She doesn't have to give you one but she certainly can. No one can give you a definitive answer to your question. It sounds like you've done great. Don't screw it up now!
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Macy is right. I've seen probationers who were never tested, and some that were tested many times. So be ready to pass if you need to.
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You should ALWAYS expect a UA, especially on the last visit before your probation is terminated. And if she asks, you are required. Seriously, don't screw it up at this late date.....