DEVRY TESTING CENTER
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HOURS OF OPERATION
Monday - 3pm to 8:30pm (Last tester by 6:30pm)
Tuesday - 11am to 8:30pm (Last tester by 6:30pm)
Wednesday - 10am to 8:30pm (Last tester by 6:30pm)
Thursday - 11am to 8:30pm (Last tester by 6:30pm)
Friday - 10am to 4:30pm (Last tester by 3pm)
Saturday - 8:30am to 1pm (Last tester by 10:30am)
THE PURPOSE OF THE TEST
The Computerized Placement Test (CPTs) was developed by the College Board to provide information about your skills in Reading Comprehension, Sentence Skills, Arithmetic, and Elementary Algebra.
WHO MUST TAKE THE TEST
All students entering DeVry must take the Computerized Placement Test examination for admission and placement purposes, unless they are accepted by alternate provisions.
WHEN AND WHERE ARE THE TEST GIVEN
Computerized Placement Tests are given at the Test Center, Room 2027. Contact your representative to schedule an appointment. Approximate test time is two hours to complete all four subject areas.
WHAT TO TAKE WITH YOU ON THE DAY OF THE TEST
Your Social Security number and a picture identification:
Picture ID ( Need 1 form)
State ID (with photo)
Resident Alien Card
Military I.D. or School I.D.(w/ picture.)
Other ID (Need 2 forms)
Drivers License (without photo)
Social Security Card
Voter Registration Card
GENERAL INFORMATION ABOUT COMPUTERIZED TESTING
You do not have to know computers to take this test. Instructions are given before the start of the test. A Test Administrator will always be present should you have any questions or problems.
Proficiency tests are designed to allow students to demonstrate their mastery of course objectives without actually taking the course. If you score 80% or better on a proficiency test, you will receive a "P" notation on your records. The proficiency credit satisfies graduation requirements and does not effect your grade point average. If you are interested in taking a proficiency test, pick up a Proficiency Test Brochure in Student Central, Room 2005. Tests are available only for the courses deemed as appropriate by the applicable Academic Dean.