Test Center Overview
The mission of the Test Center is to provide quality testing and institutional assessment services in an ethical and equitable manner within an environment conducive to supporting academic achievement.
The following Examinations are administered:
- ACCUPLACER assessment for course placement examination
- ACCUPLACER LOEP (ESL) assessment for course placement examination for non-native English speaking students
- ACCUPLACER Diagnostic
- Competency/Proficiency Examinations – College exemption examinations (i.e.: General Biology, Computer Literacy, etc.)
- Certification and Specialized Examinations (i.e.: TEAS, ParaPro, GED, etc.)
- Departmental Examinations for BCCC students
- Distance Learning Examinations for students from other colleges
The Test Center administers computer and paper based examinations.
All exams must be scheduled online at www.bccc.edu/testcenter. You must bring a photo ID and student inquiry. (click on the link to print a copy)
Exams must be scheduled 24 hours prior to intended test date.
The following items are not permitted in the testing environment:
- Food, Drinks or Tobacco products
- Electronic devices (i.e. cell phones, tablets, laptops, headphones, smart watches, etc.)
- Outerwear (i.e. coats, jackets, hats, hoodies, sweaters, scarves, etc.) Documentation must be provided for outerwear used for medical or religious purposes.
- Non prescriptive eyewear, handbags, purses, etc.
- Textbooks, notebooks, dictionaries or any other paper of any kind unless specified by the instructor or test administrator
- Additional items may be excluded for specific test.
The Test Center will provide a secure location for your items.
Please note that anyone observed giving or receiving help during a test, using notes or books will not be permitted to continue the test. No unauthorized test materials or notes may be taken from the room after the test.
The BCCC Test Center provides test accommodations for all candidates who qualify for non-standard test administration.
BCCC students who believe they qualify for special accommodations should first contact the Disability Support Services Center to submit the appropriate documentation before scheduling a testing appointment. Appropriate documentation should be submitted no later than 4 weeks prior to desired testing date.
Hours of Operation
Monday, Thursday, and Friday
8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Tuesday and Wednesday
8:30 a.m. to 7 p.m.Saturday
9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Monday, Thursday and Friday:
9 a.m. and 1 p.m.Tuesday, Wednesday:
9 a.m., 1 p.m. and 5 p.m.Saturday: