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Testing Fees

 Starting July 1, 2013 to June 30, 2014

Test Programs

2013-2014

CLEP (College Level Exam Program)

$80.00

Testing Center CLEP Administration Fee

$30.00

CollegeBase (CBASE)

Late Registration fee (assessed two weeks prior to test date)

$70.00

Additional $25.00

Missouri General Education Assessment (MoGEA) Sitting fee

$5.00/subtest

Fee Maximum is $25.00

Distance/Online Education Exams


$30 per administered exam

Miller Analogy Test

$100.00

Math Placement Exams (MMPT/Trig) Transfer & Dual Enrolled Students

$20.00 per administered exam

Assessments and Inventories

ETS Proficiency Profile Make-up

$30.00

Major Field Test (MFT) Make-up $30.00
Myers-Briggs Type Indicator
$30.00

Strong Interest Inventory

$20.00

Test Scoring Services for Instructors
(This is a billable service - invoices delivered at the end of the each semester)

Scanner Maintenance Fee
General Purpose Answer Sheets
Scoring per Sheet

$40.00
$.20 per sheet
$.25

Testing fees are due on the day the assessment is administered.  Acceptable forms of payment include check, money order and exact cash.  If paying by check or money order, make it payable to Missouri S&T. 

Contact the Testing Center with any questions regarding payment methods.

 

 

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