IVCC is currently requiring face masks to be worn while on campus regardless of vaccination status.
The IVCC Assessment Center offers these services:
- IVCC Student Placement Testing (areas of Reading, English, and/or Math)
- Illinois INACE/CNA state exam (Computer based and paper/pencil dates)
- Pearson Vue Testing (including GED and Evaluation Systems-select dates)
- Testing for employment and safety through IVCC Business Training office
Do you need placement testing?
IVCC uses multiple measures for placement. Before scheduling placement testing, visit the placement testing webpage to determine if you need testing. Placement may be determined by:
- ACT/SAT Scores
- PSAT (10 or NMSQT) scores
- High School Equivalency (GED or HiSET)
- High School GPA (for those that have graduated high school)
- Completion of specific courses in college or high school
- IVCC Placement Testing
Documentation of scores must be on file with IVCC to allow for course registration. Please make certain that you have submitted official transcripts and official score reports before registering for classes.
Consult an IVCC counselor at (815) 224-0360 for more information or an appointment.
You may make a placement testing appointment on campus at IVCC at www.registerblast.com/ivcc . You will receive communication about your future testing appointment via e-mail.
Virtual Placement Proctoring
Please review the technical requirements examity.com/accuplacer to see if virtual placement testing is an option for you. Vouchers for testing will be generated and sent via e-mail in 2-3 business days. If you wish to take placement testing online, please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more details. Include the following information in your email:
- First name/Last Name
- IVCC ID Number (starts with 0/ 7 digits)
- Date of Birth
- Phone Number
- Email Address
- Testing Subjects (Reading, English, Math)
Availablle for FA 21 IVCC courses
The Assessment Center provides an area for IVCC students to take their exams if needing accommodations (as determined by the IVCC Center for Accessibility and Neurodiversity (CAN) office), or have missed an exam that was given in class. Certain online and blended courses also utilize the Assessment Center to have exams proctored.
Appointments are required for all IVCC placement testing and IVCC online, blended and telecourse exams. Appointments are strongly encouraged for all other exams to guarantee that the exam is available when the student comes to take their test. Instructors provide the Assessment Center the exam and the appropriate parameters of the test. If you are taking an IVCC course and need an exam proctored away from campus, contact your instructor and the Assessment Center about options available to you.
This service is not currently available.
Planning on attending college outside of the Illinois Valley? We proctor placement exams for other colleges and universities. It can save you a trip of going just for testing. Contact the college you are going to be attending to find out if this is an option for you to take placement testing offsite. Appointments for other college and university placement testing are required. A $25 proctor fee is charged to the individual at the time of testing.
This service is not currently available.
Are you a student enrolled in an online university? Are you back home for the summer but are taking a class at the college you attend? The IVCC Assessment Center may be able to assist in exams that you need proctored. Most colleges and universities will have you complete a proctor verification form (provided by your instructor or the online/distance learning office from your college) and then the institution will send your exam information to the IVCC Assessment Center Appointments are required for all other college/universities exams. There is a $15 proctor fee per exam.
IVCC Assessment Center is certified as a testing site for Scantron (formerly Castle World Wide) and Pearson Vue. These testing companies oversee a multitude of exams for institutions as well as certifications and licensures for occupations. Registration (including payment) and scheduling of exams offered by Pearson Vue or Scantron are all handled online on their individual websites. Pearson Vue also handles the registration and scheduling for the GED exams.
IVCC Assessment Center also administers CLEP and DSST exams.
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*Please note IVCC Assessment Center is not able to administer the NCLEX exam through Pearson Vue
Please visit the Illinois Nurse Aide Testing website to register for available dates for testing.
IVCC offers both the written and computer based testing options for CNA certification. Written exam is offered several times a year while the computer based exam is offered several times a month. Registration and payment for both of these tests is through the Illinois Nurse Aide Testing website or through your CNA coursework. For computer based testing, candidates must know their INACE username and password at the time of exam.
The Assessment Center at the Ottawa Center has limited hours.
Due to limited hours and seating, testing appointments are required for Assessment Center at the Ottawa Center. At this time, only placement testing and testing for employment through the IVCC Business Training office are the only appointments offered.
Assessment Center hours at the Ottawa Center generally allow for IVCC course make-up exams, IVCC online course exams and IVCC placement testing.