Policies and Procedures

 
  • No same day or walk-in appointments available.
  • Testing Services closes at 4:00 pm on Fridays and reopens at 7:45 am on Monday.
  • All test takers must present a valid form of ID before being admitted to the testing room. Valid forms of ID include student ID, driver’s license, military ID and passport. Test takers of other schools, testing vendors and certification exams should refer to their source’s rules for ensuring the correct ID type. No one will be admitted without a current and valid ID.
  • Testing Services is closed on all school holidays and as posted. Any unforeseen closures will be posted on our website and communicated by email or campus communication to faculty and staff. Hours and closures are available on the Testing Services Website. Any unexpected campus closures will be posted on the Auburn University homepage.
  • Test appointments will be scheduled on the hour and half-hour. Testing appointments should be scheduled at least 24 hours in advance during business hours. 3:00 pm is the latest an exam may be scheduled, depending on the length of the exam (e.g. 2 hours or more). Appointments will be taken on a first-come, first-served basis.
  • All scratch paper and writing utensils will be supplied by Testing Services.
  • All accommodated testing must be arranged prior to arriving at the Testing Services office.
  • As a reminder, strong odors can be offensive or dangerous to other testing candidates. Minimize the use of perfume and cologne on testing day.
  • Our Test Administrators are only available to administer tests.
  • Any re-testing questions or concerns should be discussed with your instructor or institution.
  • The Faculty and/or institution is responsible for scoring your test and communicating the results to you. Our Administrators does not have access to results or answer keys for proctored tests.
  • The Testing Center does not collect homework or assignments
  • No food or drinks are allowed in the testing room.
  • Any electronic devices (i.e., cell phones, iPads, E-books, etc) are not allowed. If you must bring your cell phone, you will be asked to placed it in a cubby/locker with all other personal items until the exam is completed.
  • Prohibited item signs are posted throughout the testing center. No hoods, coats, jackets, shades (unless prescribed) or hats are allowed in the testing room.
  • Unless noted by the faculty member, students will not be allowed to use books, calculators, notes or other aids during test. All scratch paper and writing utensils will be provided by Testing Services. No other paper may be used unless it is provided by the instructor. All scratch paper will be collected at the end of the exam.
  • Any Person under 19 years of age who is not enrolled or dual enrolled at the University, must be supervised by an authorized adult, parent, or legal guardian at all times to ensure that the minor(s) are not disruptive to other testers, visitors, and Biggio Center Testing Services Staff. During the tester’s entire testing appointment minors must not be left unattended or expected to be supervised by the Center’s Staff. The Assistant I or 11, Testing Coordinator, or Testing Services Manager may direct the tester along with the child who does not have an additional supervising adult present, or the supervising adult along with the child to leave the Center at any time during the testing appointment if it has been determined that this policy has been violated or that a minor’s presence negatively impacts the Center or the University’s interests.
  • If unable to keep an appointment, please cancel or reschedule your individual exams online. Cancellations must be done 24 hours in advance. For cancellations due to extreme circumstance or if you have a technical issue, test-takers should call (334) 844-3151.
  • All students taking test at Biggio Center Testing Services are bound by Auburn University, Title XII student Academic Honesty Code. If suspected of violating the Auburn Honesty Policy, the appropriate officials will be notified.

Last modified: August 16, 2019