Testing Services provide students with the opportunity to: achieve a high school equivalency diploma (GED), meet admission requirements of four-year colleges and universities (ACT, SAT), meet placement and registration requirements of two-year public colleges (ACCUPLACER, COMPASS, THEA QT), and meet admission requirements for allied-health programs (HOBET, TEAS).
The ACCUPLACER and COMPASS are computer-based placement tests which assess a student's readiness for college coursework in reading, writing, and mathematics.
The ACT and SAT Tests assess high school students' general educational development and their ability to complete college-level work. The ACT and SAT Tests are national college admission and placement examinations.
The Tests of General educational Development
The GED measures major academic skills and knowledge in core content areas (language arts writing, language arts reading, mathematics, science, and social studies) that are learned during four years of high school.
Health Occupations Basic Entrance Test
The HOBET is an assessment for a variety of health care occupations that tests basic academic knowledge in reading, mathematics, science, and English language usage.
Test of Essential Academic Skills
The TEAS is an assessment for nursing program applicants that tests basic academic knowledge in reading, mathematics, science, and English language usage.
THEA QUICK TEST
Texas Higher Education Assessment
The purpose of THEA QT is to assess the reading, mathematics, and writing skills that entering freshman-level students should have if they are to perform effectively in undergraduate certificate or degree programs in Texas public colleges or universities.
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