Testing is a central part of the educational experience. Applicants to Wiregrass Georgia Technical College begin with a placement test for entry into the college, may continue with program-specific testing for their chosen field of study, and may conclude with tests for professional certification. GED® testing and Work Keys are also available through the college.
Wiregrass Georgia Technical College offers exemption testing for many core and occupational courses. Click for more information on exemption testing
Wiregrass uses the ACCUPLACER Exam. Please click for information on the Placement Test.
Wiregrass offers the GED tests all online. It consists of four parts covering the following subject areas: Language Arts, Math, Science, and Social Studies. For more information regarding GED Testing, please go to GED Testing.
Health Education Systems, Inc. (HESI) A2
As part of the competitive admissions process for the Associate of Science in Nursing, Dental Assisting, Practical Nursing, Radiologic Technology, and Surgical Technology Programs, applicants must schedule and take the HESI A2 entrance exam before the application deadlines. Please click for more information about the HESI A2 Exam and upcoming dates.
GACE and GACE Paraprofessional Exams
The Georgia Assessments for the Certification of Educators® (GACE®) is Georgia’s state-approved educator certification assessment program. These computer-delivered assessments have been developed by the GaPSC and Educational Testing Service (ETS).
The purpose of the GACE assessments is to help the GaPSC ensure that candidates have the knowledge and skills needed to perform the job of an educator in Georgia’s public schools.
To register, please visit https://gace.ets.org/register.
For more information regarding the Paraprofessional Exams, go to https://gace.ets.org/paraprofessional/test_takers/about/
Important: Please read everything on the GACE websites thoroughly. Testing Centers are required to turn away candidates when the ETS GACE rules have not been followed. Make certain to bring a government-issued ID such as your driver's license.
Click to view the WorkKeys information page.
College Board: CLEP
Earn College Credit with CLEP Exams
The College Level Examination Program (CLEP) is a series of examinations, which allow students to show their knowledge in a wide range of subjects. The purpose of CLEP is to provide a means for students to receive college credit for learning acquired outside the traditional college classroom.
How does it work?
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CLEP exams help you receive college credit for what you already know, for a fraction of the cost of a college course. You can prepare for and take the exams on your own time, whether you’re getting a head start on college or working to finish your degree.
- Save money. A CLEP exam costs $85—a fraction of the average college cost, plus $25 registration fee. Exams are free to all eligible military personnel and select civilian employees.
- Earn college credit. A passing score on a CLEP exam can earn you three or more college credits.
- Save time. With CLEP exams you can place out of introductory courses and move more quickly towards your major or other areas of study.
CLEP examinations may run 90 minutes in duration. (Exceptions: College Composition-120 minutes and College Composition Modular with essay-160 minutes).
How to Register
(This is for non-military personnel and veterans)
There are two steps you will need to take to register and pay for the CLEP exam. Please follow these instructions carefully.
- You may register and pay the $25 registration fee up to two business days prior to your exam date.
• Please choose "CLEP".
• Choose an exam.
• Then, choose a "Date" to take the exam.
- IMPORTANT! You must register via My Account at https://clepportal.collegeboard.org/MYACCOUNT before taking CLEP exams.
How to Register if You are MILITARY PERSONNEL or a VETERAN
There are two ways you may register for the CLEP exam. Please follow these instructions carefully.
Valdosta Campus ONLY - If you are interested in taking an exam on our Valdosta Campus, please register through the Wiregrass RegisterBlast portal. All Military Personnel or Veterans will not be charged a registration fee, but will still need to register.
- Please choose "CLEP (Military)" as your GROUP.
- Choose an exam.
- Then, choose a "Date" to take the exam.
Moody Air Force Base Testing Center - If you are interested in taking the exam at our Moody Air Force Base Testing Center, follow these instructions.
IMPORTANT! You must register via My Account at https://clepportal.collegeboard.org/MYACCOUNT before taking CLEP exams. You will need to present your voucher on the day of testing.
You will NOT be able to test without a ticket number for CLEP.
ASE Certification tests are available on the Ben Hill-Irwin Campus. Register at www.myASE.com or click for more information.
2018 SAT Dates
Wiregrass Georgia Technical College is an approved testing center for the SAT. The SAT is given only in the Valdosta Campus Testing Center (located in Brooks Hall). Please contact the testing center for assistance.
- Saturday, March 10 at 8 a.m.
- Saturday, May 5 at 8 a.m.
- Saturday, June 2 at 8 a.m.
Students must register on the SAT website at the following link: SAT REGISTRATION.
Testing Center Mission Statement
The mission of the Testing Center at Wiregrass Georgia Technical College is to provide a professional, secure and accessible testing environment for the campus and community. This environment will enable test takers to perform at their maximum ability while providing services that assist students and faculty in maintaining the College’s goal of academic excellence and leadership. In order to provide professional standards in testing services, we adhere to the National College Testing Association (NCTA) Professional Standards and Guidelines.