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Testing

Motlow offers a wide variety of testing options for potential and current students. Tests are available on all campuses by appointment. Please select your test to make an appointment.

Please arrive 15 minutes prior to your appointment and present a photo ID. If you are late and submitted a fee for the test, you will not receive a refund or credit. If you missed the appointment you should reschedule on a future date.

Contact

931-393-1763

[email protected].

Testing Transcript Request Form

 

Requesting GED Transcripts and Diplomas

DiplomaSender is the resource that maintains GED diploma and transcript records for the State of Tennessee. You can request a copy of your diploma and transcript by calling 1-855-313-5799 or visiting the DiplomaSender website.

DiplomaSender also maintains HiSET transcripts and HiSET diplomas.

 

Mission Statement

The Testing Center supports the mission of Motlow State Community College by providing assessments and tests that support, emphasize, and promote student success through enrollment, retention, and graduation initiatives.  

Trained and qualified test administrators provide services with the state-of-the-art technology by providing quality customer service and professionalism with the highest integrity to all stakeholders, academic programs, Tennessee Board of Regents’ institutions, testing agencies, and the communities in our eleven-county service area and beyond. As a member of the National College Testing Association, we adhere to their professional standards and practices as outlined in the NCTA Professional Standards and Guidelines.

Exams and Tests Offered

About the ACCUPLACER

The ACCUPLACER is a placement test that assesses students' level of skill and readiness for collegiate courses. The test is used as part of the admissions process to determine your level of college readiness in English, Reading, and Math. The test is computerized, multiple-choice, and not timed. The test is not a pass or fail test.

Responses to each question drive the next question's difficulty level, so it's important to give each question as much thought as possible before selecting an answer. The ACCUPLACER is scored on a scale of 200 - 300. A score of 250 or higher is needed in any subject area for college level placement. Scores falling below 250 will demonstrate learning support placement

The ACCUPLACER test is not required for college placement. Multiple factors such as ACT scores, high school transcripts or transfer college credits can be used by the college admissions office to determine your placement in college coursework. 

The ACCUPLACER can be taken to challenge Learning Support course placement. To learn more about Learning Support placement, please visit the

If you have attempted a Learning Support class or earned Learning Support credits in Reading, Writing, or Math, please do not schedule an ACCUPLACER test associated with those attempted or completed courses. If you have any questions about taking the ACCUPLACER with earned college credits or attempted college credits, please contact the Testing Center at 931-393-1763.

College Catalog.

Study Guide

Taking the ACCUPLACER Exam in Person

Appointments are available throughout the year at our campus testing rooms. Please choose one of the campus locations below to schedule an appointment for in-person testing:

About the ACCUPLACER

The ACCUPLACER is a placement test that assesses students' level of skill and readiness for collegiate courses. The test is used as part of the admissions process to determine your level of college readiness in English, Reading, and Math. The test is computerized, multiple-choice, and not timed. The test is not a pass or fail test.

Responses to each question drive the next question's difficulty level, so it's important to give each question as much thought as possible before selecting an answer. The ACCUPLACER is scored on a scale of 200 - 300. A score of 250 or higher is needed in any subject area for college level placement. Scores falling below 250 will demonstrate learning support placement

The ACCUPLACER test is not required for college placement. Multiple factors such as ACT scores, high school transcripts or transfer college credits can be used by the college admissions office to determine your placement in college coursework. 

The ACCUPLACER can be taken to challenge Learning Support course placement. To learn more about Learning Support placement, please visit the

If you have attempted a Learning Support class or earned Learning Support credits in Reading, Writing, or Math, please do not schedule an ACCUPLACER test associated with those attempted or completed courses. If you have any questions about taking the ACCUPLACER with earned college credits or attempted college credits, please contact the Testing Center at 931-393-1763.

College Catalog.

Study Guide

Remote Online ACCUPLACER Exam

The Testing Center is offering a remote ACCUPLACER test that you can take at home. The test is proctored online through Examity. Examity® charges an online proctoring service of $25 when you schedule your appointment.

The ACCUPLACER test is not required for college placement. Multiple factors such as ACT scores, high school transcripts or transfer college credits can be used by the college admissions office to determine your placement in college coursework. 

Important Information About Testing with Examity

  • Cost: $25 payable online when scheduling your appointment with Examity.
  • Desktop computer or laptop required: tablets and Chromebooks are not supported.
  • A working webcam, microphone, and speakers is required.
  • Internet speed must be at least 2 Mbps upload and download.
  • Browser: Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, Microsoft Edge, or Safari. Please disable your pop-up blocker.
  • Operating System: Windows 7 or later, Mac OS 10.8 or later.

Taking the Remote Online ACCUPLACER Exam

Please complete the form below to request an appointment to take the remote online ACCUPLACER exam with Examity®. You will receive details within 36 hours.

Appointments are available based on availability and it is best practice to schedule an appointment as soon as possible after you receive information from the testing center.

Sections of ACCUPLACER you wish to take with Examity®. Please check all that apply **
Have you enrolled in Learning Support classes at Motlow or another college?
 

National ACT Test Requirements

Students must take the National ACT Test to be eligible for the Tennessee Lottery Scholarship. Motlow does not administer the National ACT Test. Visit act.org for information regarding the National ACT Test.

ACT On-Campus Requirements

  • All Motlow students taking the ACT Test must have an admission application on file. Register for the ACT Test by logging into your MyMotlow account, go to the Student tab, click Testing/Proctoring Services, click ACT Test Registration, then proceed with the registration form.
  • Register for an appointment below. You will receive an email confirmation after completing the registration form.
Register for an appointment
Participants please arrive 15 minutes early. Tests are administered in Crouch Center 1043.

As a Testing Center, Motlow administers the complete ACT assessment several times each year. The test is given at the Moore County (Tullahoma) campus.

  • School Code 4003
  • ACT (An assessment of college readiness - passing grades are required for most college acceptance)
  • Scores cannot be transferred to another college/university
  • If a student plans to attend MTSU or any other college, he/she must take the test at that campus or the National ACT Test.
  • If a student is 16 years of age or younger, it is recommended he/she completes the National ACT Test offered through the high school.
  • All students taking the ACT Test must have a Motlow admission application on file prior to taking the ACT Test.
  • If you need to request special accommodations for ACT On-Campus Testing, please contact Disability Services at 931-393-1765.
  • If you have taken the ACT Test at another institution, you must wait 60 days before retaking the test.
  • The Testing Center will provide a calculator for the test. However, you may bring your personal calculator. The following calculators are prohibited: CFX-9970G, CRX-9970GE, Algebra fx 2.0, TI-89, TI-92, HP_40G, and HP49G.
  • A driver's license, passport, school picture ID card, or other picture identification is required.
  • Applicants will receive a confirmation in their Motlow email account.
  • Dual enrollment applicants are required to take all four sections of the test.
  • Applicants will pay the $56.00 ACT registration fee online at the time of appointment registration.
  • If you are taking the ACT test to enroll in the Joint, Dual, or Academically Talented/Gifted Enrollment Program, and would like your ACT Test results released to your high school counselor, you must submit a written request to the Testing Center after the test.
  • If you need special accommodations or modifications for the ACT test, please have your physician or doctor send a copy of your psychological or other pertinent records regarding your disability to the Office of Disability Student Services two weeks prior to test date.

PLEASE NOTE: Scores for the Motlow ACT On-Campus Test cannot be transferred to another college. If a student plans to attend another college, he/she must take the National Test or take the test on the campus of the prospective college.

Test Preparation

Materials including books or software programs to aid in preparation for taking the ACT On-Campus Test may be purchased at the Motlow Bookstore, any public bookstore, or online at actstudent.org.

Testing services provides special accommodation proctoring for Motlow students with documented learning, emotional or physical disability. Services are available on the all campuses.

Guidelines

  1. Contact Disability Services for approval: Smyrna-615-220-7857 or email: [email protected]. Moore County, McMinnville and Fayetteville campuses: Phone: 931-393-1765 or email: [email protected]
  2. Inform your instructor of your approved accommodations. Your instructor will forward your exam to the appropriate testing location
  3. Tests are by appointment only. To ensure a positive test experience, please give a 24-hour notice when scheduling your exam.
  4. Moore County Testing Center is located in Crouch Center 1043

Schedule an Appointment

Students specializing in Business and Technology degree programs are required to take the Program Field Exit Exam in Business or Technology in addition to the ETS Exit Exam. Students will receive an email notification regarding when to take the Business or Technology Program Field/Exit Exam. Typically, the exam will be taken during the student's last semester.

For more information, please contact the Business Education Curriculum Chair, Tracy Lee, at [email protected].

Please refer to the Challenge Examination Program Credit information in the college catalog to learn more about this program. Contact the curriculum chair in the academic department associated of the course to be challenged for credit. Contact information for curriculum chairs can be found in the Directory on the Motlow website. The final step is scheduling an exam appointment with the Testing Center.

After completing the online registration form, applicant will receive an email confirmation.

To register for an appointment, choose your campus:

CLEP Test

The College Level Examination Program (CLEP) helps you earn college credit for information you already know. Before you register for a CLEP exam, check with your academic advisor at your current institution to make sure the CLEP exam you wish to take is appropriate for your needs. All CLEP exams are administered on the Moore County Campus in the Testing Center located in the Crouch Building (Room 1043). Exam administration schedules, registration dates, and deadlines are set by the Moore County Testing Center. 

Motlow State Community College does not award credit for all the CLEP exams. Test credit is applied according to the published policy at the time the credit is received and posted by TBR or the college. For updated information regarding this and all other important CLEP policies, please visit the Motlow Handbook section on CLEP.

CLEP Examination Course Equivalent

CLEP Exams and their Motlow course equivalents

Please contact your advisor, admissions and records, or refer to the college catalog about course equivalent and CLEP credit.

Registration Procedures

(You must register with College Board and complete the CLEP Registration Form for Motlow to take the test.)

  1. Review all CLEP information and Motlow State policies prior to scheduling an appointment
  2. Create a CLEP account and register with College Board to pay the CLEP exam fee through the MyAccount portal. Once you register, make sure to print your CLEP Exam Registration Ticket and be sure to present it on the day of your test. Certain exams have an optional essay. If you are taking the College Composition Modular CLEP for Motlow credit, a separate essay is required. The essay is subject to review and approval by the Motlow English faculty
  3. To reserve a seat for testing and schedule a specific date and time for your exam, you must complete the following: 
    • Create an account and register with College Board to pay the CLEP exam fee through the My Account portal
    • Register for a testing appointment  (See Schedule an Appointment below) 
    • Submit a separate, non-refundable administration fee. The administration fee will be paid at the time of registration. The fee must be paid by credit or debit card
  4. After completing the Motlow online CLEP Test registration and scheduling process, check your email for a CLEP Confirmation letter sent to your personal email. The CLEP Confirmation letter from Motlow and the College Board CLEP Exam Registration Ticket are required and must be presented on test day to be admitted to take the test
  5. If you require testing accommodations, contact the testing center by the deadline for submitting documentation and well in advance of the test date to make the necessary arrangements. Please visit the College Board Website for more information

Preparation and Study Materials

Schedule an Appointment

Appointments for the test and a list of open dates are available online through RegisterBlast. After completing the online registration form, applicant will receive an email confirmation. To register for an appointment, choose the campus where you want to take the exam:

Take the Test

  • Arrive 15 minutes prior to your scheduled appointment time. Examinees arriving more than 15 minutes late may not be admitted and will forfeit any costs paid
  • You are required to bring two forms of identification. Your IDs cannot be expired and must be in the name in which you are registered to test
  • Primary ID: Must be a government-issued, non-expired photo ID. Acceptable documents include a driver license, passport, state-issued identification card, or military identification
  • Secondary ID: Must have a photo or signature, such as a Social Security Card, student ID, employee ID, or a debit/credit card in the examinee's name
  • Bring your CLEP Confirmation letter sent to your email
  • All transactions are non-refundable

Re-Test Policy

A CLEP examination may be repeated three months or more after the original test. Scores on tests repeated earlier than three months will be cancelled and test fees forfeited. The waiting period provides test-takers an opportunity to spend additional time preparing for the exam or the option of taking a classroom course.

Results

You will receive an unofficial score report immediately upon completion of your CLEP exam. However, the College Composition Modular with Essay for Motlow credit will be scored by the college's faculty. It may take 2-3 weeks after the test date for scoring. Test-takers will receive a letter by mail regarding test results. 

A score recipient (college or university) that is selected through the software on the day of the exam will receive one report free of charge after the test. If you do not select a score recipient, you will have to pay a $20 transcript fee for the service at a later date. Please visit the College Board Website for more information. Additional CLEP transcripts can be obtained for a $20.00 fee by contacting College Board/CLEP directly.

If you designate Motlow as the recipient of your official CLEP transcript, it will take approximately 4-6 weeks from the date of request through College Board/CLEP for the Motlow Admissions' Office to receive and process your scores. Please contact the Motlow Admissions' Office directly at [email protected] or 931-393-1520. if you need to check on receipt of an official CLEP transcript. The following is a list of the CLEP subject examinations. Opposite the examinations are accepted score, credit granted by Community Colleges and equivalent TBR course, using TBR Common Core Course Numbers. *If you are taking the College Composition Modular CLEP for Motlow credit, a separate essay is required. The essay is subject to review and approval by the Motlow English faculty. *Fee for optional essays - $10.

For more information, please call (931) 393-1763 or email [email protected].
 

CLEP Exams Are Now Available Through Remote Proctoring

At-home CLEP exams with remote proctoring are now available. Remote proctoring allows students to take an exam online in their home environment while a human proctor monitors them via video. At-home exams will be administered by Proctortrack, CLEP’s remote proctoring partner that specializes in verifying the identity of online test-takers while detecting and deterring academic misconduct. Proctortrack will serve as the sole provider of remote-proctored CLEP exams to ensure consistency in registration, scheduling, and administration in a secure online environment.

At-Home CLEP Exam Requirements

Eligibility

To be eligible for remote proctoring, students must be:  

  • 13 years old or older and located in the U.S. 

OR

  • DANTES-funded*

*Please note DANTES-funded candidates can register now for remote-proctored exams but won’t be able to schedule their at-home exam appointment until mid-May. If a DANTES-funded test taker needs to take their exam before mid-May, we recommend they schedule their exam with a CLEP test center. 
 
Want to know more about DANTES funded CLEP exams? Visit CLEP Military Benefits.

Equipment and Environment

Students taking the exam must have a PC computer or laptop (no Macs), an internal/external speaker and microphone, a camera, and, if taking notes during the exam, a white board with a dry erase marker or one transparent sheet protector with a dry erase marker. The test taker must also be alone in a private room. View the detailed list of requirements.

How to Sign Up

Students can take any of the 34 CLEP exams at home. At-home exams will contain the same questions, format, and timing as exams taken at a CLEP test center.

To register, log in to the CLEP My Account Registration Portal and follow the steps to sign up for a CLEP exam. When you reach the Preferred Test Center section, you can select at home with remote proctoring as your preferred test center and you will be charged a remote proctoring fee at checkout along with the CLEP exam fee.

If you need testing accommodations for your at-home exam, you must first receive approval from College Board to complete the exam registration. To submit a request for testing accommodations, students must complete the Student Eligibility Form.

After registration is complete, you will receive a confirmation email from CLEP with instructions on how to create an account and schedule your at-home exam appointment with Proctortrack.

To learn more, visit the At-Home CLEP Exams page.

Preparation and Study Materials

Re-Test Policy

A CLEP examination may be repeated three months or more after the original test. Scores on tests repeated earlier than three months will be canceled and test fees forfeited. The waiting period provides test-takers an opportunity to spend additional time preparing for the exam or the option of taking a classroom course.

Results

You will receive an unofficial score report immediately upon completion of your CLEP exam. However, the College Composition Modular with Essay for Motlow credit will be scored by the college's faculty. It may take 2-3 weeks after the test date for scoring. Test-takers will receive a letter by mail regarding test results. A score recipient (college or university) that is selected through the software on the day of the exam will receive one report free of charge after the test. If you do not select a score recipient, you will have to pay a $20 transcript fee for the service at a later date. Please visit the College Board Website for more information. Additional CLEP transcripts can be obtained for a $20.00 fee by contacting College Board/CLEP directly.

If you designate Motlow as the recipient of your official CLEP transcript, it will take approximately 4-6 weeks from the date of request through College Board/CLEP for the Motlow Admissions' Office to receive and process your scores. Please contact the Motlow Admissions' Office directly at [email protected] or 931-393-1520. if you need to check on receipt of an official CLEP transcript. The following is a list of the CLEP subject examinations. Opposite the examinations are accepted score, credit granted by Community Colleges and equivalent TBR course, using TBR Common Core Course Numbers. *If you are taking the College Composition Modular CLEP for Motlow credit, a separate essay is required. The essay is subject to review and approval by the Motlow English faculty. *Fee for optional essays - $10.

CLEP Examination Course Equivalent

Motlow accepts CLEP credit for specific course equivalents based on the score received with corresponding CLEP exams. Motlow does not grant credit based on the CLEP general examination. To determine CLEP exam credit Motlow accepts, please use the link below. 

CLEP Exams and their Motlow course equivalents

Please contact your advisor, admissions, and records, or refer to the college catalog about course equivalent and CLEP credit.

Testing accommodations are available for students registered and approved by Disability Student Services. If you need accommodations for any testing session:

  • Contact Disability Student Services and verify that your records are on file.
  • Discuss with the instructor that you will take your tests in Testing Services.
  • Make arrangements with the instructor to deliver your test to Testing Services before your test date.

For more information, please call 931-393-1763 or [email protected].

Appointments for the test and a list of open dates are available online through RegisterBlast. After completing the online registration form, applicant will receive an email confirmation.

To register for an appointment, choose the campus where you want to take the exam:

Motlow Testing Center provides proctoring for Correspondence and Distance Education classes from other colleges. If you are taking a Correspondence or Distance Education course for another college, please contact your school first for approval to take the test at Motlow. There is a $28.50 fee which must be paid on the day of the scheduled test. Proctoring services are available on the following campus: Moore County, Fayetteville, Smyrna, and McMinnville

Schedule the test four to six week prior to the test deadline. Students must contact the Testing Center two business days before the appointment to ensure all necessary exam information has been received.

Schedule an Appointment


Motlow is an authorized Testing Center for Pearson Vue. The EMT and NREMT are administered at the Moore County Testing Center.

EMT and NREMT candidates can register and schedule appointments online. All payments for exam fees are handled through Pearson Vue. Candidates are required to bring primary and secondary identification for the test.

ETS Proficiency Profile Exit Exam for Graduates

The ETS Proficiency Profile is used by Motlow as their General Education assessment of graduating sophomores. The ETS Proficiency Profile is a test based on college-level skills in reading, writing, critical thinking and mathematics designed to measure the academic skills developed through general education courses.

Each student graduating from Motlow State Community College with a 2-year degree is required by the Tennessee Board of Regents to take a general competency test.

Students graduating with a 1-year technical certificate are not required to take the ETS Proficiency Profile test.

It is recommended that students complete the test during the last semester prior to graduation. The test can be taken online at home or wherever you have access to a computer. Students will be expected to follow exam guidelines and testing policies. Failure to meet this graduation requirement will result in a delay in receiving your diploma or transcript.

Exam Information

  • All students graduating with a 2-year degree are required to take the ETS Proficiency Profile Exit Exam. 
  • Technical Certificate recipients are not required to take the ETS Proficiency Profile Exit Exam.
  • Results will not affect your graduation; however, you will not receive your diploma or transcript until you have completed the exam.
  • High scores will enhance the value of your diploma. We encourage you to give your best on the exam.
  • The exam is 45 minutes and consists of 36 multiple choice questions in mathematics, critical thinking, reading, and writing.
  • Motlow’s evaluation and future funding are based on students' performance.
  • The test measures how well Motlow educates its students.
  • Students seeking a Business Degree and/or Early Childhood Education Degree must take the ETS Proficiency Profile Exit Test and Business Major Field Exit Test and/or Early Childhood Education Field Exit Test. Questions regarding the major field exit exams should be submitted to the academic department associated with your degree. Please refer to the Directory for contact information. 

Preparation and Study Materials

ETS does not provide study guides, however they do provide sample questions.

Exam Results

The ETS exam score will be available to view and/or print at the end of the student's session.

For more information, please call 931-393-1763 or [email protected].

Taking the Online ETS Proficiency Profile Exit Exam

To access the ETS Proficiency Profile Exit Exam, you will need to have a computer available with internet connection. If you do not have a computer with internet connection, Motlow library locations may have devices available for checkout that will launch the exam or you can contact the Motlow Testing Center for additional information. 

Please complete the information below and submit. Testing Center staff will respond within 36 hours and provide instructions regarding taking the exam.

Do you have access to a computer and internet connection to take the exam?*
Have you completed the Intent to Graduate?*
Have you received a notification that your Intent to Graduate has been processed?
When do you plan to graduate?*
Please wait until you receive notification that your Intent to Graduate has been processed through the admissions and records office before scheduling your ETS Exit Exam. Completing the ETS Exit Exam prior to completion of processing your Intent to Graduate can impact correct updates to your account and access to transcripts and your diploma.
 

Schedule an Appointment


Motlow offers the HiSET (High School Equivalency Test). The HiSET is available in both computer-and paper-based format. HiSET is accepted by the State of Tennessee in regards to issuing the High School Equivalency diploma, transcripts, or verification. Learn about the HiSET exam.

Preparation for the Test

For information about classes and test vouchers, contact the local TDLWD Adult Education Division in your service area or visit the TDLWD website.

Registration

Registration is required for the HiSET Test. To schedule an appointment call an ETS representative at 1-855-MyHiSET (1-855-694-4738) or visit the HiSET Website.

Cancellation

For specific information regarding cancellation, visit the HiSET Website.

What is on the test?

Your skills and knowledge are measured in five core areas:

  • Language Arts - Reading
  • Language Arts - Writing
  • Mathematics
  • Science
  • Social Studies

Official Test Scores

When you complete a computer-delivered test, immediate, unofficial scores are displayed for all multiple-choice sections. On average, official test scores for both computer and paper delivered tests are posted within:

  • 3-5 business days for multiple-choice sections
  • 6-10 business days for the essay section

Note: The Language Arts - Writing sub-test contains both multiple-choice and essay questions. Only a combined score is reported, so scores are available within approximately 6-10 business days.

How Can I Access My Scores?

Your scores are available through your HiSET account. They are not sent in the mail.

If you do not have Internet access or you need help, contact your test center. As long as you have taken at least one sub-test at a test center, they will be able to access your scores.

Your scores are available in two different types of reports.

If you need an official Comprehensive Score Report sent to a college, scholarship program or other organization, contact ETS at 1-855-MyHiSET (1-855-694-4738).

Disability

If you have a disability or health-related needs, you need to request accommodations prior to scheduling your test appointment. For more information, visit the HiSET website at www.HiSET.org. You must send all completed requests for testing accommodations to:

ETS Disability Services
P.O. Box 6054
Princeton, NJ 08541-6054

Schedule an Appointment

Appointments for the test and a list of open dates are available online through RegisterBlast. After completing the online registration form, applicant will receive an email confirmation.

To register for an appointment, choose the campus where you want to take the exam:

Some instructors require students enrolled in Learning Support online classes complete their exams in a secure testing environment with approved proctors. There is no fee for Learning Support proctored testing services. Motlow State Community Colleges provide proctoring services at the following campuses: Moore, Fayetteville, McMinnville and Smyrna. Students must schedule an appointment to take the test.

Appointments for the test and a list of open dates are available online through RegisterBlast. After completing the online registration form, applicant will receive an email confirmation.

To register for an appointment, choose the campus where you want to take the exam:

The Testing Center administers Makeup tests by appointment only. Students are required to have approval from the instructor before scheduling an appointment for a Makeup Test. Students must log in on their MyMotlow account to schedule an appointment. Makeup tests are available on the following campuses: Moore, Fayetteville, McMinnville and Smyrna. If you have questions, please feel free to contact the Testing Services at 931-393-1763 or email [email protected].

If approved by your instructor, the Motlow Library locations can be an alternate option for proctored testing. The library locations can also be an option to use for access to a device to take the ETS Proficiency Profile Exit exam. 

Appointments for taking a test in the library and a list of open dates are available online through RegisterBlast. Please review the information carefully in RegisterBlast as you schedule an appointment. After completing the online registration form, you will receive an email confirmation.

To register for an appointment, choose the campus where you want to take the exam:

If your exam requires a proctor and it doesn't fall in any category listed as available tests, please schedule your appointment under Proctored Testing.

Appointments for the test and a list of open dates are available online through RegisterBlast. After completing the online registration form, applicant will receive an email confirmation.

To register for an appointment, choose the campus where you want to take the exam:

Appointments for the test and a list of open dates are available online through RegisterBlast. After completing the online registration form, applicant will receive an email confirmation.

To register for an appointment, choose the campus where you want to take the exam:

Some instructors require students enrolled in online classes complete their exams in a secure testing environment with approved proctors. There is no fee for online proctored testing services. Motlow provides proctoring services at the following campuses: Moore, Fayetteville, McMinnville and Smyrna. Students must schedule an appointment to take the test.

Appointments for the test and a list of open dates are available online through RegisterBlast. After completing the online registration form, applicant will receive an email confirmation.

To register for an appointment, choose the campus where you want to take the exam:

The TN eCampus (formerly RODP) is governed by the Tennessee Board of Regents (TBR). TN eCampus classes are offered online through a student's home school. Some TN eCampus instructors prefer that their students take online exams in a secure testing environment. Motlow offers TN eCampus proctor testing services to any student enrolled in TN eCampus classes.

If you are enrolled in TN eCampus classes, you can schedule an appointment to have your test proctored at Motlow (even if you are not a Motlow student). There is no fee for TN eCampus proctored testing services at Motlow.

For more information about the TN eCampus program, please visit the TN eCampus website. 

Testing Center Rules and Policies

  • Appointments should be made in advance.
  • Make-up tests will be authorized and approved by your instructor. It is your responsibility to arrange for your makeup test to be delivered to the Testing Center before your appointment.
  • Arrive at least 15-minutes before your scheduled appointment to allow time for check-in. The system will not allow you to sign in if you don't have an appointment.
  • Present a valid photo ID.
  • Know course name and number (example: ENGL1010) as well as your instructor's name.
  • Staff cannot watch unattended children.
  • Personal belongings such as hats, coats, food, drinks, phones, devices, purses or backpacks are not allowed in the Testing Center.
  • The Testing Center is not responsible for your personal items.
  • You may not take notes or scratch paper out of the Testing Center after the test.
  • Approved calculators are permitted for specific tests and will be inspected prior to use.
  • The Testing Center proctors all exams according to the information given by the instructor.
  • All tests must be completed in one sitting unless otherwise indicated by the instructor.
  • Acts of dishonesty or misconduct may cause dismissal from the Testing Center. Please refer to the college's conduct and disciplinary sanctions in the catalog.
  • To cancel or change an appointment, please contact the Testing Center.

For more information, please call 931-393-1763 or email [email protected].

Agreements

Testing Center agrees to

  • Operate under the guidelines of local, federal, and state regulations
  • Protect confidentiality and privacy of candidates and staff
  • Adhere to guidelines from testing companies as well as those set by Testing Services
  • Promote honesty, integrity, and fairness in all testing procedures

Examinees agree to

  • Present a valid photo ID for every test. No exceptions
  • Arrive early, before test administration begins
  • Do not bring any food or beverages into the testing room
  • Turn off cell phones, pagers, any noise making devices
  • Do not bring friends, children into the testing room
  • Be honest with all test taking
  • Return all testing materials (scratch paper, pencils, and calculators) to the test proctor
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