A proctored test is one that is taken under supervision. Some NCMC instructors require exams to be proctored. Check your online course syllabus to see if your class requires proctored exams.
Students who miss a test may be required to take a proctored make-up test at a later date.
There is no charge for students taking a proctored test for an NCMC class. There is also no charge for students attending another Missouri community college for proctored tests.
Proctored testing is currently available at two locations, Main Campus – Trenton and North Belt Center. Select the best location that fits your schedule.
Accuplacer is a web-based test that evaluates student’s skills in Writing (WritePlacer), Reading and Math. Each subject is a separate test.
NCMC Degree-Seeking students, contact your advisor for more information concerning the portions of the Accuplacer you need to take. Dual Credit students contact Whitney Trump, non-degree seeking students should contact Jenna Stevens, and new students will be advised during an OAR session.
When registering for Accuplacer select the location that best fits your schedule.
The Missouri General Education Assessment (MoGEA) test is used for admission into undergraduate educator preparation programs in Missouri and includes sections on English language arts, writing, mathematics, science and social science.
Paraprofessionals are required to obtain 60 college credit hours or have passed the ParaPro Assessment (before September 23, 2013) or the Paraprofessional Assessment (September 23, 2013 or after) in order to work under the direct supervision of an appropriately certified teacher to provide instructional assistance. The Paraprofessional Assessment is also required for individuals seeking to be employed as teaching assistants residing in Title I schools.
The ATI TEAS, or Test of Essential Academic Skills, is designed specifically to assess a student’s preparedness entering the health science fields. The ATI TEAS test is comprised of 170 questions set up in a multiple-choice format with four-option answers. Questions are designed to test the basic academic skills you will need to perform in class in the areas of: Reading, Math, Science, and English and Language usage. Results provide valuable data used to evaluate a student’s likelihood for success in our nursing program.
Students have two options for completing the TEAS examination:
- You may complete it online through remote proctoring of the exam by an ATI proctor
- You may complete the exam at a PSI testing center *Please note – NCMC is not a PSI testing center
To set up an account and register for the exam, either with a remote ATI proctor or at a PSI testing center, please visit atitesting.com
The above website will also answer all of your questions in regard to the TEAS exam, including: test cost (around $115), test subject matter, testing format, PSI testing center sites and exam preparation products.
Please note, if you register for a remote proctored exam at ATI, you will need to select the school in which to send a transcript after you complete the TEAS Exam. Students should select North Central MO TEAS for their test transcript to be sent to North Central Missouri College. You will receive an email from ATI stating your results were sent to the school; if you do not receive this email, please email your results to Keri Johnson at [email protected]. If you have concerns, please contact Keri Johnson to make sure the school has received your scores as it is the students’ responsibility to make sure the school has received the score.
The Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education selected a new high school equivalency test that replaced the GED starting January 2014. Missouri’s current high school equivalency is called the HiSET.
Learn more about Adult Education Services at NCMC.
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Respondus is a remote proctoring software. It allows students to take online assessments from a remote location – all while ensuring the integrity of the exam process.
The Library and Testing Center have laptops with Respondus available for in library use.
To reserve a laptop, select one of the following options:
- Email [email protected] with date, time, instructor name, class, and that you’re reserving a Respondus laptop
- Use text service and include date, time, instructor name, class, and that you’re reserving a Respondus laptop
- Go to GH 111 library circulation desk and schedule with library and testing staff
*You can also reserve a private study room in the library to take your test. Make sure you include this information when scheduling your Respondus laptop.