Wiregrass Georgia Technical College Achieves Test Center Certification
Congratulations to Wiregrass Georgia Technical College for achieving Test Center Certification from the National College Testing Association. Test Center Certification indicates that a test center operates under the highest accepted standards and procedures for all types of testing.
Wiregrass Georgia Technical College, located in Valdosta Georgia, is a part of the Technical College System of Georgia that serves eleven counties in south-central Georgia. The school was formed on July 1, 2010 from a merger of East Central Technical College and Valdosta Technical College. The school enrolls about 6,000 students and on December 2, 2010 WGTC was named the first recipient of the Governor Sonny Perdue Award for Technical College of the Year.
Kent State University Achieves Test Center Certification
Congratulations to Kent State University for achieving Test Center Certification from the National College Testing Association. Test Center Certification indicates that a test center operates under the highest accepted standards and procedures for all types of testing.
Kent State University at Stark, located in North Canton, Ohio, is a public institution and the largest regional campus of Kent State University. The school offers associate, bachelor and master degrees that serves over 11,000 students annually and graduates over 500 students each year. The school promotes environmental and social responsibility and was recognized on the President's Service Learning Honor Roll for 2006. 2007, 2008 and 2009.
The Association of Test Publishers (“ATP”) and the National College Testing Association (“NCTA”) Announce Partnership to Jointly Develop a Set of Industry Standards for the Online Proctoring of Computer-based Tests
The Association of Test Publishers (“ATP”) and the National College Testing Association (“NCTA”) are very excited to announce a partnership to jointly develop a set of industry standards for the online proctoring of computer-based tests. As test delivery and administration in the education and credentialing industry have grown increasingly complex, in particular by the availability of innovative and fast-evolving new technologies, the need for a recognized industry standard for the online proctoring of high-stakes testing has never been more relevant. Read More >>>
It is time to register for the 2018 NCTA conference to be held September 5 – 7 in Scottsdale Arizona at the Hyatt Regency Scottsdale Resort and Spa at Gainey Ranch. Click here to register
- ¨ Keynote address by James Lang, author of Cheating Lessons
- ¨ Sponsor Workshops
- ¨ Two-day Exhibitor’s Fair
- ¨ Resource Fair
- ¨ Ambassador program
- ¨ Business Meeting
- ¨ Over 50 Breakout sessions
Check Out This Promo Video!
The Consortium of College Testing Centers (CCTC) is a referral service provided by the National College Testing Association (NCTA) to facilitate distance learning. The purpose of the CCTC is to make test administration services available to students away from their campuses, particularly at educational institutions. It is a free service for students or others who are seeking a professional location at which to take an exam. All participating test centers must be NCTA members in good standing and are expected to adhere to the CCTC guidelines. In addition the testing center must subscribe to and indicate compliance with the NCTA Professional Standards and Guidelines. Listings are only available to operational testing centers and not to individuals or other groups who wish to serve as proctors. Read More >>