Testing and Assessment is committed to providing a stress-free, minimum-distraction environment for our candidates. We service Florida Gulf Coast University’s student body, other institutions of higher education, exam sponsors and even hiring companies. We strive to deliver service with professionalism, conducive to assuring our test providers that the knowledge and skills they want to measure is being accurately assessed while at the same guaranteeing content security, academic integrity and confidentiality.
Our guiding principles are the Professional Standards and Guidelines for Post-Secondary Test in accordance with national practices and standards set by:
- The National College Testing Association (NCTA)
- The Florida Association of College Test Administrators (FACTA)
- The Consortium of College Testing Centers (CCTC)
The instructional-based exams administered by Testing and Assessment endeavor to support and enhance a student’s formal education with a spirit that moves him or her toward a Soar in Four successful future.
What is new?
We are working hard on bringing back the GMAT and the GRE Review Courses to be offered this Fall by Testing and Assessment. We have updated information! Please visit the Review Workshop section on the left. If you are interested in a review course and would like to receive more information please contact us via email.
Policies and Procedures
Please read carefully the following list.
- We have a strict no refund policy.
- We may not issue a copy of a score report if it goes against the guidelines of the test provider. However, in those cases you are allowed to get an unofficial copy from us, we will be more than happy to produce one once the appropriate fee is collected.
- We support the Smoke-Free and Tobacco-Free Campus initiative. For more information visit the Eagles Care for Clean Air website.
- You may not have access to the following items while taking an exam:
- Cellular phones & other electronic devices. Nothing that is powered by a battery.
- Any type of watch, including wrist watches.
- Jewelry or bracelets that may be noisy or disruptive to the testing environment.
- Hats, skullcaps, or head covering of any kind except for religious purposes.
- Handbags, backpacks, or skateboards.
- Food including gum or candy.
- Water or other drinks or liquids.
- Scratch paper, pencils, pens, or books unless it is allowed by the test provider.
- Calculators, either simple or scientific, unless allowed by the test provider.
- You may have access to water, or medication for medical reasons while taking an exam.
- You may wear hoodies, jackets, or sweaters once admitted to the computer lab. However, they may not be removed during the testing session.
- You must store your personal belongings inside lockers provided prior to admission to the computer lab.
- You need to bring the following on the day of your test:
- Government-issued photo identification with signature. Some tests may require a secondary photo identification with signature.
- Registration documentation or admission ticket if required by your test provider or sponsor.
- All required materials authorized for your exam by your test provider or sponsor.