Testing by appointment only. (706) 791-2000
Military testing requires military ID and military uniform of the day.
Report 15 minutes prior to start time. Doors locked at 7:45am.
If late, must reschedule.
How to Schedule Military tests.
To schedule an Army Personnel Test, you MUST have your unit prepare a DA Form 4187 requesting the exam. Your company commander MUST verify the request. The DA Form 4187 is then sent to MILPO for eligibility verification and exam scheduling or if you are an PSDR Unit send to testing center.
Army Personnel Tests:
The Selection Instrument for Flight Training (SIFT) is a computer-based test battery used to predict the success of a student in aciation training programs.The test is used as a primary selection instrument.
The Armed Forces Classification Test (AFCT) uses the AFCT to evaluate in-service personnel who wish to improve your AFCT scores in order to qualify for re-enlistment, a MOS change, WO training, OCS, or ROTC. The AFCT is a battery of 10 subtests, from which 10 composite scores are derived. Study: Study the Reading and Math section of a GED Review book, review all subtests in an ASVAB Preview book and /or enroll and complete the FAST program.
The Army Correspondence Course Program (ACCP) exams evaluate your knowledge obtained from Army correspondence course material. These are proctored tests and graded at the Army Institute for Professional Development, Newport News, VA.
The Basic Math Science Test (BMST) is used as a diagnostic tool in the selection of soldiers for Prime Power Production Specialist Course (MOS 52E). The BMST is intended to be used as a predictor of an applicant’s ability to successfully complete the demanding academic training phase of the program.
Study: Math and science
The Test of Adult Basic Education (TABE) is designed to measure achievement in reading, math, language, and spelling.
All soldiers attending an NCOES course, submitting a CID or WO packet and self-evaluation or other reasons are required to take the TABE Level A Math and Reading subtests. All soldiers with a GT score less than 100 are required to take the TABE Level 9A all subtests within 60 days of their in-processing at the Education Center. Your test performance will be used by the counselor to assist you in academic remediation.
All exams MUST be approved and scheduled by an Army Guidance Counselor at the Fort Gordon Education Center .
Effective 20 November 2010, DANTES will only fund a Service member's initial examination fee for each subject College Level Examination Program (CLEP), DSST (previously known as the DANTES Subject Standardized Tests) and Excelsior College Examinations (ECE) exams. If a desired passing score is not obtained, retesting is available on a personally funded basis. To prevent test familiarity and safeguard test security, the testing agencies will continue to require that all examinees must wait 180 calendar days from the last test date to retest on these exams. If an examinee tests before the waiting period has elapsed, the test score will be invalidated and the waiting period starts over.
Test preparation materials for the SAT, ACT, GRE, GMAT, and college credit exams are available in the Multi-Use Learning Facility.
College Level Examination Program - CLEP, DSST, and ECEP.
College Admissions Testing -SAT, ACT Assessment, GRE, NTE (Praxis Series), and GMAT.
Certification Examinations - ASE, MLT, EMT, MT and various others.
Interest Inventories - Kuder, Career Assessment Inventory and the Strong Interest Inventory.
Graduate Record Examination (GRE) Subject Exams Only
The GRE is designed to measure knowledge and understanding of subject matter basic to graduate study. The GRE General Test contains verbal, quantitative, and analytical questions. In addition to the general test, the GRE offers numerous advanced subject tests.
Graduate Record Examination (GRE)
Contact Prometric (800)247-8731 .
Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT)
Contact Prometric (800)247-8731 .
Scholastic Assessment Test (SAT)
The SAT is an admission requirement at some colleges. The SAT is a multiple-choice test that measures verbal and mathematical reasoning abilities. Before taking a college admissions test, check with the college or university you plan to attend, or with your education counselor to determine the appropriate test.
American College Testing Assessment Program (ACT)
The ACT assessment test is an admissions requirement at some colleges. The ACT assessment instrument consists of a battery of four academic tests which measure academic development in the following areas: English, Mathematics, Reading, and Science Reasoning. The ACT assessment provides scores on the four tests, a composite score, and seven subscores which provide more detailed information concerning an individual's academic development.
The Praxis Series (NTE)
Contact Prometric (800)247-8731.
DANTES Subject Standardized Tests (DSSTs)
Testing facility supports the Speech (DSST) (paper based testing); all other DSSTs computer based testing.
|Introduction to Business||Money and Banking|
|Business Law II||Organizational Behavior|
|Introduction to Computing||Human Resource Management|
|Finance, Principles of||Personal Finance|
|Financial Accounting, Principles of||Supervision, Principles of|
|Management Information Systems||Business Mathematics||Bus Ethics & Society|
|Ethics in America||World Religions, Introduction||Principles of Public Speaking|
|Fundamentals of College Algebra||Principles of Statistics|
|Astronomy||Physical Science, Principles|
|Physical Geology||Here's to Your Health|
|Environment & Humanity: The Race to Save the Planet|
Social Sciences (DSST)
|Art of the Western World||Foundations of Education|
|Western Europe since 1945||Lifespan Developmental Psychology|
|An Intro. to the Modern Middle East||General Anthropology|
|Human/Cultural Geography||Drug and Alcohol Abuse|
|Rise and Fall of the Soviet Union||Introduction to Law Enforcement|
|A History of the Vietnam War||Criminal Justice|
|The Civil War and Reconstruction||Fundamental of Counseling|
Applied Technology (DSST)
Excelsior College Examination Program (ECE)
Arts and Sciences (ECE)
|Abnormal Psychology||Life Span Developmental Psychology|
|Anatomy & Physiology||Organizational Behavior|
|Bioethics: Philosophical Issues||Pathophysiology|
|Cultural Diversity||Psychology of Adulthood & Aging|
|English Composition||Research Methods in Psychology|
|Ethics: Theory & Practice||World Conflicts|
|Foundations of Gerontology||World Population|
|Ethics: Theory and Practice||Labor Relations|
|Human Resource Management||Organizational Behavior|
Literacy Instruction in the Elementary School
Health Sciences (ECE)
|Foundations of Gerontology||Psychology of Adulthood & Aging|
|Human Resources Management|
|Nursing: Associate Level||Nursing: Baccalaureate Level|
|Essentials of Nursing Care: Health Safety||Community-Focused Nursing|
|Essentials of Nursing Care: Health Differences||Management in Nursing|
|Essentials of Nursing Care: Health Chronicity||Research in Nursing|
|Essentials of Nursing Care: Reproductive Health||Adult Nursing|
|Health Differences Across the Life Span 1||Maternal & Child Nursing|
|Health Differences Across the Life Span 2||Psychiatric/Mental Health Nursing|
|Health Differences Across the Life Span 3|
|Transition to the Registered Professional Nurse Role|
|Fundamentals of Nursing|
|Maternal & Child Nursing|
College Level Examination Program (CLEP)
|Financial Accounting||Management, Principles of|
|Business Law, Introductory||Marketing, Principles of|
Data Processing (CLEP)
Information System & Computer Applications
English Composition (CLEP)
|College Composition Modular (without Essay)|
|College Composition (with Essay)|
|History of the U.S. I: Early Colonization to 1877||Western Civilization I: Ancient Near East to 1648|
|History of the U.S. II: 1865 to Present||Western Civilization II: 1648 to Present|
|American Literature||English Literature|
|Analyzing and Interpreting of Literature||Humanities|
Natural Sciences (CLEP)
|Educational Psychology, Introduction to||Human Growth & Development|
Social Sciences (CLEP)
|Macroeconomics, Principles of||Sociology, Introductory|
|Microeconomics, Principles of|