Schedule An Exam
Schedule an Exam
Appointments are required for every exam taken at UC Testing Center. It is best to request an appointment by completing the form below at least 2 business days in advance or 1-2 weeks in advance during midterms and finals. Please review the following information.
Test Center Hours
Each exam is scheduled for the entire amount of time allotted by the instructor; we cannot alter this time limit. If a time limit is not provided, we allow 2 hours. The system will not allow you to schedule for less time than allotted. In RegisterBlast, you will only see time slots are available. If you do not see a time during our regular business hours, that is an indication that they slots are full.
Click Here to See the UC Testing Center Hours
NOTE: Hours are subject to change, please call ahead to 605-274-9550 to confirm hours of operation. Additional hours will be available on Fridays during midterms and finals.
Mondays: 9a-Noon and 1p-9p
Tuesdays: 9a-Noon and 1p-9p
Wednesdays: 9a-Noon and 1p-9p
Thursdays: 9a-Noon and 1p-9p
Fridays: 9a-Noon and 1p-5p
NOTE: The testing center will be closed on these Days/Times:
November 7th after 5pm
November 11 (Veteran’s Day)
November 24th and 25th (Thanksgiving)
December 20th-27th after 5pm
December 23rd & 26th (Holiday Break)
(Need Help? Click Here to view a Guide on How to Schedule and/or Re-Schedule)
What to Bring the Day of Your Test
The UC Testing Center will provide pencils, scratch paper, and a computer (if applicable). Students are expected to bring the following:
- A valid, photo ID (a government issued photo ID is required for CLEP Tests)
Notes, book, and/or calculator (if allowed by instructor)
- Login and password information for sites required to access your exam (D2L, MyMathLab, Chemweb, and etc).
The following is not allowed while in the Testing Center:
- Food or drinks
- Drink or bathroom breaks
- Cell phones, smart watches/glasses, and other personal items. It would be best to leave these items in your car; however, lockers are available if needed. The UC Testing Center is not responsible for items stored in the Testing Center
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