Answered By: Laura Butler
Last Updated: Sep 22, 2016     Views: 199

The Library does not maintain a collection of old exams from the courses at the University of Winnipeg.  However, some professors may choose to make previous tests or exams available to students by placing said exams on Course Reserve. 

To find out whether your professor has placed his or her old exams on Course Reserve, click the Course Reserves link on the Library's homepage. You may search by course number or your professor's last name. 

Comments (2)

  1. Wow no old exams to practice !!! This University has really gone down hill for any pre med pre dent students I would look at a different university seriously.
    by Dan on Oct 10, 2015.
  2. While it is not standard to keep old tests and exams on reserve in the library, many study guides are available, including materials to prep for the MCAT and other major standardized tests. You can contact our subject librarians for more information, or for a wider range of med- and dental-specific resources, call the University of Manitoba's Health Sciences Library at 204 789 3342.
    by Marika Prokosh on Oct 11, 2015.

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