Testing Services For Students, Faculty & The Community

Welcome

Welcome to the Pensacola State College Testing Center page. The Testing and Assessment Department supports the mission, philosophy and vision of Pensacola State College by offering comprehensive testing and assessment services to students, academic departments, and the local community.

We offer:

  • Placement Tests
  • Industry Certification Tests
  • Entrance Tests
  • Proctored Exams for other institutions (colleges and businesses)
  • Departmental Exams
  • eLearning Exams
  • Make-up Exams
  • Scan and score exams
  • Provide test analysis reports based on scanned and scored exam results
  • Provide testing assistance to Student Resource Center for ADA Services for students as needed

Welcome to the PSC Testing Center

The Testing and Assessment Department supports the mission, philosophy and vision of Pensacola State College by offering comprehensive testing and assessment services to students, academic departments, and the local community.

The PSC District Testing Office (Pensacola Campus) holds memberships with the National College Testing Association (NCTA) and the Florida Association of College Test Administrators (FACTA).

NCTA is dedicated to the promotion of professionalism and quality in the administration of testing services and programs, including issues relating to test administration, test accessibility, test development, test scoring, and assessment. View NCTA Testing Standards

FACTA actively advocates and supports the  National College Testing Association’s (NCTA) Professional Standards and Guidelines. Our mission is accomplished by working in partnerships with the Florida Department of Education (FLDOE), the Florida Board of Governors (BOG), Independent Colleges and Universities of Florida (ICUF), and testing agencies while keeping the needs of the employee’s institution at the center of decision making.

The PSC District Testing Office adheres to the National College Testing Association (NCTA) Professional Standards and Guidelines which ensures that examinations are administered professionally, equitably and fairly in a courteous, confidential and secure environment.

The PSC District Testing Office is also a certified PearsonVue Select Testing Center. Pearson VUE is the leader in computer-based-testing — and much more. As a certified PearsonVue Select Testing Center we serve test owners and test takers in nearly every industry.

Our Goals

To provide testing services that support and maximize educational opportunities for students by:

  • Offering collaborative and courteous testing services to students, faculty and the local community;
  • Adhering to the testing guidelines of the National College Testing Association (NCTA), test companies and faculty;
  • Operating in strict compliance with institutional, state and federal regulations regarding the Family Educational Rights and Privacy
    Act (FERPA).

Test-Specific Information

ACT | American College Test

American College Test (ACT)

Pensacola State College accepts ACT/SAT scores that are less than 2 years old for placement purposes.

The American College Test (ACT) is a widely accepted test used to assess high school students’ general educational development and help determine their ability to complete college-level work.  Multiple choice questions cover the following four skill areas:

  1. English
  2. Reading
  3. Mathematics
  4. Science

All students attending college for the first time must submit placement test scores that are less than two years old.

There is an optional Writing Test which measures skills in planning/writing a short essay.

Fees: Please check ACT website for current fee structure.For more information about the ACT test please visit the following link: www.actstudent.org.

*The ACT Student Website offers test prep resources, student blogs, test schedules, and other useful information.

Placement Score Guide

ATI TEAS | for Allied Health

ATI TEAS for AH (Allied Health) (formerly HOBET), measures basic essential skills in the academic content area of reading, mathematics, science and English and language usage. The objectives assessed on the TEAS exam are those which are deemed most appropriate and relevant to measure entry level skills and abilities of allied health program applicants

The ATI TEAS for Allied Health is a multiple-choice assessment for the following programs:

  1. Dental Hygiene
  2. Radiography
  3. Sonography

The  ATI TEAS  for Allied Health assesses basic academic knowledge in the following areas:

  1. Reading
  2. Mathematics
  3. Science
  4. Language Usage
  5. English

For more information about the ATI TEAS for Allied Health exam visit the following link:
https://www.atitesting.com/Solutions/pre-program/teas-discover.aspx

Certiport Certification Exams for Microsoft Office Specialist, Quickbooks and AutoDesk

Pensacola State College is a Certiport Authorized Test Center (CATC).  Certiport®, a Pearson VUE business, offers individuals the opportunity to achieve certifications that will enhance their competitive edge in the workforce.  Pensacola State College can deliver and administer the following 3 certifications:

  • Microsoft Office Specialist
  • Quickbooks Certified User
  • AutoDesk Certified User

For more information please visit their website at:   www.certiport.com
For more information about scheduling an appointment to take a Certiport Certification Exam, please call Testing at 850-484-1656.

CLEP | College Level Examination Program

College Level Examination Program (CLEP)

The College Level Examination Program (CLEP) allows students to obtain college credit for courses by taking tests approved by the College Entrance Exam Board to demonstrate college-level achievement.  A fee payable to CLEP and set by the College Entrance Exam Board is charged for each exam along with an administrative fee payable to Pensacola State College.

Find out more about CLEP exams by visiting the site CollegeBoard.com or contacting Pensacola State College’s Testing and Assessment Center at 850-484-1656.

You are advised to consult with a college advisor regarding your educational plan prior to submitting a CLEP application.

To access the CLEP Exam Registration Tutorial, click on the link below:
https://clep.collegeboard.org/exams

CPT | Florida College Entry-Level Placement Test

Florida College Entry-Level Placement Test (CPT)

This test assesses the basic computation and communication skills of students who intend to enter a degree program at any public community college or state university.  First-time college students must take either the CPT, ACT, or SAT for assessment purposes.

A college admissions application must be on file with the Admissions office prior to taking the CPT.

CPT Study Guide (PDF)

DSST

The DSST Program (formerly known as DANTES Program) is a credit-by-exam testing program provided by Prometric, Inc..  This program is used to measure knowledge in a particular subject area.  Based on the achievement of a passing test score, candidates can receive college credit based on the institution’s passing score requirements.

For more information please visit their website at www.getcollegecredit.com.

FCAT | Florida Comprehensive Assessment

Florida Comprehensive Assessment (FCAT)

  • The FCAT is a required test for all students who earn a high school diploma from the state of Florida.
  • Measures how well students are meeting the Florida Sunshine State Standards in reading, writing, mathematics, and science.
  • Compares Florida student performance with those of students nationwide.

Students must register to take the exam in the counseling office at the Collegiate High School.

Florida Department of Education FCAT website provides additional information including sample test books and answer keys.

Florida Certification Board

FCB certifies professionals statewide, including those in the child welfare, mental health and addiction fields.  The Florida Certification Board is led by a team of nationally recognized experts with vast expertise in certification program development, implementation, and administration.  Certification specialists, test development professionals, and workforce experts are available to assist representatives of various professions to develop a new certification or credentialing program.

The FCB offers 10 different credentials under the professional umbrellas of Addiction and  Prevention.  There are 8 Addiction Credentials and 2 Prevention Credentials.

Available Certifications:

Addiction:                  Addiction, Criminal Justice and Prevention

Child Welfare:          Child Welfare Certification and Legacy Child Welfare Credentials

Mental Health:          Certified Mental Health Professional (CMHP)

Certified Behavioral Health Technician (CBHT)

Certified Peer Recovery Specialist (CRPS)

Health:                       Certified Community Health Worker (CCHW)

Other:                         Certified Denial Recovery Specialist

U.S. Dept. of Transportation Substance Abuse Professional

For more information please visit their website at:   www.flcertificationboard.org

Florida Ready To Work

Pensacola State College also offers a career readiness program called Florida Ready-To-Work that tests and scores job skills and work habits of employees and potential employees.  This test awards credentials to successful examinees that will give a competitive edge to anyone seeking to join the job market.  For more information about this program please see the following link:
www.floridareadytowork.com

Fees:

No Charge

For more information about this program at Pensacola State College, please contact the Testing Center, Pensacola Campus at 850-484-1656 for more information.

GED | General Equivalency Diploma

General Equivalency Diploma (GED)

The GED test on computer is now available at Pensacola State College and students are experiencing a better way to move towards their goals.  They are completing the computer-based GED much faster and with a greater rate of success!  You can too!

 

Important news about the new GED Test!

From the Florida Department of Education website:http://www.fldoe.org/academics/career-adult-edu/hse

“GED Testing Service® released a new version of the GED® Test on January 1, 2014. Individuals who tested on the 2002 GED® Test Series but did not recieve a credential must start over. Scores from the 2002 Series Will Not be combined with scores for the new assessment.”

 

GED Test Information

The computer-based GED test allows students to:

  • Register and schedule the test online from the comforts of home;
  • Finish one section at a time and move on; set your own pace;
  • Type the essay (versus hand-write the essay);

GED website address: https:// ged.com

  • Testing Set up: 4 Modules
  • Reasoning through Language Arts
  • Mathematical Reasoning
  • Science
  • Social Studies

Florida Retake Policy:

  • *No Set limit on # of retakes per calendar year. There is a 60 day waiting periopd before 4th attempt & each attempt thereafter.

GED Eligibility Requirements

GED applicants must meet the following requirements

  • Be at least 18 years old.
  • Not currently enrolled in high school.
  • Did not graduate from an accredited high school.

Register

If you are interested in GED Testing, please go to the following link to set up your account and schedule your test dates and times: www.ged.com

 

For more information, please call the Testing and Assessment Center at850.484.1656.

GITS Certification

Gainesville Independent Testing Service (GITS) provides a full range of standard and custom certification and licensing examinations for regulatory agencies, trade organizations, industry, and certification groups.  Examination categories cover the full spectrum for Building, Electrical, Mechanical, and Plumbing Licensure as well as Business and Law.

For more information please visit the GITS website at:  www.gitsllc.org

HESI-A2 | Health Education Systems Incorporated Admission Assessment

HESI-A2 Entrance Exam

Students are required to take the HESI-A2 entrance examination for the RN Program.  This exam is comprised of the following five (5) components: Grammar, Vocabulary, Reading Comprehension, Mathematics, and Anatomy & Physiology. Students must make a minimum score of 75 on all 5 components of the HESI-A2.

Students may retake the test to improve their scores and they are allowed to retest on the HESI-A2 exam four times per twelve month period.  There must be fifteen (15) days in between each attempt regardless of where the exam is taken.

The Dept. of Nursing strongly recommends that students wait to retest until they have had significant time to study and prepare for the HESI-A2 in order to maximize their scores, thereby maximizing their points for admission to the program as well.  The Department of Nursing and Emergency Medical Services can accept HESI A-2 scores from other institutions following the established policies of the Pensacola State College Testing Center.

 

Registration

Information about the HESI A2 exam and how to register for it is provided in the 2 PDF documents below:

Registration Procedures (PDF)
HESI A2 FAQs (PDF)

HRMT | Health Related Math Test

HRMT

The Health Related Math (HRMT) Test for Math and Algebra is used to assess math skills for the following programs:

  1. Practical Nursing

LPN | Aptitude for Practical Nursing

LPN

The LPN (or Aptitude for Practical Nursing) Examination is required for entrance into the Practical Nursing Program.  This test is used to determine an individual’s readiness and capability by measuring abilities, skills, knowledge and attitudes deemed important for success in the program.
                       
*For more information about the LPN entrance exam please see the following link:www.psbtests.com

MSSC-CPT | Manufacturing Skills Standards Council’s Certified Production Technician

MSSC

The Manufacturing Skills Standards Council’s Certified Production Technician (MSSC-CPT) is a much desired entry level manufacturing certification that includes taking 4 exams for this certification.  To learn more about the MSSC certification system please see the following link:

www.nocti.org/CertificateProgram-MSSC.cfm

Other information about development of manufacturing career opportunities in the State of Florida can be found at the following link:

http://www.manufacturingtdi.com

For additional information regarding these exams, contact Testing at 850-484-1656.

Nelson Denny Reading

Nelson Denny Reading

The primary purpose of the Nelson-Denny Reading Test is to assess a student’s ability in three areas of academic achievement: vocabulary, reading comprehension, and reading rate. This test is used for the Emergency Medical Technician program.

PERT | Postsecondary Education Readiness Test

Postsecondary Education Readiness Test (PERT)

The Postsecondary Education Readiness Test (PERT) scores are used to determine  placement in college credit or developmental education classes.  It is important to prepare before taking this placement test for the first time.

The PERT test is comprised of the following three sections:

  • Reading
  • Writing
  • Mathematics

Each PERT section has 30 questions and the PERT test is not timed.  It is estimated that each section will take approximately 45 minutes to complete (total 2 hrs. and 15 min.).

PERT Study Guide

http://fldoe.org/core/fileparse.php/5592/urlt/0078248-pert-studentstudyguide.pdf

Placement Score Guide

/documents/placement-test-score-guide/

 


PERT Re-Test Policy

  • After a student has taken the P.E.R.T., he or she must wait a minimum of 30 days before attempting to re-test.
  • A student may not re-take a PERT sub-test in math, reading, or writing while he or she is enrolled in a developmental course in the same subject area.
  • A student who has earned an “N” (no credit) or a “W” (withdrawn) in a developmental course must remediate in the appropriate academic lab (Math Lab, Reading Lab, Writing Lab) before he or she can re-take portions of the P.E.R.T.
  • A student who has earned a passing grade (A, B, or C) in a developmental course does not need to remediate before re-testing.

SAT | Scholastic Aptitude Test

Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT)

The Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) measures students’ reasoning skills learned in high school and uses the results to determine students’ readiness to successfully perform at the college level.  The test consists of the following three sections:

  1. Writing
  2. Critical Reading
  3. Math

All students attending college for the first time must submit placement test scores that are less than two years old.

Fees: Please check SAT website for current fee structure.

*The SAT Student Website offers test prep resources, student blogs, test schedules, and other useful information.

Placement Score Guide

Placement Score Guide

TABE | Tests of Adult Basic Education

TABE

The TABE is a national skills assessment exam for adult learners enrolled in certificate programs. The TABE consists of 3 sections: Reading, Mathematics and Language Skills. The TABE is administered before enrollment or within the first six weeks of enrollment at a District Campus Testing Center. Students who need to improve skill levels in Reading, Mathematics and/or Language Skills should work with their program coordinator for guidance.

The TABE is also used to assess academic skills for students applying to the Pensacola State College Collegiate High School program.

Pensacola State College will also administer the TABE to students for other colleges.

To best prepare yourself to take the TABE please review the study guide found at the following link:

Preparing for the TABE

Testing Fees By Test Type

TEST FEE
ACT see ACT wesbite for current fees
ATI TEAS  – Allied Health

  • Test Fee $60.00
  • RegisterBlast Scheduling Fee $3.50 (non-refundable)
$63.50
CLEP

  • PSC Admin fee $20.00
  • CLEP- direct payment online $80.00
  • RegisterBlast Scheduling Fee $3.50 (non-refundable)

 

$103.50
CPT
EKG Technician
This certification exams are not offered daily and may only be offered once or twice per year.  Please contact the Testing Center at 850-484-1656 for more information about specific test dates and fees.
$115.00
FCAT No Charge
Florida Ready To Work No Charge
GED

  • 1st Attempt: $32 per section of GED (x 4 sections = $128)
  • 2nd & 3rd Attempts: $12 each
  • Each Attempt thereafter: $32.00
  • NOTE:GED sections can be taken and paid for individually

 

$128.00
(1st attempt all 4 sections)
HESI-A2

  • Test Fee $70.00
  • RegisterBlast Scheduling Fee $3.50 (non-refundable)

 

$73.50
HRMT (Health Related Math Test) No Charge
LPN

  • $25.00
  • RegisterBlast Scheduling Fee $3.50 (non-refundable)

 

$28.50
*MSSC – Manufacturing Skills Standard Council

  • *Candidate Registration Fee: $60 one-time only fee
  • 4 Tests (each $40+$25 proctor fee = $65 each) $260
  • TOTAL $320
  • NOTE: MSSC sections can be taken and paid for individually
$320.00
Nelson Danny Reading

  • $20.00
  • RegisterBlast Scheduling Fee $3.50 (non-refundable)

 

$23.50
Pearson Vue see Pearson Vue website for current fees
PERT
(Fee ONLY charged for retests and non-PSC students)
Retest / Non-PSC Students $10.00
Phlebotomy Technician
This certification exams are not offered daily and may only be offered once or twice per year. Please contact the Testing Center at 850-484-1656 for more information about specific test dates and fees.
$115.00
Proctor Services- Other Institutions $28.50
SAT see SAT website for current fees
TABE Pensacola State College Students: No Charge
PSC Collegiate High School students: $20.00
Non-students, other institutions or re-tests $20.00

 

Set Appointments & Pay Fees

RegisterBlast is the scheduling and fee payment system that PSC Testing Centers at Pensacola, Warrington and South Santa Rosa Centers use to allow students to conveniently make testing appointments and fees from either a desktop computer or mobile device.

Testing for the Milton and Century Testing Centers is by phone / appointment only. Call the Milton Testing Center at (850)484-4410 and the Century Center at (850)471-4622

Note: Due to security standards by Internet Explorer, the Testing Links do not work in Internet Explorer versions 10 and older. Please open this page in another browser such as Chrome, Safari or Firefox to access the web pages.

Hours Of Operation

Pensacola Campus Testing Hours

Testing Hours

Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday 8:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.

Thursday, Friday 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m

Office  Hours

Monday – Friday 7:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

Bldg. 6 (Student Services), Room 635
For more information please call: Call 850-484-1656

No Appointment Necessary (but recommended) For:

  • PERT
  • TABE

By Appointment Only:

Appointments and fee payment for the Pensacola Campus Testing Center can now be made online at www.registerblast.com/pensacolastate/exam.

  • PSC Course Exams
  • ATI TEAS (formerly TEAS V for AH)
  • CLEP
  • DSST
  • Florida Ready To Work
  • HESI-A2
  • HRMT (Health Related Math Test)
  • LPN
  • Nelson Denny Reading Test
  • PERT
  • Proctor Services – Other Institutions
  • TABE

The Pensacola Main Testing Center is a PearsonVUE Certified Test site and students can schedule testing for the GED, NREMT, FTCE, Comptia, Microsoft and other certification testing as follows:

Testing is available at all Pensacola State College locations; however, not all locations offer every test that is available. Check the locations listed nearest to you for availability.

Tests must be completed within the scheduled hours.

Warrington Campus Testing Hours

Monday-Friday 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

Bldg. 3300, Room 3306
For more information please call: 850-484-1076

All Tests at the Warrington Campus are By Appointment Only

Appointments and fee payment for the Warrington Campus Testing Center can now be made online at www.registerblast.com/warrington/exam
By Appointment Only:

  • PERT
  • TABE
  • PSC Course Exams
  • ATI TEAS (formerly TEAS V for AH)
  • HESI-A2
  • HRMT (Health Related Math Test)
  • LPN
  • Nelson Denny Reading Test
  • Proctor Services – Other Institutions

Testing is available at all Pensacola State College locations; however, not all locations offer every test that is available. Check the locations listed nearest to you for availability.

Tests must be completed within the scheduled hours.

Milton Campus Testing Hours

Monday – Friday    8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

All Tests at the Milton Campus are By Appointment Only

Bldg. 4200, Room 4202

For appointments and information please call:  850-484-4410

Available Tests:

  • PERT
  • TABE
  • CLEP
  • PSC Course Exams
  • Proctor Services – Other Institutions

Testing is available at all Pensacola State College locations; however, not all locations offer every test that is available. Check the locations listed nearest to you for availability.

Tests must be completed within the scheduled hours.

South Santa Rosa Center Testing Hours

Wednesday 12:00 pm to 4:00 pm

Fridays  9:00 am to 2:30 pm

Bldg. 51

For information please call:  850-484-1656

All Tests at the South Santa Rosa Center are By Appointment Only

Appointments and fee payment for the South Santa Rosa Center Testing  can now be made online at   www.registerblast.com/ssrc/exam.

Available Tests:

  • PERT
  • TABE
  • PSC Course Exams
  • Proctor Services – Other Institutions

Testing is available at all Pensacola State College locations; however, not all locations offer every test that is available. Check the locations listed nearest to you for availability.

Tests must be completed within the scheduled hours.

Century Center Testing Hours

All Tests at the Century Center are By Appointment Only

Bldg. 1

For appointments and information please call: 850-471-4622

Available Tests:

  • PERT
  • TABE
  • PSC Course Exams

Testing is available at all Pensacola State College locations; however, not all locations offer every test that is available. Check the locations listed nearest to you for availability.

Tests must be completed within the scheduled hours. 

Testing is available at all Pensacola State College locations; however, not all locations offer every test that is available. Check the locations listed nearest to you for availability.

Tests must be completed within the scheduled hours.

Pearson VUE Testing Services

Pensacola State College is a certified PearsonVue SELECT Testing Center.  Through PearsonVue students may take certification tests such as the Florida Teacher Certification Exam (FTCE), the Emergency Medical Technician Exam (EMT), and the Comptia Certification Exam.

NOTE:  The GED (General Education Development) test is also offered through PearsonVUE.

For a comprehensive list of all certification tests offered by PearsonVUE, please see the link below.

http://pearsonvue.com

Pensacola State College offers testing at two sites located on the Pensacola Main Campus and at the Century Center.

Pensacola Campus – SELECT (site# 49953)
Bldg. 6 (Student Services), Room 635
1000 College Blvd.Pensacola, FL 32504
Pearson VUE Testing Hours
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, 8:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.

Century Center (site# 74516)
Bldg. 1
440 East Hecker Road
Century, FL 32535
Pearson VUE Testing Hours
Thursday, 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

To Schedule Appointments and Pay Fees for:

Registration and payment for any PearsonVUE exam should be made through the following website:

PearsonVUE Certification Tests   Go to http://pearsonvue.com

PearsonVUE Call Center      Call 877-392-6433

GED Through PearsonVUE
PearsonVUE also offers the GED (General Education Development test), which has its own link for registration and fee payments.

GED       Go to www.GED.com

 

 

                                                       

PSC Proctoring Services

Pensacola State College offers proctoring services for students of other institutions for a minimal fee of $25.  Other institutions include (but not limited to) other colleges and universities, military, business organizations and institutions, etc.  For information on having a test proctored for another institution, please contact the Pensacola Campus Testing Center at 850-484-1656.

Fees: $25 (per test)

To request proctor services from Pensacola State College please complete and submit the following form to the Testing Center:

Request for Proctor Services

College Testing Policy:

  • Valid (current) identification is required for all examinees before taking any test for Pensacola State College Testing Centers.  Any examinee without valid identification will not be allowed to test.
  • No electronic devices, cell phones, food and drink, or other personal items are allowed in the testing rooms.  Violators will have their tests invalidated.
  • Pensacola State College is not responsible for theft, loss or damage to any prohibited electronic device, cell phone or other personal property brought to the testing rooms.
  • Children are not allowed in the test rooms.  Individuals who bring children to the campus are responsible for their supervision at all times.  Pensacola State College Public Safety will be contacted if any child is left unattended.

Placement Testing & Developmental Education Exemptions

Public high school graduates (Florida) Any student who entered Grade 9 in the Florida public school system in the 2003-2004 academic year (or later) andearned the FL Standard High School Diploma shall not be required to take the common placement test and shall not be required to enroll in developmental education instruction in a Florida College System institution. Active duty military Any active duty service member shall not be required to take the common placement test and shall not be required to enroll in developmental education.

If you believe you meet the exemption, you may take advantage of the exemption through review and verification of your final official FL high school transcript or verification of active duty military status. Upon verification of your exemption status, you may register for a college-level Gateway Course* without testing or without completion of developmental courses.

*A Gateway Course is defined as the first course in the reading, writing, and mathematics sequence that provides transferable college credit. The Gateway Courses are MAT1033C INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA and ENC1101C ENGLISH COMPOSITION I.

Eligibility for enrollment in any mathematics course beyond the mathematics Gateway Course, MAT1033C, will be determined by a grade of “C” or better in MAT1033C or placement test scores showing eligibility for MAC1105 COLLEGE ALGEBRA, STA2023 ELEMENTARY STATISTICS, or the higher level mathematics course for which enrollment is requested.

If you believe you meet either exemption indicated above, you may choose to enroll in developmental courses determined by placement test scores. Enrolling in the developmental courses will assist you in improving your skills prior to enrolling in college-level courses. Federal financial aid will cover developmental courses up to 30 credits.

New rulings from the Veterans Administration do not allow benefits to be provided for developmental education enrollment if the veteran meets the exemption criteria. Veterans who qualify for the exemption and wish to take advantage of remediation offered through developmental education courses are encouraged to discuss this with the Office of Veteran Services before registering for any developmental education course.

If you have any questions about this legislative change as it relates to your particular status, please meet with an advisor on a campus or center convenient to you.

Testing Services for Faculty

As a member of the National College Testing Association (NCTA), the Testing Center adheres to all professional standards and guidelines to ensure all tests are administered professionally, equitably and fairly in a courteous, confidential and secure environment.

What Testing Can Do For the Faculty

  • Administer any departmental, distance learning, or make-up exams;
  • Provide scoring services for group testing through REMARK scanning system (including test analysis reports);
  • Collaborate with Student Resource Center for ADA Services to provide accommodated testing services for students as needed.

An instructor can deliver a test to the Testing Center by hand-delivery, via interoffice mail or by scanning and emailing the exam to a secured address at test&assess@pensacolastate.edu . This address is monitored only by Pensacola State College test administrators.

The forms at the following links can be used to request testing and/or scanning services from the Test Center and can be used to provide clear instructions for administering each test to students.