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 Counseling Services administers a variety of computer-based and traditional paper-pencil format standardized exams to JSU students and the community at-large. Testing services are offered at convenient times in a quiet and comfortable environment. For detailed information about each specific test, please click on the items listed on this page.

Beginning May 1, 2017exams will need to be scheduled in advance. Our office will do our best to accommodate your requested time.  Appointments can be made Monday-Friday from 8:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.  The lab will close at 4:30 p.m.
 
Call (256) 782-5475 or come by our office at 140 Daugette Hall, 434 Trustee Circle. Appointment times for scheduled test must be made to meet the testing labs 4:30pm closing time.

HOODED SHIRTS/POCKETS, WATCHES, ELECTRONIC DEVICES are Not allowed in the testing room. 

What is the cancellation policy?
Information regarding tests cancellations.
 
What are the parking regulations for examinees?
JSU's visitor's parking policies and procedures apply to all examinations unless otherwise noted on the test information page. It is important to remember there is no parking on Trustee's Circle. Please review the parking locations or get directions to the testing site by clicking on the JSU Campus Map.

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Graduation Requirements

Because of the March 19th tornados and the associated disruptions many of our students continue to face, we would like to make the EPP requirements as convenient as possible.  Consequently, this semester, JSU is allowing students to take the EPP using an online, non-proctored version at a time that is most convenient for them.  Please check your JSU email for instructions from your Certification Advisor.  Please be aware, however, that students must complete the online EPP by Sunday, April 22nd.

If you are unable to take the test online, please contact JSU Testing Services at npenny@jsu.edu or (256) 782 5475 for an appointment in the JSU Testing Center. 

*** Please DO NOT following the EPP instructions below for Spring 2018 graduation requirement ***

One of these assessments must be completed in order to meet graduation requirements. 

  • EPP - ETS Proficiency Profile (Distance Ed Students) **Must be taken in the semester you are completing graduation requirements.** The EPP assesses four core skill areas —critical thinking, reading, writing and mathematics —in a single test. It is a Computer Based test.  You may register through Proctor U and take it from home. You may also obtain a proctor in your area through a qualified Testing Center, choosing your date and time.  Your proctor will need to email the Testing Administrator at npenny@jsu.edu with their information. 
        
  • EPP - ETS Proficiency Profile (On Campus Students) **MUST BE TAKEN IN THE SEMESTER YOU ARE GRADUATING.** This assessment is the same as the EPP for distance education students, but it is proctored on campus in a designated computer lab on scheduled test dates.
     
       
    Other Tests Administered
  • MAT - Miller Analogies Test - An ability test that requires examinees to solve word analogy problems. Several JSU graduate programs require the MAT as part of the admission process. (Computer-base test). $90.00 to be paid at time of testing. 
  • CLEP - College Level Examination Program - Provides tests that allow students to earn college credit by taking exams instead of taking the classes if students score high enough. (Computer-based test). $20.00 for JSU students, $30.00 for non-JSU students, to be paid at time of testing. 
    CHECK WITH REGISTRAR'S OFFICE BEFORE REGISTERING to make sure CLEP will go toward your requirements.

  • Residual ACT - Provides prospective students with an ACT score that will be used only by JSU for admission to our university. Test questions will measure knowledge in English, mathematics, reading, and science. (Paper test).
    $60.00 to be paid at time of registration, either by phone or in person. 
  • ACT- National American College Test-The ACT score can be used for admission to any university. Testing dates, payment and registration on www.act.org

  • Proctored Exam - Proctoring services for other universities, colleges, and entities that utilize distance learning.
    There is a $30.00 charge for non-JSU students, paid at time of testing. No charge for JSU students. Instructors located near JSU are expected to administer exams to local JSU students. (Computer-based and paper tests). Questions and instructions can be emailed to npenny@jsu.edu.

  • AECTP (formerly APTTP) - Alabama Educator Certification Testing Program - Has been replaced by Praxis. JSU does not administer. 
  • ALSPT - Alabama State Personnel Department - Statewide written examinations for various jobs posted by the State of Alabama Personnel Department. (paper test)
  • EIPA Written Test and Knowledge Standards - The comprehensive multiple choice test evaluates the interpreter’s understanding of information that is critical to performing with students in an education setting. (Computer-based test) There is a $30.00 charge, payable the day of the exam. 
  • Makeup and Proctored Exams- As of 5/1/2017, these exams must be by appointment only. Walk ins are not permitted. Non JSU students will be charged a fee of $30.00.
     
  • ACT WORKKEYS - Required by Alabama Law Enforcement Agencies, school employers as well as other employers. Cost is $50.00.  Call to schedule an appointment. 

  • PROVEXAM - Alabama Certification for Electricians, Plumbers, Heating and Cooling, just to name a few. Register and make payments through ProvExam. 

Tests Required by School of Education

 
   
           

 

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