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Accommodated Testing

Quiz/Exam Administration is provided to students who are registered with Student Disability Services and have been approved for testing accommodations. SDS requires 2 full business days advance notice for students scheduling their quizzes/exams. This is to ensure testing space availability and to ensure we are in receipt of the quizzes/tests from the instructors. SDS encourages scheduling all quizzes and exams as soon as they are known; the course syllabus often has all dates listed for the semester.

Test Administration

To schedule quizzes and exams at NCCU. NCCU SDS test scheduling requests can be submitted two business days in advance online through Accommodate.

NCCU SDS Testing Hours

9:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m., Monday – Friday

If your exam is on:      Please schedule your exam by the prior:
Monday Thursday at 5:00 pm
Tuesday Friday at 4:30 pm
Wednesday Monday at 5:00 pm
Thursday Tuesday at 5:00 pm
Friday Wednesday at 5:00 pm

Test Administration Policy

  • Only students who have been approved for testing accommodations can use SDS testing.
  • Examinees are responsible for scheduling testing appointments with 2 business days’ advance notice and notifying instructors of test dates.
  • Your SDS proctored exams must be scheduled during the same time as stated in the appropriate official schedule.
  • If you have evening exams, please contact the office for alternate arrangements.
  • Books, coats, backpacks, and other personal items must be stored in SDS main office or lockers.
  • Cell phones are never allowed in the test rooms. They must be turned off prior to entering the testing room and stored in the SDS main office.
  • Arrive on time. Arrivals after 15 minutes late for regular quizzes/exams and 30 minutes late for finals may be considered “no show” and may only reschedule with the permission from your instructor.
  • All food, drink, and tobacco are prohibited in the testing room.
  • Allowable materials in the testing room are those authorized by the instructor.
  • The testing room must be quiet at all times.
  • All testing materials including scratch paper must be turned into SDS staff.
  • Testing must be completed by 4:30 pm.
  • If the SDS test proctor has reason to believe that a student is cheating on a test, the proctor will be permitted to take the entire test. In addition, the incident will be documented and the professor notified immediately!
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