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Prometric Based Testing

(Computer Based Testing CBT)

In 1999, the University Testing Center opened its nationally accredited Prometric Testing Center. The center offers computer based testing for several different education and certification entities. The Center plans, coordinates, and administers standardized computer based tests according to guidelines provided by the testing entity and specifies the physical and environmental conditions under which the test is to be administered.  Prior registration is required for all tests.

The CBT Center plans, coordinates, and administers standardized computer based tests according to guidelines provided by the testing entity and specifies the physical and environmental conditions under which the test is to be administered. During the busiest testing period from September to January, the CBT operates outside of the regular hours, running three sessions daily, and on weekends.

NCCU's testing center is a certified Prometric testing center, our center offers the following graduate admissions and professional licensure/certification exams in a computer-based testing format:

  • GRE
    (Graduate Record Examinations General Test)
  • MCAT
    (Medical College Admissions Test)
  • PRAXIS PPST
    (Pre-Professional Skills Test)
  • TOEFL
    (Test of English as a Foreign Language)

Appointments for testing can be made Monday through Friday, excluding university holidays, between the hours of 8:00am and 10:00pm. Appointment times will vary based on availability and length of exam taken.

To make an appointment or obtain further information, please call 919-530-7490.

 
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