This functionality is available in both English and French. Please refer to French Translations page for the French text.
As part of the Register for a Diploma Exam process, the New Diploma Exam Registration Screen allows user to enter information for a single Diploma Exam Registration for a student.
The schools/writing centres are that are offering matching (course, exam session, language) exam sittings are presented to the user in one of two variations
An initial list of Writing Centre(s) where the student is is enrolled in the course of the exam are presented. The writing centre selection is not displayed when:
If there are multiple schools/writing centres that meets the critera, they are sorted alphabetically (A-Z) and no option is selected by default.
The “Other” option is also displayed. When selected a dropdown with matching Writing Centre's is displayed (sorted alphabetically from A-Z).
| When the student is not enrolled in the course of the exam based on the logic above, he writing centre dropdown will be displayed to allow the user to search for and select a writing centres/schools
Please refer to Diploma Exam Registration Input Fields for details on the input fields
Please refer to Entering Diploma Exam Registration Information for details on when fee and/or approval information is required.
If a fee is required for the registration, but the student has a Diploma Exam Waived Fee that can be used to “waive” the fee, the waiving of the fee will be shown.
A coupon could be used for the student's registration if it belongs to the student, is for the same course code selected, is available to be used (cannot be deleted, used, or already expired), and would not be expired prior to the selected Exam Session.
The Student Panel Common Component (Common Components) is shown on screen.
The Request Timer Bar Common Component (Common Components) is shown on screen. If the user is entering their first registration, the timer bar will not be shown as the request has not been saved yet (hence there is nothing to expire).
The input fields available to user depends on the security mode. Please refer to Diploma Exam Registration Input Fields for details of the data fields available on screen.
The “My Request” panel on the right shows the number of Registrations in the Request. The [View My Request] link allows user to go to the Review My Request Screen screen (without saving changes on screen).
User can abandon the registration by clicking on Remove from My Request. They will be asked to confirm the removal; once they confirm the removal, the registration will be removed from the Request and the user will be directed to the Review My Request Screen screen.
User can return to the Review My Request Screen screen by clicking on the [View My Request] button. If the user is entering their first registration, this button is hidden as the request has not been saved yet (hence there is nothing to review).
Once the data passes validation, the registration will be saved using the Submit Diploma Exam Registration Request service:
The New Diploma Exam Registration screen is also used for modifying the diploma exam registration while its parent Request is still in the Under Construction or Payment Not Received status. User can access the Edit Mode from the Review My Request Screen screen. When the New Diploma Exam Registration is used for modifying a registration, the data from the existing registration would be pre-loaded on screen, based on the same rules specified in section Diploma Exam Registration Input Fields,
When the user is on the New Diploma Exam Registration screen and they attempt to leave the screen without performing a save (e.g. by clicking on the browser [Back] button, or the [View My Request] link provided in the My Order Panel), they will be asked to confirm that they wish to leave the page without saving any data they may have entered. They must confirm that they wish to leave the page before they can proceed to the next page.
The Public and Admin versions of Step 1 of diploma exam registration is very similar with the following differences: