For students taking online classes, tests can be taken at any campus testing center. Testers are required to schedule their tests in Canvas. Select the course and click on SmarterProctoring to schedule your test. The first time you do this you must register.
Things to remember when you come to a testing center for a test:
- Your test MUST be scheduled through SmarterProctoring.
- Know your campus testing center location.
- A photo ID is required for testing.
- Know the test taking rules.
- Campus testing office hours
MCC offers test proctoring services to non-MCC students at the campus testing centers. Call 816.604.1000 for assistance regarding the campus testing centers. After discussing your testing needs and determining if the test center can assist you, follow the instructions below:
- Contact your home institution, instructor or company with the email address and fax number for the test center so test instructions can be forwarded to the campus testing center.
- After the testing center receives your test instructions, you must schedule an appointment by email or telephone. Walk-ins are not accepted. Appointments may be restricted during peak test periods. All MCC campuses are closed for the late December holidays as well as spring break week in March.
- After check-in at your testing center, you will be sent to the Business Office to pay a proctor fee ($25 per test, three hours or less; $50 for a test over three hours). Provide a receipt to the staff member assisting you with your test.
A photo ID is required for testing.
Missouri no longer offers the GED© as a test of high school equivalency. Missouri residents now take the HiSET© exam. This test is administered at all campus testing locations.
The HiSET© is a computer-based test with no paper/pencil options and must be scheduled and paid from the HiSET website.
For more information regarding your high school equivalency test, visit the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education website.
|Bennett Mechanical Aptitude test: Required for entrance to the Ford, GM or Mazda automotive programs.||MCC-Longview|
|CLEP (College Level Education Program) Testing
Through the College Level Examination Program (CLEP), students can receive college credit for what they know by earning qualifying scores on any one or more of the 35 CLEP examinations. Register online at the CLEP website and call 816.604.1000 to schedule your exam.
|Credit by exam. You may be able to get credit for your work experience. See an advisor.||ALL|
|ESL (English as a Second Language): Non-native English speakers' English skills are evaluated at the Applied Language Institute (Penn Valley HU 029). Many students then take the ACCUPLACER-ESL in a testing center before enrolling in classes.||MCC-Penn Valley|
|Fire Service Entrance Examination (FSEE/IPMA B-5) Certification Test for Employment in Fire Service||MCC-Blue River|
|Industrial Skills and Aptitude Assessments: Can be used for hiring/promotion decisions, or employee development.|
|NIMS (National Institute for Metalworking Skills) exam: Skills certification using national metalworking industry standards.||MCC-Penn Valley
|TEAS (ATI TEAS) Nursing placement test; TEAS scores are required for all of the nursing program applications. Testing must be completed BEFORE the application period begins. Register online||MCC-Maple Woods
|POST (Peace Officer Standards and Training): Police officer certification, after completion of training requirements.||MCC-Blue River|
|VUE (Pearson VUE): Electronic testing solution for professional licensing and certification programs.|