Test Schedule & Assessment Centers

A&P I Assessment Dates

Semester of Registration for A&P IFall 2017Spring 2018Summer 2018
Testing DatesMay 30 - Aug 22, 2017Sept 18, 2017 - Jan 10, 2018TBA
Permission granted for semesters:Fall '17,
Spring '18,
Summer ' 18
Spring '18,
Summer '18,
Fall '18
Summer '18,
Fall '18,
Spring '19

 

Click here to view A&P Assessment Center Testing Hours

 

The A&P I Assessment Test is administered in the ACC Assessment Centers (located on every ACC campus).

No appointment is required.  However, the test takes between 45 minutes and 1.5 hours to complete. The centers will not let you start the test unless you have time to finish, so check the Hours of Operation and plan accordingly.

 

You must bring the following when you take the Assessment Tests
ACCeID Number (Student ID Number)
ACC Student ID or Government Issued Photo ID

General Information About the Assessment Test

Passing is a score of 70% or higher.

BIOL 2401 registration requires a passing score on the A&P I Assessment Test.

You must wait 24 hours between test attempts, limited to  three (3) A&P I attempts per semester.

Allow up to 5 business days for processing of score(s). Passing score is 70% or higher. A passing score receives permission to register for one academic year (3 registration periods).

What if I will not be in Austin or the ACC district and service area during the assessment testing dates?

ACC district and service area map

Students who are out of town during testing dates may be able to arrange an exam by proctor at another location. Students must contact Sandy Clabaugh by email at sclabaug@austincc.edu or by phone at 512-223-0076. You must locate a test location in your area (usually a college or university testing center) and then provide the contact name, email address and web site for the school so that the location can be verified. This information can be provided by email or by phone. Please note it may take a few days for us to contact the testing center and coordinate testing materials. Please be sure to leave your name, ACCeID, phone number and email so that we may contact you. If you need to test overseas and are not able to locate an authorized testing center, contact Sandy Clabaugh at email provided for suggestions.