Department of Testing

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Announcements:

PV Marketplace - Click here to pay for all exams

Walk-In Testing for the Fall 2016 semester is now available. Please click here to sign up for testing. Walk-in testing is from Monday - Thursday from 12 pm - 5 pm. Students can arrive no later than 3 pm for testing. Please have two forms of ID with you when you arrive. Testing will be held in the Delco Building in Room 101.
Please note that there will be NO walk-in testing on Monday, August 29, 2016 and Wednesday, August 31, 2016.

Click here to register for Remote Testing. Remote Testing Forms are processed on Friday's before 12 pm.

Remote TSI Request Forms, CLEP Request Forms and Cross Institutional Reporting Forms will be processed every Friday before the close of business. CLEP Exams will ONLY be given on Friday's.

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All students MUST register for testing online. No exceptions.
All Remote TSI Assessment forms will be processed on Friday's before the close of business.

Which test do you need to take? Select your exam and fill out the registration form:

Click on the title for more information about each exam and the online registration form.

CLEP Exam 

Please note that registration forms are not answered automatically. If you have not received your confirmation email and it is within 72 hours of your scheduled exam, please check your SPAM or JUNK folder.

HESI A2 Exam

Please note that registration forms are not answered automatically. If you have not received your confirmation email and it is within 72 hours of your scheduled exam, please check your SPAM or JUNK folder.

HESI A2 Exam - Retest

Please note that registration forms are not answered automatically. If you have not received your confirmation email and it is within 72 hours of your scheduled exam, please check your SPAM or JUNK folder.

TSI Assessment 

Please note that during the Fall and Spring semesters, all students must sign up for walk-in testing. We do not have scheduled exams during the regular school year. Priority testing and Summer testing dates for Freshmen will be updated as needed.

Proctored Exams 

Please note that registration forms are not answered automatically. If you have not received your confirmation email and it is within 72 hours of your scheduled exam, please check your SPAM or JUNK folder.

PVAMU Policy on Cheating

Melissa C. De Witt
Test Coordinator
Office Location: Delco - Room 141
Lab Location: Delco - Room 101
Phone Number: (936) 261-3699
Email: mcdewitt@pvamu.edu

General questions for testing: aetesting@pvamu.edu

Prior Learning Assessment (PLA) is a process for evaluating skills in order to award college credit for learning from Military Service, Training, CLEP (or other credit-by-exam programs) and the Experiential Learning Portfolio. PLA includes:

Advanced Placement (AP)
College Level Examination Program (CLEP)
Experiential Learning Portfolio
International Baccalaureate Program (IB)

To see if PLA is right for you, try our Credit Predictor Tool and get started on your path to completing your degree.

Prior Learning Assessment website

Accommodated Testing for Students with Disabilities

Students who need accommodations for exams administered on campus will need to contact Disability Services to make arrangements for testing. Please note that all NATIONAL exams, including the SAT, ACT, LSAT and MPRE, make determinations regarding accommodated testing and this documentation must be provided to them directly. All other exams given at Prairie View must go through our Office of Disability Services. Contact Disability Services at:

Dr. Kay F. Norman
Administrator for Diagnostic Testing and Disability Services
Email: kfnorman@pvamu.edu

Ms. Belinda Lewis 
Program Specialist
Email: bblewis@pvamu.edu

Dr. Norman & Ms. Lewis serve only the students who need access to Disability Services.
All other inquiries related to testing should contact the Office of Testing at (936) 261-3699 or via email at mcdewitt@pvamu.edu

Our Mission
The mission of the Office of Testing is to support student retention and success by providing examinations and resources that assist with academic and professional advancement.  The Office of Testing supports and promotes the institutional mission of Prairie View A&M University and the academic mission of the Division of Academic Enhancement by administering local, state and national test programs and by providing centralized evaluation services for all students, faculty, and the surrounding community. We adhere to the Professional Standards and Guidelines established by the National College Testing Association (NCTA)  http://www.ncta-testing.org/.

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This site is maintained by Melissa C. De Witt

Last Updated: 5/11/2016

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