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ASU Testing Center Rules and Regulations

  • Videotaping for security is fully in place. Any student caught cheating will be disciplined under the university‚Äôs rules and regulations as stated in the University Catalog.
  • Valid picture IDs will be used to verify that the student testing is enrolled in each course.
  • All belongings will be left in storage units at the entrance to the center.
  • No personal equipment may be used. All materials and scrap paper provided by the Testing Center must be returned to the monitoring staff before the student leaves the area.
  • No electronic equipment, phones, hand-held devices, books, hats, calculators, etc., will be allowed in the testing booth. Books or notes are only allowed when the instructor has authorized an open book/notes test.
  • No food, gum or drinks are allowed in the Testing Center.
  • Once students are seated, no discussion is allowed. Quiet is expected.
  • Testing time is regulated by the instructor, and bathroom time is not included.
  • Testing begins when a student logs on and ends when the student logs off or time has expired.
  • Students can only enter an assigned test. No other programs can be accessed.
  • A printer connection is not available for every test. Only certain tests have a printer connection to print the end-of-test score report. Your test administrator will notify you if it is possible to print your test report.
  • If students encounter problems with a computer program, they should notify the monitoring staff, who will contact Information Technology. If additional testing time is required, the course instructor will authorize the adjustment.
  • Monitoring staff do not have answers to any exam and cannot give assistance on testing items.
  • Students are to log out of the exam when they are done, but are asked not to close the security section.
  • Fees paid directly to the Testing Center are non-refundable and non-transferable.

The above policies should be viewed as a guide only. They may be modified during the semester.