If you would like to schedule an appointment by email, please click on the name of the test below or call the Testing and Career Center at 660-530-5818. Please include your first and last name, student ID number, and your phone number in your email.
Make sure to bring a photo ID to the Testing and Career Center in the Yeater Building, Room 171, the day of your test or you will not be allowed to take your exam! Please view this document to see what is acceptable ID.
$32.00 Test fee; $47.00 Test fee with the Plus Writing Option.
Students wishing to take the ACT need to register on-line at http://www.actstudent.org/regist/
ACT Test Dates 2015-2016
|Late Fee Required
|June 11, 2016
||May 6, 2016
||May 7-20, 2016
This is one of SFCC’s accepted Placement Tests. Testing with ACCUPLACER on SFCC's Campuses is scheduled to begin the second week of June. ACCUPLACER tests your knowledge in math, reading, and writing. Over 1,500 institutions administer ACCUPLACER tests as part of the enrollment process. These tests help identify your strengths and needs in each subject area. ACCUPLACER has interactive online learning tools which are available to help you sharpen your skills. The Navigators at SFCC will use your ACCUPLACER test results along with information about your academic background, goals, and interests to help you take courses that match your skill level and give you the best opportunities for success.
Mondays at 9 a.m. and 1 p.m. and Wednesdays at 1 p.m.
ACT COMPASS: This is the placement test given by SFCC. Once you have filled out your Application for Admission to SFCC make an appointment to take the COMPASS. The first time you take the test it will be free of charge. COMPASS is what determines which courses you are placed into after you are accepted. Please try your best on this exam. Visit the COMPASS Website to check out sample problems! If you decide to retake COMPASS you must wait one week before testing again and pay the $15.00 re-take fee. If you need to take the COMPASS to attend another institution we will be happy to accommodate you. Call us at 660-530-5818 and we will give you the details.
By Appointment with a minimum of 24 hours notice
Auto technicians and other professionals who want to become ASE certified can take one or more of ASE’s 40-plus exams. The exams are grouped into specialties such as automobile, medium/heavy truck, truck equipment, school bus, collision repair, and more. Please call 660-530-5818 to make an appointment.
ATI Testing for Nursing Program Admissions
Year 1 and Year 2
TEAS-Test of Essential Academic Skills
Thursdays at 1:00 PM (Sedalia Campus); $86.00
Available in Boonville and Eldon on other dates for SFCC students. Please check www.atitesting.com for those select dates
This is the test you need to take if you are entering the nursing program. The TEAS-V test is required as part of the application requirements, and students must score a 58.7 percent or higher. Effective October 1, 2015, the maximum number of attempts to achieve 58.7 percent is three (3).
You must register for your exam on the ATI Online Store. Along with your photo ID, you must bring your user name and password the day of the test. Study Guides for TEAS can be purchased at the ATI Testing website or used in the Donald C. Proctor Library on SFCC's Main Campus. You may also find the SFCC TEAS V Content Outline helpful. TEAS V FAQs can be found by reading this document. Additional TEAS V Resources can be found on this document.
CLEP-College Level Examination Program
By appointment; $20 proctoring fee, $80 test cost- All test fees must be paid through through the My Account registration portal
Register and pay for your CLEP Exam on the College Board Website and then call the Testing and Career Center at (660) 530-5818 to make your appointment.
CLEP offers exams in over 35 subject areas and students can earn up to 30 semester hours of credit at SFCC by taking CLEP exams. CLEP transcripts can be transferred to any institution. Students need to check the Credit by Exam Policy at the Institution where they are attending or applying before taking CLEP tests. Please a government-issued photo identification with signature (for example: military ID, driver's license, passport). Please Note: The CLEP retest policy has changed All CLEP test-takers who test after 10/17/204 only have to wait three (3) months to retest. Those who tested before 10/17/2014, still must wait the six (6) months in order to retest.
Exit Exam/ETS Proficiency Profile
$16.50 Course Fee for EXIT 999
Students are entered into the course EXIT 999 when they are approved for graduation. The course will show up on your schedule when your graduation application has been approved. You will need to follow the directions in the online course and in the syllabus to complete your course successfully and graduate. Contact the Testing and Career Center Office with any questions.
If you want to pursue a rewarding career or continue your education, then getting your high school credential is the most important step you can take. Colleges as well as many employers require one. TheHISET® exam, can help you achieve this important state-issued high school equivalency credential. A student’s skills and knowledge are measured in five core areas that make up the five HiSET subtests: Language Arts – Reading; Language Arts – Writing; Mathematics; Science; Social Studies. The test is 6 hours long if taken in its entirety. Scores for the multiple choice test are posted within 3-5 business days and the written test are posted within 6-10 business days. Register online at www.hiset.ets.org
HOAE 3rd Edition (Health Occupations Aptitude Examination)
Test Dates posted on the test webite. Click on the website link and register to hold your seat on one of the testing dates.
The HOAE is the exam used for testing the applicants wishing to enter the Dental Hygiene program. Students take this exam only on dates from August to January. Applicants register for a seat online, but pay for the $40 exam cost when arriving in the testing center at the time of the exam. Student scores are an average of the first seven percentiles (the vocational score is thrown out when calculating the score). Students are shown how to calculate and are given their scores when they leave the Testing Center. If you would like to know what to study, here is a handout that might help.
Missouri General Education Assessment (MoGEA)
The MoGEA is composed of 5 subtests English Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies, and Writing. It is replacing the College BASE assessment that is currently administered by Teacher Education Programs. If you would like to sign up for the MoGEA exam please go to the following website. http://www.mo.nesinc.com/Home.aspx
Located at this site are preparation materials, testing policies, information about test scores, as well as information about how to register and pay for your exam.
***To schedule more than one single subtest on the same day you must schedule and pay for them separately***
Non-SFCC Students will be charged a $20 proctoring fee. Please provide a BlueCard or current SFCC schedule to avoid paying the $20 proctoring fee.
Please click here to view the Retake Policy
CBASE is no longer administered Students are now required to take MoGEA. Students that have previously taken CBASE may request scores from http://arc.missouri.edu/Content/CBASE/CBMO.aspx#anchor19 to satisfy degree requirements.
Miller Analogies Test
By Appointment: $70 fee includes exam and proctoring.
The MAT is a high-level mental ability test requiring the solution of problems stated as analogies. You must provide two forms of identification on the day of testing one must be a picture ID. Check out the MAT website by clicking on the link in the test title above.
By appointment; $20 per test for non-SFCC students.
If you need an exam from another college or university or an on-line exam from SFCC proctored in a quiet and professional setting SFCC's Testing and Career Center can offer you that service. Contact us for times and appropriate arrangements.
CareerScope and Self-Directed Search
These are career assessments that pair interests and aptitudes to help identify career paths to students that are looking to choose a major or career field. A session with the Career Planning Counselor will follow these assessments to review your results.
NOCTI, NBS, SHL, and Bennett Mechanical Comprehension Test
All of these exams are used both on SFCC's campus and in Business and Industry testing. To make an appointment for one of these tests please contact the Testing and Career Center at (660) 530-5818