Accommodated Testing

ACCOMMODATED TESTING:

Please email TestingServices@mga.edu for support.

Before your exam, please review the most current MGA Testing Center policies here.

 

  • No faculty or staff office pick-up/drop-off. Exams must be emailed or sent via interoffice mail. Completed exams will be returned in the manner indicated on the Faculty Request Form.
  • Students must register for a determined appointment for their exam.
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  • Students who miss the appointment time will be allowed to reschedule with permission from the professor. Students who arrive late may be required to reschedule if social distancing measures do not allow the student to begin the exam after the designated start time.

Email communication is the most efficient form of contact.

We have limited appointments due to social distancing and increased sanitation requirements, we do ask for a 10 day advanced notice of a required exam.

 

Accommodated Testing Services are available on all five campuses. It is the responsibility of the student to identify the need for accommodated testing to his/her/their professor during the first week of class. Testing arrangements must be made ahead of time by the professor. Academic accommodations for courses at Middle Georgia State University may include, but are not limited to:

  • Extended times for tests
  • Modification of test format
  • Test administration
  • Quiet and private testing
  • Individualized and flexible needs based on student’s documented disability

STUDENT RESPONSIBILITIES:

Each semester, the student must contact the Accessibility Services and ask that their academic accommodations be sent to their instructors. It is strongly advised that students make these requests during the first week of the new semester.

It is the student’s responsibility to notify the instructor of their desire to utilize their accommodations at the Testing Center for their assessments. Once notified, the instructor needs to complete the Faculty Proctoring Request Form.

Faculty Proctoring Request Form:

Once the student has notified their instructor of their intent to utilize the Testing Center for accommodated testing, the instructor must complete the Faculty Proctoring Request Form before any assessments can be scheduled. Please follow these steps to request a proctored exam:

Once the form has been sent and received, Testing Center staff will notify the student. It is then the student’s responsibility to register (button below) for the established exam time.

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