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The Testing Center allows students the opportunity to schedule a time for testing in order to meet their schedule and academic needs. Click here to schedule your appointment. 24-hour notice is required.
State Tech offers a unique opportunity for prospective students to take program admittance tests and be admitted into many of the college’s academic programs! Click here to register for your Admissions test today. If you do not see a time that works for you, please call 573-897-5000 to schedule your test.
Using a combination of your GPA and/or your ACT/Accuplacer scores, a student may be admitted immediately into a program. Every student admitted into State Tech has the Testing Center available to them throughout their academic career.
The scores and GPA listed below are for automatic admissions into most programs. Others will go through an admissions process.
(State Tech also accepts SAT scores)
Click here to view automatic admissions testing requirements
State Tech requires the Bennett Mechanical Comprehension exam for applicants interested in the CAT Dealer Service Technician program only. Request testing by contacting the Admissions Office at firstname.lastname@example.org or 573-897-5000.
Tests and quizzes in online courses that require testing in a proctored environment. Math Department course test retakes.
Accommodated testing for prospective and current students. Outside vendor testing.
State Tech is a Testing Location and requires the ATI TEAS exam for applicants interested in the following programs: Physical Therapist Assistant, Medical Radiologic Technology, Nursing, and Practical Nursing Technology. Applicants may take the test up to three times in an admissions cycle. Request testing online here or contact the Testing Center to schedule an appointment. Click here for TEAS test prep information.
State Tech is a Testing Location and requires the Wonderlic Scholastic Level Exam (SLE) for applicants interested in the Dental Assisting Technology program only. Applicants may take the test up to two times in an admissions cycle. Request testing online here or contact the Testing Center to schedule an appointment.