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Important announcement – please read carefully.

Effective January 7, 2021, at 12:01 a.m. EST, all air passengers, including international students, will be required to test negative for COVID-19 before travelling from another country to Canada. For more information on this new travel condition, see Pre-departure COVID-19 testing and negative results to be required for all air travellers coming to Canada

In response to the City of Toronto's lockdown, Humber's International Centre offices are closed for in-person visits and phone services until further notice. To contact us online, please use our Contact Form

Students can find a complete list of programs with downloads including program and course details at Current Student Resources

For information on which services on campus remain open, please monitor Humber Updates

We will continue to process applications for upcoming intakes. Current approximate application processing time is approximately six weeks. Please check Humber Updates for the most up-to-date information. Please also check Humber Colleges and Humber Global’s social media accounts.

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Humber College's COVID-19 Readiness Plan Approved


Before And During The Exam

Before You Write The Exam

  1. Check to make sure you have everything you need! Pencils, pens, calculator, and eraser are all the basics. don't forget to bring an extra pen or pencil as a backup.
  2. Arrive for the exam early.
  3. Keep positive. Avoid talking to people who are stressed out.
  4. Pick a seat away from distractions like doors and windows.
  5. Do something relaxing one-hour before the exam, avoid cramming.
  6. Sleep well the night before.

During The Exam

  1. Answer the easiest questions first. Don’t dwell too long, move on, you can always go back.
  2. Create an outline for essay questions, organize your thoughts, then begin to write. If you run out of time, include your outline.
  3. Plan your time. Estimate how long you have for each question. do the ones worth more first.
  4. If there is time, review your answers, and add additional comments if needed. Don’t leave any questions blank! Write down anything you know about the topic.
  5. Read each question carefully and be sure you understand what is being asked. Do you have to answer all of the questions, or can you select the ones you prefer? Ask for clarification if you are unsure.
  6. Try to stay until the end of your exam time. The extra time may jog your memory for the tough questions.


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