Academic Testing administers tests at the request of instructors for math and science courses, Internet and hybrid classes, make-up tests for campus courses, advanced standing tests and computer proficiency exams.
Academic Testing also proctors tests originating from other institutions. The proctoring fee is $15 per test and requires special permission. For more information about our requirements or to make an appointment, please call.
The GED is only given at approved testing locations. For more information about the GED, please visit the State of Oklahoma GED webpage. The ACT, COMPASS, CLEP and DSST tests are given in Enrollment and Specialized Testing (EAST) on the opposite end of campus.
To take a test, students must provide:
Exams may not be started within one hour of closing. All tests must be submitted 10 minutes before closing regardless of how much time your instructor has allotted for test completion. Please arrive early enough to allow ample time to complete your test.
Children may not be left unattended in Academic Testing or elsewhere in the Learning Resources Center while their accompanying adult is testing. If an unforeseen circumstance occurs and you arrive to take a test with a child, we will do our best to make accommodations if we have an individual testing room available. Please call if you need to make arrangements or have questions.
Cell phones, wearable smart devices, photo/copying devices, and other unapproved electronics are not permitted in testing rooms.
Food and drinks are not permitted in testing rooms.
In order for Academic Testing to provide a pleasant and secure testing experience, faculty members need to:
Tests will not be given without a computer test instruction sheet or instructions included on the paper exam.
Please do not send tests to Academic Testing through interoffice mail. Besides being a potential test security issue, delays in mail delivery can cause students to panic when they show up to take a test before the test does. Please bring tests to Academic Testing and check them in personally.
Completed tests will not be returned through interoffice mail. Faculty members must either pick up their tests in person or authorize someone to pick them up. Authorization must be in writing. Authorization forms are available in Academic Testing.
During periods of high traffic, like finals week, lines can back up quickly, and Academic Testing staff may not be able to answer the phone. If it is imperative that you speak with a staff member about a time critical matter during these occasions, you may either visit the office in person or send a messenger to deliver your message.