For Academic Tests: Online, Distance Education, and
students, the information on this page has all the information you
need to know for taking academic tests for online, distance education,
or face-to-face courses here at the KCC Testing Center. Please read
this document carefully.
are located on the first floor of the Lama Library in Room 101.
Please check-in at the front desk with a picture ID card.
2016 TESTING CENTER HOURS OF OPERATION
testing is by walk-in only. No appointments or reservations.
note: Check-in for all tests closes promptly one (1) hour before
Late arrivals will not be permitted to test and will be turned away.
COMING TO TAKE YOUR TEST
your test is ONLINE (via Laulima or CourseCompass, etc.), login
to your course and carefully check your test open/close dates.
You (the student) are responsible to adhering to your instructor's
deadlines AND testing center hours of operation.
your test is on PAPER, your instructor will drop off your test
before the first available date that the test can be taken.
you MISSED an in-class paper exam, your instructor may place an
exam on file for you to make-up at the testing center. Please
note that not all instructors use this service. You (the student)
are responsible for checking with your instructor to see if they
will allow make ups at the testing center.
EARLY. Check-in for all tests closes promptly one (1) hour
PICTURE ID: (Driver's License, State ID, Military ID, School
ID, or Passport).
YOUR UH USERNAME. This is the first part of your @hawaii.edu
STAFF NEEDS THE FOLLOWING INFO AT CHECK-IN:
course name and course number (for example: ZOOL 141)
test that you are taking (for example: exam 1, exam 2, etc.)
name of your instructor
Reference Number (CRN). Login to MyUH
to find this information
THE DEADLINE FOR AN ONLINE QUIZ, TEST, OR EXAM HAS PASSED
your instructor. Testing center personnel are NOT authorized to
change test administration dates.
SECURITY & MONITORING
follow all instructions by test center personnel and proctors. Cameras
and computer monitoring software are in use and actively monitored
to ensure academic integrity and security. Exams will be stopped
if there is observed use of any unauthorized material, not limited
to outside websites, books, notes, and electronic equipment (cell
phones, tablets, etc).