After the Challenge Exam

The Testing Centre has moved online.

  • Most post-secondary challenge exams are now offered online through ProctorU, an online eproctoring service. Contact your program area for more information about these exams.
  • All high school equivalency challenge exams are suspended indefinitely. If you are a currently enrolled NorQuest student looking to write a challenge exam to get into a post-secondary program, contact your student navigator to discuss your options.

Getting your results

The results of your NorQuest high school equivalency challenge exam will be emailed to you at the address you provided on your registration form.


Your challenge exam grade will be available on a NorQuest College transcript. If you ordered transcripts when you registered for your exam, they will be sent to the addressee you indicated within three business days after your final grade is posted. You can order more copies of your transcript by submitting the Request for Transcript Form to the Office of the Registrar.

Didn’t achieve the grade you needed?

Consider the following options to improve your grade.

  • Retake your course. See Academic Upgrading.
  • Consider using a study guide such as "The Key: (desired course), Diploma Study Guide", available at local bookstores or online at Castle Rock Research.
  • Take a diploma preparation/review course, available at various learning providers.

Testing and Assessment Centre

Room 2-070, Singhmar Centre for Learning, Edmonton campus




Monday – Friday
8:30 am – 5:00 pm

Weekends & statutory holidays