TESTING CENTER |
Welcome to the Testing Center information page. The Main Campus ANC Testing Center is accepting walk-ins, but all testing appointments will be served first. When arriving for testing appointment, we ask all testers to arrive at least 15 minutes before the exam starts and bring a photo ID.
The Testing Center is available during the normal business hours of 8:00AM-4:30PM, Monday-Friday. Please contact us if you have any questions or concerns by phone (870-762-3104). When calling, leave a detailed message and we will get back to you as soon as possible.
Testing & Academic Center Coordinator
Proper ID: All tests require a picture identification. With no photo identification, you will not be allowed to test.
Acceptable identification varies depending on exam. Examples include:
Dress comfortably: Wear layered clothing to minimize the distraction of discomfort during testing.
Inclement weather: If ANC is closed due to inclement weather, testing will be canceled or postponed. If you are scheduled for an exam on a date when inclement weather is predicted or has occurred, please check the ANC website or Facebook page for closing information. Rescheduling is at the responsibility of the tester.
Availability: Each test session has limited seating; therefore, testers are required to register ahead of the testing session. All reservations are first come, first served. Late admittance for in-person test sessions is not allowed 30 minutes after test reservation.
Prohibited materials: Cell phones and other electronic devices must be turned OFF, not just on silent, during testing. Using or answering phones during testing is grounds for immediate dismissal from the Testing Center and invalidates test scores.
Accuplacer & Calculators: The Accuplacer Exam prohibits the use of any calculator other than the built-in calculator provided in the exam system. Accommodations are possible through ANC Disability Services. Violators of this will have their test scores invalidated, including their Reading and Writing scores and be forced to reschedule.
Graduate TestingANC Graduate Testing is based on individual majors. The chart below will help guide graduates to determine testing needed for the graduating major. See below to schedule testing session.
The Testing Center is available during the normal business hours of 8:00AM-4:30PM, Monday-Friday. Please contact us if you have any questions or concerns through email or by phone firstname.lastname@example.org or 870-762-3104. When calling, leave a detailed message and we will get back to you as soon as possible.
Announcement: TEAS LPN and RN Pre-Admission Testing is NOW AVAILABLE.
The TEAS Exam is taking the place of the PAX Exam.
The TEAS dates and seating availability is posted below. The cost of the exam is $65.00 and will be paid to the ANC Business Office after you have scheduled your appointment. Keep in mind that you may only test once a semester.
Applicants may access the Information Guidelines that include the application for the RN and LPN Programs as follows:
To register for the TEAS Exam, please click the button below:
After you register for your exam, please contact:
Takindra Anderson in the Testing Center at 870-762-3104 or email@example.com for further information.
Testers needing to take the CLEP exam must:
For additional information about the CLEP exams, please visit the College Board website. Current and potential ANC students are encouraged to read the most up-to-date version of the ANC course catalog as well as the information on the CLEP website before scheduling an exam.
In accordance with Section 19 of Act 1052 of 1987, all learners must demonstrate mastery of basic skills in writing, reading, and mathematics. ANC will accept ACT and Accuplacer scores within five (5) years of the testing session. ANC follows the guidelines put forth by the Arkansas Department of Higher Education. Placement scores are available upon request with proper documentation. For more information, contact the Testing Center.
The Accuplacer is being offered on the ANC campuses (Blytheville, Osceola, and Leachville).
Accuplacer & Calculators:
The Accuplacer prohibits the use of any calculators other than the built-in calculator provided in the exam system. Accommodations are possible through ANC Disability Services — please contact Paige Harris to set up accommodations at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 870-762-3180. Violators of this will have their test scores invalidated, including their Reading and Writing scores and be forced to reschedule.
ANC offers ACCUPLACER placement testing on the Main campus in Blytheville, satellite campuses in Leachville and Osceola.
For any questions about scheduling an exam at the ANC Blytheville campus, please contact the Testing Center at 870-762-3104 or email us at email@example.com.
ACCUPLACER placement testing is available at the other ANC campuses as follows:
To request a copy of your placement test scores, please fill out the Placement Score Request Form.
If you are requesting COMPASS scores, please read the following before requesting your scores from Arkansas Northeastern College:
Beginning January 1, 2017, COMPASS removed ANC's access to tester placement scores.
Proctoring ANC Tests
ANC Faculty looking to have their tests proctored by the ANC Testing Center should contact the Testing Center to make an appointment and must complete the Exam Proctoring Cover Sheet, regardless if the exam is computer-based or paper and pencil. If the Instructor intends to test their entire class with the Testing Center, they will need to attach a copy of their class roster with the Exam Proctoring Cover Sheet. In filling out the form, be sure to complete all the information and include any specific instructions that the Test Proctor will need to administer the test, including the materials allowed during testing.
Testing for Other Colleges
ANC will proctor tests for learners taking correspondence courses from other accredited colleges and universities. Call in advance to set an appointment. Testers will be asked to fill out information for the Testing Center's records. The tester's instructor is responsible for providing all the necessary information to administer the exam before the scheduled testing session. The tester is responsible for connecting with the Testing Center for test sessions and other needs and also connecting their instructor with the ANC Testing Coordinator for proctoring needs.
Testers that require special accommodations for physical and/or learning disabilities, must visit Admissions & Student Services in Statehouse Hall to discuss any and all paperwork needed to identify the accommodations needed for testing. Testers will need to make an appointment to take their exam a few days to a week in advance, as most exams require special arrangements.
Arkansas Northeastern College
2501 South Division Street
Blytheville, Arkansas 72315