Test Center Hours
Fall / Spring –
Monday-Thursday: 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Friday: 8:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Monday-Thursday: 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Tests and Services Offered:
TxCHSE (GED or HiSET), TCEQ, TEAS (Nursing or Allied Health), TSI, PAN, Pearson VUE, WorkKeys, Manual Dexterity. Proctoring services are also available for outside institutions or agencies by appointment for a service charge of $15.00.
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Please direct all testing inquiries and requests to firstname.lastname@example.org. Michael Hemmeter, the Title V Assistant Activity Director will be happy to assist you.
For additional information regarding the tests listed, select a section below.
Two High School Equivalency exams are offered in the Testing Center. They are the GED and the HiSET tests. These tests are offered year-round. To register and schedule a test date, go to https://ged.com/ or https://hiset.ets.org/ and set up your account. These websites give you access to study guides, test scores, test tips, testing center locations, test day schedules, and more.
If you don’t have access to the internet and would like to register for the GED test call (877) 392-6433. To register for the HiSET by phone call (855) 694-4738
For help in preparing for the Texas Highs School Equivalency exams, visit the Adult Education and Literacy page.
Computer-Based Testing for Occupational Licenses
Computer-Based Testing (CBT) offers:
- Immediate test score and printed analysis
- Immediate retest option as determined by the Test Center
Examinations currently available as a computer-based test
- Customer Service Inspector
- Landscape Irrigation Inspector and Technician (English only)
- Municipal Solid Waste facility Supervisors Class A and Class B
- OSSF Maintenance Provider
- Wastewater Operators
- Class B Wastewater Treatment Facility Operator
- Class C Wastewater Treatment Facility Operator
- Class D Wastewater Treatment Facility Operator
- Class I Wastewater Treatment Facility Operator
- Water Operators
- Class B and C Groundwater Operator
- Class B and C Surface Water Operator
- Class B and C Water Distribution Operator
- Class D Water Operator
- Water Treatment Specialists Class I, II, and III
**Pre-approval from TCEQ to take your licensure exam is required**
Upon receiving your approval letter from TCEQ to test you will need to:
- Make an appointment with the Testing Center 24 hours in advance of the day you want to take the exam.
- The Testing Center telephone # is (325 ) 481-8300, ext. 3405
- TCEQ exams are given on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm.
- Pay the proctoring fee to the Testing Center the day of your exam.
- The fee to proctor this exam is $35.00.
(Test of Essential Academic Skills for Radiology and Respiratory Care)
Students applying for admission to the Radiologic Technology program or the Respiratory Care program are required to take the TEAS AH test. Students must register for the test online at www.atitesting.com. NOTE: A 30-day interval is required for retaking the TEAS AH test. The TEAS AH test can only be taken 3 times per academic year.
(Test of Essential Academic Skills for VN and RN)
Students applying for admission to the Vocational Nursing program or the RN program are required to take the TEAS V test. Students must register online at www.atitesting.com. NOTE: A 60-day interval is required for retaking the TEAS V test. The TEAS V test can only be taken 3 times per academic year.
The TSI Assessment test is designed to help determine your level of skill in the areas of reading, writing and mathematics. It provides detailed information regarding your academic strengths and weaknesses.
The TSI tests are offered all year by scheduled appointment. To schedule an appointment, contact the testing center at (806) 872-2223. Cost for tests are $12.00 each subject. For more information, see the links below:
TSI PRE-ASSESSMENT ACTIVITY
A MANDATORY Pre-Assessment Activity (PAA) is required before you can test. The Pre-Assessment Activity consists of a Pre-Assessment Video and a Pre-Assessment Quiz.
The PAA can and should be completed prior to arriving at the test center.
When you are ready to begin the PAA please visit howardcollege.edu/tsi-paa
OFFICIAL AND FREE TSI STUDY GUIDES & OTHER INFORMATION
Students applying for admission to the Surgical Technology program are required to take the Manual Dexterity test. The test is only offered during the Spring semester. There is no test fee. An appointment is required to take the test. Contact Debbie Sartain at (325) 481-8371 ext. 3435.
The Testing Center at Howard College in San Angelo offers test proctoring for students taking online courses. If not directed here by the instructor, each student should confirm the suitability of the Test Center with the instructor prior to scheduling an appointment.
Due to limited space and resources, testing at our facility will be available by reservations only, made by following this link.
Availability is guaranteed after the student books an appointment. All students are required to schedule at least 24 hours before the desired time slot and are recommended to schedule earlier if availability is not flexible.
*Walk-ins are discouraged. Priority will be given to students with appointments. Those without appointments may not be accommodated.
All examinees will be required to present a non-expired state or federal government ID or a current school-issued ID prior to being admitted into the testing room.
No food, drink, personal electronic devices, or any other non-essential items are allowed in the testing room at any time. Any additional allowable resources permitted on the test are specified by the instructor, and students should be aware of what will be allowed.
The cost for testing is $15 per exam and must be paid in advance through the Business Office. The paid receipt must then be presented at time of testing.
*This testing fee may be waived if the exam is for a Howard College course and the student is a registered Howard College student. Check with the center to see if this applies.
Note: ADA Accommodations requests must be approved first by the ADA Coordinator and then by the instructor before scheduling with the Testing Center. Any accommodations beyond additional time require special staffing and must be arranged well in advance. It is the student’s responsibility to make those arrangements in a timely fashion.