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Stephenville Testing Center

Instructors wishing to utilize the Center for Access and Academic Testing to administer exams will need to first enroll through our online system by following these instructions. Your students will not be able to schedule an exam without you first completing the enrollment and a submission. This is now necessary due to the large increase in proctored exams. Please contact Center for Access and Academic Testing with any questions and we will be happy to assist (254-968-9423 or caat@tarleton.edu).

Students that are testing at the Stephenville campus need to make an appointment through RegisterBlast.

Proctored Exams

  1. Please go to RegisterBlast to schedule your exam
    1. Fill in the options appropriately:
      1. Choose Exam Type: Select the current semester
      2. Choose a Group: 'Stephenville Campus - Students Only'
      3. Choose a Group: Choose the college of the exam you are needing to take
      4. Choose an Exam: Select the exam you would like to take
      5. Choose the Date: Pick a date from those available
      6. Choose a Time: Choose an available time
      7. Who is taking the exam: Enter your information
  2. Students are responsible for bringing all approved items with them to the exam unless provided by the instructor.

Accommodated Testing

Students requesting to test with accommodations in Academic Testing, at the Stephenville campus:

If your instructor has not created their profile there will NOT be a test available for you to schedule for. Your instructor will need to contact Center for Access and Academic Testing as soon as possible with any questions about setting up their profile.

  1. Select ‘Schedule an Exam’ (it is one of the purple buttons in the middle of the page.)
  2. Sign in using your Tarleton email
    1. If you have never signed in before, you will need to reset your password.
  3. Fill in the options appropriately:
    1. Choose Exam Type: Select the current semester
    2. Choose a Group: 'Stephenville Campus - Students Only'
    3. Choose a Group: Choose the college of the exam you are needing to take
    4. Choose an Exam: Select the exam you would like to take
    5. Select Accommodations: Choose the accommodations you would like to use on this exam.
    6. Choose the Date: Pick a date from those available
    7. Choose a Time: Choose an available time
    8. Who is taking the exam: Enter your information (Your information may already be filled in, please check to make sure it is correct).

Testing Center Policies

Due to space limitations, there will be NO make-up exams offered during the week of finals.

  1. Examinees must bring a valid, non-expired driver’s license, passport, student ID or other government-issued identification that includes my photograph.  NO EXCEPTIONS!
  2. Examinees must arrive 15 minutes before my test time with an acceptable ID.
  3. Examinees that are more than 15 minutes late for testing appointments may not have their exam administered.
  4. Examinees are responsible for bringing all approved items with them to the exam.
  5. Examinees will be provided a pencil and scratch paper by the testing center and will be prohibited from using their own.
  6. It is the examinee's responsibility to have their instructor send CAAT the exam information.
  7. Food and drinks are not allowed in the testing rooms.
  8. No extra time will be allotted for breaks from the exam. All breaks will be on the examinees own time.
    1. Please note that some exams do not allow breaks.
  9. No one may accompany you inside the testing labs.
  10. Childcare is not provided.
  11. Any payment for exams must be made prior to your arrival unless other arrangements have been made.
  12. Any changes or cancellations to appointments MUST be done at least 24 business hours in advance to be eligible for a refund.
  13. If examinees are eligible for a refund, a $3.50 charge will be deducted from the refund.
  14. All personal belongings brought to the testing area will be locked up. Lockers are available at no cost.
  15. Unauthorized devices are strictly prohibited. Having possession of an unauthorized device while testing constitutes academic dishonesty, which could result in test/exam termination.
  16. Cell phones must be turned off. If a cell phone causes a disturbance in the testing center, it may be confiscated.
  17. The Center for Access and Academic Testing staff is not responsible for any lost or stolen items.

The suite is video and audio monitored for test security; risks to the integrity of the testing environment will not be tolerated.