Testing Services assists students as they achieve their scholastic goals. The Testing Center provides a facility for administering and monitoring tests, and the Placement Testing Lab, which administers placement tests, the College Level Examination Program (CLEP) tests, Microsoft certification and IC3 tests.
The Placement Testing Lab administers the Accuplacer placement test–a computerized placement test that places students into appropriate English composition, reading and math courses. Moraine Valley uses the scores from the Accuplacer test to determine if students are ready for college-level coursework. Students with ACT scores of 20 or above in English/reading and math or previously earned college credit may be exempt.
The Testing Center provides a facility for the administering and monitoring of faculty-submitted tests to Moraine Valley students. A valid Moraine Valley student ID is required to take an instructor’s test in the Testing Center. The center also proctors exams to community members who are enrolled in online courses from other educational institutions. The student should contact the Testing Center in advance to make arrangements regarding forms that must be submitted. A current government issued ID is required to have your exam proctored in the center.
Other testing available, by appointment, in the Testing Center include:
College Level Examination Program (CLEP) – CLEP is the most widely accepted credit-by-examination program in the country. Each 90-minute examination allows students to demonstrate knowledge in a wide range of subjects – knowledge gained through reading, observation or independent study. CLEP can help a student get the college credits needed to reach career and educational goals more quickly.
Certiport Certification Exams – Microsoft Office Certification (MOS), Internet and Computing Core Certification (IC3) and QuickBooks – Demonstrates proficiency in computer applications and technologies.
High School Equivalency Testing – The high school equivalency test covers knowledge in the basic subject areas of reading, writing, math, science, and social studies. Register to take the GED® or the High School Equivalency Test.
Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor Certification (CADC) – Testing for students who plan to become an Illinois Certified Addictions Counselor.
Certified Nursing Assistant Testing (CNA) – The Illinois Nurse Aide Testing Program is responsible for administering the written competency exam as required by the Illinois Department of Public Health. Learn more about our Basic Nurse Assistant Training Program, including program requirements and certification details.
Test of Essential Academic Skills (TEAS) Testing – Test used for admission into the Nursing Program.
Distance Learning (Proctored Tests)
Test proctoring is also available to students attending other educational institutions.
- Exams must be scheduled in advance through the Testing Center.
- A current government issued Photo ID is required to test
Questions? Contact us by phone at (708) 974-5309 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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