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202 Norwood Hall, 320 W. 12th St., Rolla, MO 65409  - Phone:  (573) 341-4222  - Fax: (573) 341-4638  - Email:  testctr@mst.edu
Testing Center Schedule

COLLEGE LEVEL EXAM PROGRAM (CLEP)
Exams are administered by appointment only - not administered during Finals' Week
Test/Score Recipient Code: 6876

Testing Fee, payable to CLEP: $80.00 may be paid by credit/debit card, check or money order - no cash
Administrative Fee, payable to Missouri S&T: $30.00 may be paid by check, money order, or exact cash

Contact the Testing Center to register for CLEP include your name, phone number, email, and the CLEP exam

Visit  http://futurestudents.mst.edu/credit_by_exam/  to view which CLEP exams are awarded as credit at Missouri S&T


DISTANCE EDUCATION TESTING

Exams are administered by appointment only
$30.00 per exam administered fee is made payable to Missouri S&T by check, money order, or exact cash

 


COLLEGE BASE ASSESSMENT

Registration is open for those individuals re-taking one to three sections only.  The entire CBASE will no longer be administered. 

CBASE Test Dates  Registration must be received by
Saturday, November 23, 2013
Wednesday, November 20, 2013

Contact the Testing Center to register for the CBASE.  Include your name, phone number, e-mail address and which section(s) you plan to  retake.   An e-mail reminder/registration confirmation will be sent approximately a week prior to the test.

If retaking the English section report no later than 8am.  If retaking Math, Science, and/or Social Sciences report no later than 9am.

The $70 testing fee, payable to Missouri S&T,  is due when reporting for the test.

CBASE Information booklets are located on the 2nd floor of Norwood Hall

University of Missouri CBASE Office 1-800-366-8232


GRADUATE RECORD EXAM  (Subject Exams ONLY!)
Test Site Code: 6876

Saturday, November 10, 2012

Information & Registration Bulletins may
be found on the 2nd Floor of Norwood Hall

To register for the GRE visit http://www.ets.org/gre

*General Exams are administered in
Columbia, Jefferson City, Saint Louis, or Springfield


Missouri S&T Math Placement Exams

Missouri Math Placement Test 

Trigonometry Placement Test

Administered by appointment or on PRO dates
Dual enrollment and transfer student testing fee:
$20.00 each or $40.00 for both


MILLER ANALOGIES TEST (MAT)
Administered by appointment only
Testing fee, payable to Missouri S&T, $100.00 may be paid by check, money order, or exact cash
Contact the Testing Center to register


The PRAXIS Series

Test Site Code: 04012
Check In Starts at 7:30am

PRAXIS Test Dates Registration must be received by Late registration (add't'l $45 fee) must be received by Emergency Registration must be received by (web only with add't'l $75 fee)
Saturday, 9/22/12 8/23/12 8/30/12 9/14/12
Saturday, 11/3/12 10/4/12 10/11/12 10/26/12
Saturday, 1/26/13 12/27/12 1/3/13 1/18/13
Saturday, 4/13/13 3/14/13 3/21/13 4/5/13
Saturday, 6/8/13 5/9/13 5/16/13 5/31/13
Saturday, 7/20/13 6/20/13 6/27/13 7/12/13

PRAXIS CELL PHONE POLICY  

Possession of or use of telephones, cell phones, BlackBerry® devices, PDAs and other electronic or photographic devices is prohibited in the test center. If a test candidate brings such a device into the test center, they will be dismissed from the test, their registration and test fees will be forfeited, and their scores will be canceled by ETS. 

If examinees bring cell phones into the test center and then have to leave to store them in their vehicles, they must be back before the doors to the test center are closed. Once the doors to the test center are closed, no one will be admitted, even if they have already been in the test center and left to store a cell phone.

If examinees are dropped off, they must not have their cells phones in their possession. If they do, they will not be admitted to test. 

If an examinee is found to have a cell phone in their possession or found using one before, during or after the test inside of the test center, they are to be dismissed immediately from the test center NO EXCEPTIONS TO THIS POLICY.

 

BRAND NEW - Missouri S&T Testing Center is an ePRAXIS test site.  To register for the PRAXIS visit http://www.ets.org/praxis


Test of English as a Foreign Language  (TOEFL)

 To register for the TOEFL visit http://www.ets.org/toefl


Counseling Center  Assessments

Myer-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) $30.00 fee 

Strong Interest Inventory (SII) $20.00 fee

Testing fee payable to Missouri S&T by check, money order, or exact cash

For more information, contact the Missouri S&T Counseling Center at (573) 341-4211 or visit 204 Norwood Hall


The following exams are administered on campus by another department, or by area High Schools

ACT

ACT Information may be found by visiting  http://www.actstudent.org.


ETS Proficiency Profile and MFT (Major Field Test) are offered to students during the spring and fall semester.  

Students MUST register for the exams due to limited space.  Email Assessment, register online, or stop by G5B Campus Support Facility to set up a time to take the exam. More information and sample questions regarding the ETS Proficiency Profile and MFT may be found at ETS.

Students scheduling with the Testing Center to make up the ETS Proficiency Profile and/or MFT will be expected to pay a $25 test fee.  The $25 fee is to be paid, on the day of the appointment, in exact cash, check, or money order (payable to Missouri S&T).  Student Accounts will not be charged.


SAT

Visit http://www.collegeboard.com/sat  for more information regarding the SAT.

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