Exam Registry


Use (CCID@ualberta.ca)

Steps to access the Exam Registry Database:

  1. Click on the link above to access the database.
  2. Log in with your Ualberta CCID and password (or choose your Ualberta Account if you are logged in to multiple Gmail accounts).
  3. Make sure you are logged in to your Ualberta Gmail account (CCID@ualberta.ca) and not a regular Gmail account (user@gmail.com).
  4. You should now have access to the Exam Bank Database.


ChESS created and launched an online exam registry in January 2005 for the convenience of all you wonderful engineers. This registry was moved to the Google Drive system in June 2014. The exam registry is primarily focused at providing solutions to the old homework assignments and exams for all years of the Chemical and Materials Engineering Curriculum including First Year. Currently there are over 500 documents in the database. The website will continue to remain updated since it’s rather popular with the students and professors of the department.

The exam registry contains the following:

  • Homework Assignments
  • Midterms
  • Finals
  • Labs
  • Seminars
  • Midterm and Final Reviews

The registry is available to all students, staff and alumni of the University of Alberta with a valid CCID.

Alternatively, visit the Old SU Exam bank at:


Plagiarism is the act, intentional or otherwise, of copying or borrowing words or ideas without properly acknowledging the original source. Plagiarism is a form of theft, a serious violation of the Code of Student Behaviour (Section 30.3.2[1]), and is unacceptable behavior in the pursuit of a University degree.

Plagiarism occurs when a student:

  • hands in work done wholly or in part by another person
  • portions (paragraph, sentence, phrase) of a submitted work are taken from another source without proper reference to that source
  • paraphrases sections of another work without acknowledging the source ideas in a work are borrowed, derived or developed from another source without reference to that source (for example, “checking a few internet sites for ideas”)

The ChESS Club does not condone any form of plagiarism. The exam registry is available as a guide to understanding the course materials better.

Please refrain from doing ANYTHING that may jeopardize your university career. The Faculty of Engineering at the University of Alberta and The Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Alberta (APEGA) are very serious about the integrity of the engineering degree. You are responsible for all your actions.