NCOSE-LA CSEP/ASEP Certification Exam Tuesday 5/2 LMU 6-9 p.m., RSVP by 4/25
TOPIC: INCOSE ASEP/CSEP Certification Exam
WHEN: Tuesday May 2, 2017 6 - 9 p.m.
Pereira Hall / Room #140 (downstairs, North end of Pereira Hall)
1 LMU Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90045
Pereira Hall is located next to Sullivan Hall and is part of LMU's Seaver College of Science and Engineering complex.
See below for directions.
LMU students : FREE for this event
The paper exam has the same format as the standard knowledge exam, with 120 multiple-choice questions in 120 minutes.
Note: Test candidates should plan to arrive 30 minutes early to show ID and receive instructions.
Candidates who pass the exam will have the opportunity to use their results toward an application for ASEP or CSEP certification. If they wish to apply, they will need to be INCOSE individual members and pay the appropriate application fee of $150 or $300.
If English is not the native language for any candidates, they may request in advance to have an additional thirty minutes of exam time and to bring in a translation dictionary of English to another language. The proctor will look through to make sure there are no handwritten notes before allowing the dictionary. Phone apps are not allowed for either translation or time-keeping.
From LAX airport, take Sepulveda (1) north, then jog left onto Lincoln Blvd. Over the hill, turn right onto LMU Drive.
CAMPUS ENTRANCE: Please use the Lincoln Blvd. campus entrance. (....North of Manchester Blvd....). The Loyola Blvd. entrance has restricted access.
On Campus Directions:
Summary: From the guard at the entrance, continue straight until you hit a T intersection (the new library, a roundish white building is on your left). Turn left. This road will wind around past the Sacred Heart Chapel. Continue straight.
When you see the Foley Annex on the right or Sullivan on the left, Pereira is the next building on your left.
Parking is either under the Life Sciences Building across from Pereira (Parking Lot D1 and where the Regional Mini Conference Parking was), or continue past Pereira. At the round-about, go left, past Hannon Field, Parking Lot A (where there are always unoccupied spaces) is on your right.
Park in parking lot A (near athletic fields) or D-1 (under the Life Sciences Bldg)
Unfortunately, like many university campuses, LMU has a parking fee policy which applies to students, guests, faculty, and staff.
All visitors must register and pay for parking
Monday through Friday, from 8am until 8pm. The cost to park is $2 every 20 minutes with a daily maximum of $10. Parking is free on weekends and University Holidays.
Parking may be purchased at the time of parking through any Pay Stations (located in the parking lots), by mobile phone viaParkmobile
*, or in advance through Rules and Regulations
*. Rates are $2 every 20 minutes, with a daily maximum of $10. Note: you will need your cars license plate number to complete the parking payment transaction.
LMU campus maps may be found via: http://www.lmu.edu/Assets/Ma
The best parking area is lot "A" (...which always has unoccupied spaces...). The closest parking is in D1, under the Life Sciences Building.
Please call John Poladian via 714 904-6693
if you need any help.