The ASC Notes/Test Bank is a great opportunity for Alumni Scholars to share their notes and exams from previous classes with each other. The idea was inspired from the UCLA notes/test bank in the Student Activities Center (SAC), which is definitely a wonderful resource to use as well! The ASC Notes/Test Bank, however, is unique. For one, it is open only to Alumni Scholars. Furthermore, unlike the UCLA notes/test bank, once you are given access to the ASC notes/test bank, you are able to view its database from anywhere, whether on campus or at home, and there is no limit on the amount of time you can spend on the ASC Notes/Test Bank. The following are an overview of important guidelines for the ASC Notes/Test Bank. Thank you for your contributions, and we hope the ASC Notes/Test Bank is of great help to you!

Guidelines

Gaining Access to the Notes/Test Bank:
To gain access to the Notes/Test Bank, ASC scholars must first submit either class syllabi, a set of notes, or an exam (midterm/final). After the submission is received, you will be granted access to the notes/test bank within 2-5 business days.

Service Hours Awarded for Each Submission:
Students are allowed to submit:
  • Notes - 1 Hour
  • Exams - 1.5 hours
  • Syllabi - 4 syllabi = 1 hour
You may recieve a maximum of 10 service hours from contributions to the Notes/Test Bank per year.

Make a Submission:

You must be logged in to submit to the Notes/Test Bank.