For Academic Tests: Online, Distance Education, and
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 at the KCC Testing Center. Please read this page carefully.
are located on the first floor of the Library in Lama 101.
your Picture ID! No ID -- No Test.
(Driver's license/permit, State ID, Military ID, School ID, Passport,
USCIS Green Card, EAD, other any other government issued ID card
with a picture on it)
your UH Username. This is the first part of your @hawaii.edu
what test you're taking. You will be asked to provide the
name and course number (e.g. ZOOL 141)
that you are taking (e.g. Exam 1, Exam 2, etc.)
name of your instructor
don't know the name of my instructor because I'm in an online
course" is NOT a valid excuse for not knowing your instructor's
coming to the test center
your test is ONLINE (via Laulima,
Pearson MyLab, etc), login to your course to check your test open/close
dates, as well as time limits. You (the student) are responsible
for adhering to your instructor's deadlines AND testing center
hours of operation. Instructors generally submit online test requests
to the Testing Center several days before the first available
your test is on PAPER, instructors
generally drop off tests before the first available test date.
you MISSED an in-class paper
exam, make arrangements with your instructor to make-up your exam
at the Testing Center. Please note that not all instructors use
this service. You are responsible for checking with your instructor
to see if they will allow make-ups at the Testing Center.
the deadline for an online quiz, test, or exam has passed
your instructor. Only instructors are able to change/adjust test
Security and Monitoring
all instructions by testing center staff and proctors. Security
cameras and computer monitoring software are in use and is actively
monitored to ensure academic academic integrity and test security.
Exams will be stopped if there is observed use of any unauthorized
material, not limited to websites, books, notes, and electronic
equipment (cell phones, tablets, etc).