Unless the instructor states otherwise, there will be no exceptions to these rules.
Please review AACC’s full Academic Integrity Statement. As a student you agree to follow all standards set forth by this college. Any incident found in violation of these rules will be addressed immediately.
Smartphones and tablets cannot be used as calculators. If your professor allows the use of a calculator during your exam, you may bring your own or use one of the testing center's calculators.
The testing centers allow students to use TI-84+ and below if calculators are allowed during your exam. If you require a more advanced calculator you will need to obtain permission in writing from your instructor.
Please have a picture ID ready when you come to take your exam. This is required when testing both online and in any testing center. Testing staff will not administer an exam without ID. Although not required, it is helpful if you have your student ID card. Some certification exams require multiple ID cards. If you are taking a certification exam, be sure to verify with the specific vendor what is required.
Children are not allowed to be left unattended outside of a testing center. Testing staff will not be able to watch your children during your exam session. If your child is found unattended, you will be asked to stop testing and the exam will be submitted to your professor.
Due to the COVID-19 response, ALL exams are by APPOINTMENT ONLY
Each testing location has their own hours of operations. All testing centers open and close exactly at their stated times. There are no exceptions to this rule. If you are still taking an exam at closing time, your testing session will be stopped and the exam will be submitted to your professor. If you are taking a placement exam, your exam will be stopped and you can return within two weeks to finish. Students with an extended time accommodation must finish their exam by the posted closing time.
Students may only use a textbook or e-book in the testing center if the following rules have been met.
The student’s instructor must give permission that a textbook/e-book is allowed during an exam session.
Students must provide their own textbook or e-book. The testing center does to supply textbooks or e-book material.
When using an e-book it is required that a testing center device be used. No personal devices can be used during testing.
The materials must be out and ready prior to starting an exam. In regards to e-book, the website, file or application must be open and on the student’s screen prior to the exam session starting.
Students may not share any material with other students during their exam.
It is the responsibility of the student to be able to open and access their e-book during testing.
If there are any technical difficulties in opening your material, the staff will give students the option to contact their professor to make alternative arrangements prior to starting their exam. However, this means you may not be able to take your exam at the time of the technical difficulty.
If you are unsure that your e-book will work during testing, we advise that you contact us to make arrangements prior to your exam date in order verify that your e-book is assessable on our devices. We can be reached at the following:
Arnold campus – 410-777-2374 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Glen Burnie Town Center – 410-777-2906 or email@example.com
Arundel Mills Campus – 410-777-1915 or firstname.lastname@example.org