2020 Arkansas State University-Mountain Home
1600 South College St.
Mountain Home, AR 72653
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The Testing Center provides test administration services to ASU-Mountain Home's students and to members of the regional community. To begin, click here to schedule an exam. Every individual testing on the ASUMH Campus must present at least one form of picture identification.


TESTS AND SERVICES OFFERED


  • ACCUPLACER
  • BJU PRESS-IOWA/SANFORD
  • CAREER READINESS CERTIFICATE
  • CERTIPORT
  • CLEP
  • DANTES FULL-FUNDED CLEP
  • FISDAP
  • GED
  • HESI
  • HVAC EPA CERTIFICATION
  • MILLER ANALOGIES TEST (MAT)
  • PEARSON VUE
  • PLACEMENT TESTING
  • PROCTORING
  • PROGRAM ENTRANCE
  • PROGRAM EXIT
  • SERV-SAFE


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ACCUPLACER (PLACEMENT EXAM)


ACCUPLACER is a computerized assessment in reading, writing, and math that is part of the ASUMH admissions and registration process. Placement testing helps to identify what classes you should schedule your first semester. Our goal is to ensure that your classes are at the right level for you - not too easy but yet not so difficult that you would feel overwhelmed. The Price for ACCUPLACER is $20.00 to be paid at the cashier window on the 3rd floor of Roller Hall. Bring your receipt to the testing center at the time of your test.



*ASUMH only utilizes the Elementary Algebra, Sentence Structure, and Reading Comprehension sections of the ACCUPLACER


ADVANCED PLACEMENT PROGRAM


The university awards credit to students who participated in the College Board Advanced Placement Program at their high schools.


After being admitted, to obtain credit for Advanced Placement (AP) courses, students must ask the College Board to forward their test scores to ASUMH.


Students will be awarded course credit for the courses if they earned the appropriate scores on their AP examinations. To obtain information about specific AP requirements, students should contact the Office of the Registrar.


Archived AP Grades Request Form


ASSESSMENT AND PLACEMENT



Freshman Assessment and Placement Sheet (page 46)


COLLEGE LEVEL EXAMINATION PROGRAM (CLEP)


ASUMH awards up to 15 semester hours of college credits through the College Level Examination Program (CLEP). ASUMH both honors and administers CLEP exams on campus. Purchase a CLEP exam here. Once the exam has been purchased, the voucher number must be used to schedule the CLEP exam on the ASUMH Testing Center webpage.


To obtain specific information concerning the accepting and crediting of CLEP test results, students should contact the Office of the Registrar.


CLEP - College Level Examination Program

CLEP Scores Order Form



PROCTORING SERVICES


The ASUMH Testing Center offers proctoring services for anyone needing to take tests on the Mountain Home campus for another school or agency. Students participating in distance learning programs or correspondence degree programs and professionals needing to be tested in order to receive certification in their field may be able to arrange to have their tests proctored at our facility.


Proctoring services are available to students within the Arkansas State University System for free. Non-students and students from outside institutions are required to pay a proctor fee. In addition, if the institution you are testing from has a fee associated with that program, payment must be made prior to your exam.


PARTNERSHIPS



PENCIL AND PAPER BASED TESTING


Students or instructors may contact the ASUMH Testing Center to request a proctored exam. Students must follow the testing protocols for the institution for which the exam is being administered. It is the student's responsibility to verify the exam has been received by the ASUMH Testing Center at least 24 hours before the scheduled testing time.


WEB BASED (BROWSER) TESTING


Email correspondence from another college, university or agency detailing the web based exam instructions need to be sent to testing_center@asumh.edu at least 24-48 hours prior to scheduling an appointment.


SPECIAL NEEDS AND DISABILITY SERVICES


If a student requires special accommodations such as extra time to take the exam, please notify the Testing Center Administrator as soon as possible. Students requesting accommodations must contact both the Disability Services Office and the course director(s) involved prior to each exam. Students should not attempt to negotiate accommodations with the Testing Center staff directly.


UNSCHEDULED/CANCELED TESTING


Testing Center will hold exams received for up to four (4) weeks. If individual has not scheduled, cancelled or failed to appear to an appointment, exams will be returned to originating institution.

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HOURS


  • Monday: 11:00am - 5:30pm
  • Tuesday: 1:30pm - 7:00pm

  • Wednesday: 8:15am - 5:30pm

  • Thursday: 8:15am - 5:30pm

  • Friday: 8:15am - 2:00pm

Evenings and weekends are available by appointment.


Exams may be directed by mail to:

ASUMH Testing Center
R200 Attn: MaryJo Haworth
1600 S. College
Mountain Home, AR 72653


Exams may be directed by E-mail to:

testing_center@asumh.edu


Completed exams may be scanned and emailed back to the institution for which the exam is being administered free of charge. This is the preferred method at the ASUMH Testing Center. If a hard copy of the test must be returned, it is the student's responsibility to arrange for the home campus or agency to include a pre-paid self-addressed return envelope; otherwise, the student is responsible for payment of return mailing.



CLICK HERE TO SCHEDULE AN EXAM

TESTING CENTER POLICY

Important Info

HOURS


  • Monday: 11:00am - 5:30pm
  • Tuesday: 1:30pm - 7:00pm

  • Wednesday: 8:15am - 5:30pm

  • Thursday: 8:15am - 5:30pm

  • Friday: 8:15am - 2:00pm

Evenings and weekends are available by appointment.


Exams may be directed by mail to:

ASUMH Testing Center
R200 Attn: MaryJo Haworth
1600 S. College
Mountain Home, AR 72653


Exams may be directed by E-mail to:

testing_center@asumh.edu


Completed exams may be scanned and emailed back to the institution for which the exam is being administered free of charge. This is the preferred method at the ASUMH Testing Center. If a hard copy of the test must be returned, it is the student's responsibility to arrange for the home campus or agency to include a pre-paid self-addressed return envelope; otherwise, the student is responsible for payment of return mailing.



CLICK HERE TO SCHEDULE AN EXAM

TESTING CENTER POLICY

Testing Center
870-508-6209
testing_center@asumh.edu


Contact Info

Testing Center
870-508-6209
testing_center@asumh.edu


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Alert


Road restoration is underway on the ASUMH campus. Please allow extra time when coming to campus as you may need to enter the campus by another route or park in a different location.

Current Road/Parking Lot Closures (starting 9/24/2020): College Street Entrance and Wade Street Entrance, Parking lots behind Integrity First Hall and Dryer Hall. This part of the road restoration should be completed on Wednesday, September 30th, by the end of the day.

Phase 2: After College Street & Wade Street entrances have reopened, we will move on to blocking the Highway 62 entrance and King Circle toward Roller Hall and Roller Drive. Barricades will be in place.

Phase 3: After the Highway 62 entrance opens, we will be moving to the Maintenance Entrance, Maintenance & Vada Sheid Community Development Center parking lots.We apologize for the inconvenience this may cause as we continue to make needed upgrades to campus.

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