The BBCC Testing Center offers a variety of exam opportunities in a secure and quiet environment for both students and the community. We proctor student make-up, accommodated exams, college placement exams, Accuplacer test, PSI exams, Pearson Vue exams, CLEP exams, GED exams, and TEAS exams by appointment.
The BBCC Testing Center is located inside the 1400 Building on the first floor — Office 1410 — across from the Business Office.
Math Placement tests are scheduled by filling out the Placement Evaluation Request. Once submitted, Testing Center staff will follow up for available appointment days and hours. *Test is in-person
English and Math Placement tests are scheduled by filling out the Placement Evaluation Request. Once submitted, testing center staff will follow up with available appointment times for math (in person only) and/or send you information on how to take the English Guided Placement.
ACCUPLACER TEST Procedures:
If you require an accommodation, please contact the Disabled Services Coordinator at (506) 793-2027 prior to scheduling a testing appointment.
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The Testing Center provides certification exams for many certification exams for PSI, Pearson Vue and WSDA Pesticide testing.
PSI – Pre-employment screening exams. Please go to https://candidate.psiexams.com/ for information and scheduling, and payment of exam fees.
Pearson Vue – Certification exams including but not limited to (Cisco, CompTIA, ES, GED, NES, NREMT, WEST, etc.). Go to www.pearsonvue.com for information, to schedule testing and pay test fees. Note: Some certification exams need prior approval from the exam sponsor. NOTE: See separate section on GED for additional information.
WSDA Pesticide – For Questions and registration information, contact WSDA Pesticide Management Division at (877) 301-4555 or email email@example.com
Earn college credit by demonstrating knowledge acquired in a variety of ways outside of the traditional classroom.
IMPORTANT reminder: The name on the CLEP Registration Exam Ticket MUST match EXACTLY the name on the photo identification, including the order of the names in order to test.
Examples of acceptable identification:
Examples of unacceptable identification:
The GED is a high school equivalency exam and measures academic achievement and college readiness for those who did not complete high school. Earning a GED may provide you with better job opportunities and may also help you qualify for financial aid for college.
Who Is Eligible to Test?
Once registered at www.MyGed.com, select “yes” when asked if you intend to apply for testing accommodations based upon a documented disability. Once selecting “yes”, candidates will receive an email with specific information on where to submit their accommodations request. You will be notified in writing of the accommodations decision, usually within 30 days.
GED preparation classes are available through BBCC’s ABE/GED program. Please contact (509) 793-2301 for additional information.
Washington State is no longer accepting paper/written requests for GED records. Request transcripts at www.MyGed.com. For records prior to 2014, you do NOT need to create an account. Click on the “get transcript” tab and follow the directions.
If you have questions about this information, please contact the Testing Center at (509) 793-2064.
Testing services are provided for BBCC make-up and accommodated exams, distance learning exams from other colleges and universities, and other agencies as requested.
Proctored exams are given by appointment. Schedule by calling the Testing Center at (509) 793-2064. It is the student’s responsibility to contact their instructor or college and have the exam sent to the Testing Center. Be sure to confirm that the exam and proctor instructions have arrived prior to your testing appointment. You must bring photo identification and receipt of payment (if required) to your testing appointment.
Proctor Fee: $25 (pay at Business Office, 1400 building).
Exam Fee: $71 + tax. Testing fee will be paid directly to ATI at the time of appointment at BBCC, bring a debit or credit card for this transaction.
Test of Essential Academic Skills (TEAS) is used as a scoring component for application to the BBCC Nursing Program. This is a computer-based test lasting approximately 4 hours. It contains subtests in English, math, science, and reading.
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