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Applicants who do not meet the admission requirements for programs at the college may be eligible for mature students assessment. This assessment is available through the counselling centre. Upon completing the assessments, applicants will have only met the admission requirements, they are still required to apply to the program through ontariocolleges.ca.
In order to be eligible to write the mature students assessment, a student must:
Other unusual circumstances (e.g. transcript is unrecoverable, high school English course not acceptable for college entry, etc.) should be discussed with a counsellor.
Lambton College uses the Canadian Adult Achievement Test (CAAT) for mature student assessment. Two types of assessments are used - English and Math. Both assessments are multiple choice.
The English assessment deals with everyday knowledge of the English language and shouldn't require studying.
The math assessment covers number operations and problem solving and it is recommended you refresh basic math skills prior to taking the assessment. Practice math examples are available in the counselling centre.
Lambton College offers no mature student assessment for science. If an equivalency is required, student will have to obtain a science credit through the high school system, academic upgrading or an appropriate pre-program.
It is important to check the admission requirements for the program you are interested in prior to scheduling the assessment to ensure the right assessment is available for your program of interest.
To set up an assessment, contact the Counselling Centre.
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