Off Campus Testing

Accuplacer (START Placement Test)

1. Contact a local college or university testing center. Ask if they will proctor your online assessment test and agree on a test date and time. The testing center will need a computer with Internet access. Be sure the chosen proctor is willing to give a test lasting 1.5 - 2 hours if you are taking the entire test; it is an untimed test.

2. Once you have located a site, complete the form below. This form will be automatically emailed to our office and we will notify the proctor with the testing information for your assessment test. A Confirmed Test Date is required before any test information will be shared with the test proctor.

To assist you in locating a college or university testing center, visit the 
Consortium of College Testing Centers (CCTC) site.

*The asterisk denotes a required field

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Proctored test for distance learning class

1. Contact your instructor for proctored test approval.
2. Find your local testing center from the link above.
3. Coordinate test administration between the testing center and your instructor.
4. Please note that some institutions require a test proctor fee.

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Last Modified Jun 16, 2014