Today, Friday, January 21, will be a remote learning day for Central Piedmont students and a remote work day for most college employees. Please check your college email as soon as possible for complete details.
If testing at a campus besides Central Campus, first email email@example.com to ensure make-up course testing is available at your campus.
Bring in your make-up test(s) at least one business day before the testing start date. As a courtesy to our Testing Center staff, do not submit your make-up test the same day you need it administered. Testing Center staff need time to process and file the make-up test. Submitting make-up tests on the same day you need it administered will delay the processing of your test.
Completely fill out a blue sheet for your make-up test(s), found in the Testing Center faculty work area. Failure to complete a blue sheet may delay the processing of your make-up test. Your blue sheet lists specific instructions about the administration of your make-up test. Fields to be completed on the sheet include, but are not limited to, course name, instructor contact information, test name, begin and end date, test length, number of students (1–5), and materials used (if any).
The make-up test will be filed as “make-up" print "MU" on your blue sheet.
List the date range when you would like your students to take the make-up test. (The beginning date on your blue sheet is the date the make-up test starts, not the date you bring the make-up test to the Testing Center.)
Specify what, if any, materials students are permitted to use during the make-up test (scratch paper, calculator, dictionary, etc.). In order to preserve testing security and integrity, e-books are not permitted during "open book" tests.
If you need any help completing the blue sheet, please ask the Testing Center staff.
Leave the make-up test with a testing administrator for processing and review.
After we process your make-up test, we will file it in a secured cabinet under your last name.
If Scantrons are required for your make-up test, you must supply them.
Students are not permitted to drop off make-up tests— this poses a security risk and compromises the integrity of the Testing Center.
When picking up a completed make-up test, check two folders: one for which make-up tests have been given out/incoming tests, and one for your completed make-up tests.
It is your responsibility to review and count your make-up tests before you leave the Testing Center. Between your two folders, you should have the same number of make-up tests as you started with. By counting the make-up tests before you leave the Testing Center, you both verify that you have received all of your make-up tests and ensure that you do not have another instructor’s make-up tests. If for any reason you are missing a make-up test, please see Testing Center staff.
After you count and collect your make-up tests, sign and date the blue sheet and list the number of make-up tests you collected.
Leave your completed blue sheet with the Testing Center for filing.
Before you take your make-up test, ask your instructor which testing aids (like calculators, dictionaries, books, etc.) you can use on the make-up test.
You are not allowed to use an e-book during an open-book make-up test.
You need to bring your own calculator (if calculators are allowed on your make-up test).
The Testing Center will provide scratch paper.
You are not allowed to access your cell phone, smartwatch, or other electronic devices during your make-up test under any circumstances. When you arrive, you must completely power down and store these devices.