Welcome to the Testing Center web page. Here you'll find information about what to expect when you visit the Center to take an exam. To help get you started, please view:
If your instructor has scheduled an exam for you, you will receive an email directing you to the scheduling site where you can select a testing time that works for your schedule. If you have questions or concerns about taking a test in the Testing Center, it's best to discuss them with your instructor before you check in to take your test.
You may check in as early as fifteen minutes before your scheduled registration time if there are seats available. Late-comers will be accepted up to fifteen minutes after the scheduled start time. If you are more than fifteen minutes late you will need to reschedule your exam using the scheduling website.
The initial scheduling will be e-mailed to you with information about the exam and the scheduling link to access. In order to reschedule, simply revisit the same link, https://clc.its.psu.edu/etesting/students, and select the next available time slot.
While your driver's license can verify your identity, you need your Penn State ID card because it is scanned by our system to connect you to your test and testing time. If your card is lost or damaged, you will need to get a replacement from the ID+ office in 103 HUB-Robeson Center.
Your instructor provides us with a list of items you are allowed to use while taking your exam. We will send this list to you in the scheduling emails and reminders. The information is also included on the ticket you receive when you check in for your test.
Your exam is the only thing you can access from the Lab computer. Your instructor will tell you, in advance of the exam, if he/she will allow you to bring additional items with you. It's a good idea to check with your instructor to find out what types of calculators are allowed.
Your instructor has the option to show scores immediately or have them sent to him/her for distribution. If you did not see them automatically, you will need to get your score from your instructor.
Please contact the Office for Disability Services. They will work with you and your instructor to plan your testing sessions, which may or may not include testing at the Testing Center.