Testing Center

About the Testing Center

Central Georgia Technical College Testing Center is a service unit within Student Affairs and it administers both paper-and-pencil tests and computer-administered standardized tests that support the programs of CGTC and address community needs for admissions tests, distance learning, workforce development, credentials, and licenses.

Services provided through the Testing Center are available to CGTC students and members of the community.

The Testing Center provides special accommodations for test candidates with appropriately documented disabilities.


Tests Administered

College Placement Exams

The ACCUPLACER test is used by CGTC and other two-year colleges across the country to assess college readiness in Reading, English and Math. It is part of the college admissions and enrollment process where the scores are used by advisors to help students take courses that match their skill level and give them the best opportunities for success.

Complete information, including study resources, is available online.

Exam Fees: CGTC New Student Applicant: $0 • P.O.S.T. Examinees: $20 • Remote Campus Examinees*: $20
*Not planning to attend CGTC; must also register for exam with home College
What to Bring on Test Day: Photo ID is required. Scratch paper, pencils, and a calculator will be provided. Please do not bring cell phones or personal electronics.
Retesting: You may retest once per section, after a seven-day waiting period. If you begin learning support courses prior to the second test, you will not be allowed to retest. Test scores are valid for five years.


Testing Schedule:
Warner Robins Campus
Macon Campus
Milledgeville Campus


ACT Work Keys

Through ACT Work Keys, skills that employers consider essential to job success are measured and documented by the National Career Readiness Certificate. Certified skill levels are then matched with existing or customized job profile requirements.

The Central Georgia Technical College Testing Center administers these certification assessment tests and works with our Business and Industry Training Specialist to create customized job profiles.

Requirements to Take ACT Work Keys Assessment

In order to take the ACT Work Keys, you need the following:

Dates and Times Location
Monday – Thursday: 8:30am – 1:30pm
Friday: 8:30am – 11:30am
A-126
Warner Robins Testing Center
Monday – Thursday: 8:30am – 1:30pm
Friday: 8:30am – 11:30am
J-141
Macon Campus Testing Center
Please contact Veronica Gray to schedule an appointment
478-445-2305
A-125
Milledgeville Testing Center

Testing Centers Closed Most Major Holidays

PSB

PSB tests are designed exclusively for healthcare education programs. All examination content is carefully tested and proven to be effective. www.psbtests.com

Listed below are exams given in the Testing Center:

Dates and Times Location
Monday – Thursday: 8:30am – 1:30pm
Friday: 8:30am – 11:30am
A-126
Warner Robins Testing Center
Monday – Thursday: 8:30am – 1:30pm
Friday: 8:30am – 11:30am
J-141
Macon Campus Testing Center
Please contact Veronica Gray to schedule an appointment
478-445-2305
A-125
Milledgeville Testing Center

Testing Centers Closed Most Major Holidays

The Test of Essential Academic Skills (TEAS)

The Test of Essential Academic Skills (TEAS) is used as part of the admissions process by Nursing and Allied Health schools nationwide. The TEAS is multiple-choice assessment measuring basic academic preparedness in reading, math, science, English and language usage. The objectives assessed in the test are those that nursing and allied health educators deem most relevant for measuring entry level skills and abilities of program applicants. The test not only predicts the performance of incoming candidates, it also helps educators gain advance knowledge of the strengths and areas needing development of those that are accepted into the program.

More Information:

Applicants are encouraged to complete A&P I (BIOL 2113) prior to the examination. Candidates may complete the test twice in a year (365 days). The highest score will be used in selection. Exam scores are valid until a new version is in place. Each individual must purchase his or her own testing reservation. The exam will be offered at CGTC campuses. No minimum score required.

ATI TEAS STUDY MANUAL - SIXTH EDITION

Click the link to purchase study manual online: http://www.atitesting.com/ati_store/product.aspx?zpid=1483

ATI TEAS Content Areas

http://atiteas.info/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/ATI-TEAS-Content-Updates.pdf

How Do I Register and Pay For ATI TEAS?
To take the TEAS at CGTC Warner Robins, Macon or Milledgeville campus testing centers:

ON TESTING DATE:

- Arrive at least 15 minutes before scheduled time.

- Bring a valid picture ID and your ATI username/password, NOT THE PAPER/PENCIL ID.
- Late entrance to the exam in not permitted

Pest Control Exams

Listed below are exams given in the Testing Center:

Exam Registration

Fee Information

Dates Time Location
Every Tuesday
($45 fee assessed per exam)
2:00 pm
 
J-141
Macon Campus

Testing Centers Closed Most Major Holidays

Individuals who wish to obtain a commercial applicator license must pass the general standards examination, as well as at least one major category examination with a score of 70%. The general standards exam is designed to test for general knowledge on the use of pesticides, while the category examinations are more specific to particular types of pesticide application.

CLEP

CLEP offers 33 exams in five subject areas, covering material taught in courses that you may generally take in your first two years of college. By passing a CLEP exam, you can earn 3 to 12 college credits.

Each college sets its own policy regarding which CLEP exams it will grant credit for and how many credits it will award. If taking CLEP exam for CGTC please contact registrar office to learn more about credit hour policy. More information about CLEP is available on the College Board's web site.

Exam Registration

Dates Time Location
Every Tuesday
($20 fee assessed per exam)
9:00 am
 
J-141
Macon Campus

Pearson VUE

Pearson VUE implements innovative electronic testing solutions that enhance the performance, reliability and security of professional licensing and certification programs throughout the world. Exams are delivery through a domestic network of more than 200 company-owned and operated Pearson VUE Authorized Centers. For information about Pearson VUE please visit the website (http://www.pearsonvue.com).


Testing Office Locations

Macon Campus
J-building, Room 141
(478) 757-2508

Warner Robins Campus
A-building, Room 126
(478) 218-3390

Milledgeville Campus
Admissions/Student Affairs Office
(478) 445-2303


Staff

Brandon Elam, Director
(478) 757-3447
belam@centralgatech.edu


Warner Robins Campus  (478) 218-3390:
Susan Warren, Testing Coordinator, (478) 218-3364, swarren@centralgatech.edu
Brandon Whitehead, Testing Assistant, (478) 218-3364, bwhitehead@centralgatech.edu


Macon Campus  (478) 757-2508:
Benita Stallings, Testing Evaluator, (478) 757-3515, bstallings@centralgatech.edu
Kwasi Baidoo, Testing Assistant , (478) 757-2508, kbaidoo@centralgatech.edu


Milledgeville Campus:
Veronica Gray, Career Evaluator, (478) 445-2305, vgray@centralgatech.edu

 

Have questions? Contact the Testing Office at matesting@centralgatech.edu.

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