The Testing Center follows standard procedures so students know what to expect when they arrive to take their tests. Please familiarize yourself with the student guidelines.
You must present an ACC student ID card or government issued ID and know your ACC ID number before you can test.
You will check in at the Testing Center kiosk before you can test. To check in, you must know the following information:
Bring only the materials that an instructor has allowed for a given test.
Personal belongings such as backpacks, books, and electronic devices (including, but not limited to, cell phones and smart watches) are not allowed in the Testing Center. Possession of prohibited items or accessing unapproved resources in the testing room will result in the immediate termination of the exam and possible disciplinary action.
Lockers are available to store your personal belongings while you are testing. You must claim your items and return the key immediately following your test.
The Testing Center may assign seating. When the center is full, you may be asked to sign a waiting list. Students are required to wait again in line, if one exists, if they desire to take more than one test.
Water or restroom breaks are not allowed.
Children are not allowed to accompany a student into the testing room. Unattended children are not permitted at any campus location.
The Testing Center can score an exam if an answer key is available. Once the test has been scored, it cannot be reviewed or examined again in the Testing Center. Contact your instructor for feedback information on the test items.
If the scoring system is unavailable, you will receive your score through ACCmail.
In addition to proctors and regular walkthroughs, the Testing Center employs audio, video, and computer surveillance and recording technologies to maintain an environment of academic integrity.
Any violation of the Student Standards of Conduct will result in your immediate expulsion from the Testing Center. The incident will be reported to your professor and may be reported to the Campus Dean of Student Services for disciplinary action.
Students who significantly interfere with or disrupt Testing Center operations are in violation of the Testing Center policy. They may be asked to leave the Testing Center and may be subject to disciplinary action.