Georgia Gwinnett College Testing Services offers both computer-based and paper-based tests for admissions and more. Testing required for admission to GGC may be taken on campus. Those applying for admission must meet testing requirements before an admissions decision can be made.
Test Proctoring Services for Correspondence Exams for Candidates Who Have To Travel To Their Home Institution for Exams
Independent Study and Distance Learning Courses (CBT) and Paper-Based Courses (PBT)
As a member of the Consortium of College Testing Centers (CCTC), Georgia Gwinnett College Testing Services offers exam proctoring services for candidates, either through paper-based or computer-based testing (CBT) at a cost per exam in a controlled and proctored environment. The CCTC was established by the National College Testing Association (NCTA) and publishes professional standards and guidelines for post-secondary test centers that are followed at Georgia Gwinnett College. The Testing Center at Georgia Gwinnett College has been nationally certified by the National College Testing Association.
In order for the independent study exams or the distance learning course exams to be proctored at Georgia Gwinnett College, the candidates must adhere to following procedures.
- Contact GGC Testing Services at 678.407.5322 or email GGCTesting@ggc.edu to gain permission to have exam proctored at Georgia Gwinnett College.
- If the director of Testing Services approves proctoring, then the candidate submits as the point of contact the name, title of proctor, college name, web address, email address, mailing address, and phone number to their home institution or agency for approval.
- After the candidate’s home institution or agency approves the exam proctoring venue at GGC, then the secure paper exam is sent to the director of Testing Services via Air Express or USPS mail or the CBT exam passwords are emailed to the director of Testing Services.
- After all approvals have been made and agreed upon by the home institution or agency and Georgia Gwinnett College, the testing appointment is made by the candidate.
- On the day of their exam, the candidate comes to Testing Services in Building D with their photo identification from their college, employer or government agency and pays the $50 proctoring fee (credit/debit card or money order accepted). Please review campus maps and directions.
- The candidate’s signature and photo identification must match.
- The candidate’s photo ID is collected and held until all exam materials are returned to the proctor.
- Once the exam is finished and all exam materials are returned, the candidate’s photo ID is returned to them.
- The test proctor verifies that the exam was proctored under secure conditions and that the candidate was monitored at all times and did not use unauthorized materials or receive outside help during the exam. The signed proctor’s document is returned with the exam materials to the candidate’s home institution or agency.
Policy Statement for National Testing Programs
The establishment of additional national testing programs at Georgia Gwinnett College has to be recommended by the director of testing services; the executive director of enrollment management; and the Senior Vice President for Academic and Student Affairs/Provost. Any legal document or contracts attached to the establishment of a new national testing program at Georgia Gwinnett College has to be reviewed and approved by the legal counsel for Georgia Gwinnett College. National testing programs that have been approved for administration at Georgia Gwinnett College include the following:
- American College Testing
- College Level Examination Program
- Georgia Assessment for the Certification of Educators (teaching, counseling, administration)
- Georgia Assessment for the Certification of Educators (classroom aides-parapro)
- Law School Admission Test
- Medical Lab Technology
- Miller Analogies Test
- Test of Essential Academic Skills V (TEAS V) Test
- Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL)
The registration and payment of fees for the College Level Examination Program, the Georgia Assessment for the Certification of Educators (classroom aides-parapro), Medical Technology Exam, and the Miller Analogies Test is accomplished through Testing Services in Building D and Student Accounts in Building D, Suite 1301. The registration and payment of fees for the American College Testing, the Georgia Assessment for the Certification of Educators (teaching, counseling, administration), Law School Admission Test, Law School Admission Test, SAT, Test of English as a Foreign Language, and the Test of Essential Academic Skills V is done externally by the testing companies who set the testing and fee schedules.