontario Apprenticeship testing
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we are temporarily testing remotely using Zoom and Microsoft Teams.
How to Download Zoom
Skills assessment is a tool to determine academic placement for your math class during your first semester of studies. This assessment is done after you have confirmed your offer of admission. Be sure to act quickly — getting your first-semester timetable may depend on a completed assessment.
If you have difficulties booking your appointment, email firstname.lastname@example.org
How to View Your Skills Assessment Math Placement
You will not receive a grade, mark or score. Once the open enrolment period begins, log into Student Home. Select the “Academic Progress” tile, then the “Academic Requirements” tab on the left-hand side. The assessed math course will be displayed at the bottom of the Special Instructions section. The math course that is displayed in this section is the math course you are to enrol into.
Please follow these steps before your testing appointment:
- To test, you will need a computer (desktop or laptop, not a Chromebook, iPad, cellphone or tablet) with a reliable Internet connection, webcam and audio capabilities. If a proctor is unable to clearly view you, your test environment, workspace and identification, you will not be permitted to write a test.
- download and install Zoom Desktop Application and familiarize yourself with joining a meeting
Privacy Notice on Microsoft Teams and Zoom Test Proctoring
All personal information collected for the purposes of facilitating your participation in the test is done in accordance with sections 21, 39 and 49 of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act, and under the legal authority of the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities Act, R.S.O. 1990, and the Ontario Colleges of Applied Arts and Technology Act, 2002, Regulation 34/03.
In order to participate in the test, you will be asked to show a piece of government-issued identification for the proctor to verify your identity. As well, your webcam and computer screen will be monitored and viewed to ensure the integrity of the test by Seneca proctors. This means that you and your immediate surroundings, including anything within range of your webcam or on your computer screen, will be monitored and viewed during your test.