The Testing Centers are now open. Bevill values the health and safety of students. To control the number of students testing at one time, an appointment is necessary.
Bevill State offers the following placement exams.
The Accuplacer is used to measure a student’s readiness for college level courses. It is a computerized assessment of skills in Math, Reading, and Writing. It is a tool we use to help enroll students in the classes that correspond to individual skill levels.
The GED Examination is administered at Bevill State Community College’s Jasper, Hamilton, and Fayette Campuses. To register for the examination, please go to the GED website at www.ged.com. For information on the GED Classes offered at Bevill State, please visit Adult Education (link) on the college website.
For information on preparing for the GED, contact the Adult Education Department at (xxx) xxx-xxxx or visit the Adult Education page.
Although Bevill State Community College does not require an ACT score for admission, an ACT score can be used for placement in English and Math courses and is a requirement of the application process for various Health Science Programs.
The ACT comes in two versions, the ACT: On-Campus Testing and the National ACT. Both versions are produced by the same company, and they are essentially the same tests.
What is the difference?
On-Campus Testing scores will only be transferred for the purpose of applying for admission to an Allied Health Program at a community college located in the State of Alabama. This test is administered based on appointment with the campus Testing Coordinator.
The National ACT is transferrable to any college or university and is given at multiple testing centers across the United States, including Bevill State, on designated Saturdays. Students planning to take this test must register through www.act.org.
How do I sign up?
The current price for the ACT: On Campus Test is $55. To register, contact the campus Testing Coordinator for availability. Once availability is confirmed, payment must be made in the campus Business Office to secure the appointment. Space is limited.
Can I retake the test?
Students must wait sixty (60) days before retaking the ACT: On Campus Test. ACT Restricts the number of times a student may take the ACT to twelve (12) times.
Students needing to take a placement test, can contact the Testing Coordinator on the campus you plan to attend.
1-800-648-3271, Ext 5137
1-800-648-3271, Ext 5372
1-800-648-3271, Ext 5901
1-800-648-3271, Ext 5409
Most distance education (online) courses require at least one on-campus exam. These exams may be taken in our Academic Testing Centers located on every campus. Please refer to your course syllabus for more details.
Students MUST make an appointment in advance to take exams.
1-800-648-3271, Ext. 4147
1-800-648-3271; Ext. 5315
1-800-648-3271, Ext 5775
1-800-648-3271, Ext. 5272