The UAHT TESTING CENTER
The UofA Hope Testing Center is open Monday – Friday 8:00am – 4:30pm. Testing appointments may be made by contacting the Director of Testing at 870-722-8247 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Students who require testing outside of regular testing hours must make arrangements with the Director of Testing.
Note: UAHT offices close during Christmas and Spring Breaks. UAHT Summer hours do vary. Testing is available at UA Texarkana please contact Misty Hughes 870-216-2906 for an appointment.
Students have the option to schedule their appointments for ACCUPLACER and/or Online Midterms/Finals online.
Please go to the following link to register for exams:
ACCUPLACER tests your knowledge in math, reading, and writing. These tests help identify your strengths and needs in each subject area. ACCUPLACER interactive online learning tools (/students/prepare-for-accuplacer) are available to help sharpen your skills. Your academic adviser at UAHT will use your ACCUPLACER test results along with information about your academic background, goals, and interests to help you take courses that match your skill level and give you the best opportunities for success.
How Does ACCUPLACER Work?
Thanks to ACCUPLACER’s online format, the test questions are based on your responses to each question you’ve already answered. Questions increase or decrease in difficulty depending on your answers as you work through the test. ACCUPLACER tests are untimed, so you can move at a comfortable pace. It’s important to give yourself enough time to do your best and complete the test because your results are the key factor in determining the courses you can take. Your results will be available immediately after you take the test. It’s a good idea to ask your academic adviser about your college’s or school’s testing policies and procedures. That way, you’re prepared and can plan accordingly.
Students must have a valid photo ID or their UAHT student ID prior to testing. Concurrent High School students without a valid photo ID must use the UAHT Request with the counselor or principal’s signature.
ACCUPLACER Test Fee Schedule
*UAHT Student ACCUPLACER Testing Fee:
First attempt: FREE
ACCUPLACER Retake Fee: $5.00
**Non-UAHT Student Testing Fee: $5.00 per sub-test
* UAHT Student is defined as one who has a current admission application on file with the UAHT
**Non-UAHT Student is defined as one who does not have an application for admission on file in the
Registrar’s Office or is not willing to complete one prior to testing, and/or indicates they are not planning to attend UAHT.
The UAHT Testing Center can provide proctored exams for students who have approved accommodations through UAHT Student Support Services Counselor, are taking online courses, or for students who are identified as an Independent Study. UAHT is a pre-approved test site for most institutions in Arkansas and several out-of-state institutions. It is the responsibility of the student to contact the UAHT Testing Center to make arrangements for a specific date and time to be tested. Prior to taking an exam, the student is required to present a photo I.D. to the Proctor. The student is also required to come prepared with the necessary supplies to take the exam. Personal items such as cell phones must be stored in a locker. All students must follow UAHT Testing Center Policy. Please contact the UAHT Testing Center for appointments, questions, or requests.
Students, either UAHT or non-UAHT, requiring test-proctor services at days/hours outside of normal,
scheduled Testing Center hours: $25.00 per test.
Students requiring test-proctor services for colleges other than UAHT: $15.00 per test. (This does not apply to online consortium classes—UACCB and PCCUA.
All fees are payable in the Testing Center in advance of receiving service.
ONLINE COURSE MIDTERM and/or FINALS
Students taking online courses that require proctored testing (midterm and/or final exams) need to register at https://www.registerblast.com/uacch/Exam.
Online Student Responsibility…
- It is the student’s responsibility to know if a Midterm and/or Final is required and needs to be proctored in the Testing Center.
- Students must bring valid non-expired photo ID. Acceptable IDs include driver’s license, state ID card, passport, school ID, or military ID.
- The following items are not allowed in the testing room and/or lab: cell phones, purses, backpacks, food, drink, and electronic devices. All prohibited items will be locked in a locker before testing can begin.
- It is the student’s responsibility, not the UAHT Testing Center to ensure that Midterm and/or Final exams are open at the date and time registered to test.
- It is the student’s responsibility to bring any login information necessary to take the exam. For example, Blackboard login and password.
To view important dates for online classes, click here: Academic Calendar.
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UAHT Adult Education office is located in the Student Success Center in room 107. Please contact 870-722-8501 for further information.
The Student Occupational Competency Achievement Test (SOCAT) is administered by the National Occupational Competency Testing Institute (NOCTI). UACCH uses NOCTI assessments as a tool to facilitate the construction of curricula and establish academic standards. Since NOCTI assessments are created by occupational experts in the specific fields, they provide national standards on which to base program improvement. Scoring reports from NOCTI provide feedback of great benefit to both UAHT and students. Faculty and administrators are able to determine strengths and weaknesses within the program of instruction by
using the scoring reports. Data analysis includes scoring in subparts of the assessment; individual scores
positioned within school, state and national statistics; mean scores; and standard deviations. The SOCAT (NOCTI) is administered to students in five technical areas the end of their program of study: Industrial Electricity, Industrial Maintenance, Heating and Air Conditioning, Diesel Technology, and Welding. Please contact the UAHT Testing Center for appointments, requests, or questions.
Students can find more information at: http://noctitesting.org
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Students can find more information and register for TEAS exam at: https://www.atitesting.com. Test fees are the responsibility of the UAMS BSN applicant at the time of registering for the TEAS exam.
All applicants must complete the NACE-1 exam prior to determining eligibility to the ARNEC program. Students may test one time only per application period. The deadline for the ARNEC applications process is August 31st each year for the upcoming January cohort. Test fees are the responsibility of the applicant at the time of registering for the NACE-1 Test. Test fees are non-refundable. ARNEC applicants may register for the NACE –1 exam at : www.nlnonlinetesting.org
UAHT Testing Center Contact Information
Contact Person: Leigh Quillin
Location: Student Center 105
Phone: (870) 722-8247