The Test Center provides proctoring for online testing and an alternative testing site for students who qualify.
Location: Old Main 230
Please note that if classes are not in session, the Test Center is closed.
Tests should be taken during the student's scheduled class hours, unless special arrangements have been made in advance with the instructor. If you have any concerns or questions, please e-mail email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Students who need to have tests proctored should contact Linda Fink at 701-671-2441 or Karen Dahlgren at 701-671-2256 to make arrangements.
The Test Center provides COMPASS testing (placement testing), on a daily basis.
Appointments are required for testing. To schedule your appointment contact:
GED Tests are given throughout the year by appointment. For more information, contact:
Preparations for GED Tests are offered at the Adult Learning Center in Old Main.
Instructors: Irene Mohn and Sergey Karamanov. Call 701-671-2184 for more information.
The ACT is an assessment tool for college placement for high school and college students. The test helps to identify students who are ready for entry-level college courses, students who need basic skills remediation and students who may be exempt from particular courses.
Pre-registration with ACT is required. ACT encourages students to register online or students may fill out a registration packet. For a registration packet, contact:
The SAT is an assessment tool for college placement for incoming and continuing students. This test helps to identify students who are ready for entry-level college courses, students who need basic skills remediation and students who may be exempt from particular courses. Students are required to register online.
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