Correspondence Tests

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During altered operations, the Testing Centers at South, North and Central campuses are closed and have cancelled all scheduled tests. Please contact the person or institution that has setup your test to determine your next steps.

You can review the Student FAQs About College Operations for updates to specific questions about Testing and other services. You can also check here where Testing will share updates to services as available.

If you need to speak with someone in Testing, you can reach your campus Testing Center by emailing TestingCenter-South@sjcd.edu, TestingCenter-North@sjcd.edu and TestingCenter-Central@sjcd.edu.

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San Jacinto College Testing Centers offer proctoring services for students and professionals working with another institution who need to take an exam in a proctored environment.

If you want to take a correspondence exam, please complete the Student Information Form.

*This form should only be completed by individuals who need to take a proctored exam for another college, university, high school, or professional institution.  This form is NOT for incoming San Jacinto College students.

You should speak with your institution to discuss your requirements and determine the best test opportunity for you. Your institution should send all instructions and test materials for review to the Testing Coordinator at the campus Testing Center of your choice. The Testing Centers will make every effort to accommodate your needs, but there are certain testing requirements we may not be able to fulfill. We will review and confirm with your institution, then notify you if we're able to proctor your test..

The Testing Centers offer appointments during our regular office hours so that you can schedule at a time convenient for you. Scheduling an appointment will help us ensure we are prepared for your test and your seat is reserved. Please keep your test's time limit in mind when scheduling. When you're ready, you can schedule using the links below:

 

Central Campus

North Campus

South Campus

 

When you are ready to test, you will need to bring the following items in order to be seated:

  • Your photo identification card (driver's license, student ID, etc.)
  • $20 for the proctoring fee
  • Any items required by your institution

All other belongings, unless expressly allowed in your exam instructions and by the Testing Coordinator, are prohibited. Electronic devices, including all cell phones and smart watches, must be left outside of the testing lab. Other personal belongings must be stowed as well. Storage lockers are available but limited.

You will receive a Testing Request Form from the Testing Center to pay at the Business Office before starting. After paying, bring back your form, receipt and photo ID to test.