Academic Testing Center offers exam proctoring to TAMUK students and community members that are taking distance or online courses at TAMUK or at another college/university. Proctoring services are available to Faculty needing a student to take a make-up exam or take an exam early. Services also include company or state certification exams and employment exams. A proctor is present for the entire length of the exam. We can accommodate computer-based and paper & pencil testing.
TAMUK Students: A $16.00 service fee is required for each exam. You must present your TAMUK I.D. on the day of testing.
Non– TAMUK Students: Examinees from all other colleges/universities and Employers or State Government agency’s are required to pay a $26.00 service fee.
Fees are based on a 2 hour exam. An additional service fee of half the original fee is required for all time past the 2 hours. Exact cash, money order or in state check is payable in the office prior to testing.
The registration form and faculty form are available to download online. Completed forms can be emailed to email@example.com. Three day advanced notice of the test date and time requested is required or an additional service fee of $25 is added.
Examinees are responsible for contacting their professor and/or the distance learning department at their designated college/university to verify and coordinate your test dates and times. Testing materials or information about the test can be emailed or mailed to the Academic Testing Center Coordinator. The examinee should call a day before the test to confirm the proctor date and time of their test. Employers or State/Government agencies may contact the Academic Testing Center to schedule an exam.
All examinees must present a valid and current I.D. Acceptable forms of I.D. include a state I.D., state issued driver’s license, military I.D., passport, or student I.D.
The Academic Testing Center is only responsible for administering and proctoring the exam. The testing center is not responsible for verifying scores or grades.
This page was last updated on: March 28, 2013