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Additional Testing

CLEP Testing

Save time and money while achieving your college goals (Complete College Georgia) with College Level Examination Program (CLEP) at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College located in Tifton, GA. CLEP exams are offered in 33 introductory-level college subjects and is the most widely accepted credit-by-examination program, available at more than 2,900 colleges and universities.

https://clep.collegeboard.org/

This exam requires two forms of ID the day of testing.  Please see the CLEP website below for more information.  

http://clep.collegeboard.org/exam-day-info

Contact the Student Development Center at 229-391-5135 for more details.

 

MELAB

The Michigan English Language Assessment Battery (MELAB with or without the speaking portion) evaluates advanced-level English language competence of adult nonnative speakers of English. The MELAB is intended for:

  • Students applying to United States, Canadian, British, and other educational institutions where the language of instruction is English
  • Professionals who need English for work or training purposes
  • Anyone interested in obtaining a general assessment of their English language proficiency for educational or employment opportunities

The MELAB is a secure test battery and is administered only by authorized official examiners. Many educational institutions in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, and other countries accept the MELAB as an alternative to the TOEFL.

http://www.cambridgemichigan.org/melab

Contact the Student Development Center at 229-391-5135 for more details.

 

MET

The Michigan English Test (MET) is an examination for test takers who want to evaluate their general English language proficiency in social, educational, and workplace contexts. Listening recordings and reading passages reflect everyday, authentic interaction in an American-English linguistic environment. An MET Speaking Test is also available.

The MET:

  • emphasizes the communicative use of English
  • is designed to measure proficiency in the basic language skill areas of listening, reading, and language usage (grammar and vocabulary)
  • is offered monthly at test centers around the world and at ABAC

The exact cut scores between adjacent CEFR levels, based on research conducted by CaMLA, are available in Interpreting Scaled Scores in Relation to the Common European Framework Levels(PDF). Selected CEFR performance descriptors illustrate what test takers should be able to do at each level.

Who takes the MET?

The MET is intended for adults and adolescents at or above a secondary level of education who want to measure their general English language proficiency in a variety of linguistic contexts. It can be used for educational purposes, such as when finishing an English language course, or for employment purposes, such as applying for a job or pursuing a promotion that requires an English language qualification. The MET is not an admissions test for students applying to universities and colleges in the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom.

Contact the Student Development Center at 229-391-5135 for more details.

 

CAT

California Achievement Test – This exam is typically administrated to homeschooled/home based students.  This exam supplements student’s college application test scores.

Contact the Student Development Center at 229-391-5135 for more details.

 

DSST (Dantes)

What is DSST?

If experience is the world’s greatest teacher, then your experiences may well qualify you for college credit. The nationally recognized DSST Program helps you receive college credits for learning acquired outside the traditional classroom through 38 exams in certain college subject areas.

A form of prior learning assessment, DSSTs offer students a cost effective, time saving way to use their knowledge acquired outside of the classroom (perhaps from reading, on-the-job training, or independent study) to accomplish their educational goals.

The test fee to take a DSST is $80 with an ABAC fee of $25.

Contact the Student Development Center at 229-391-5135 for more details.

 

The American Council on Education’s College Credit Recommendation Service (ACE CREDIT) has evaluated and recommended college credit for DSST exams at ABAC following these guidelines. For more information, visit the ACE CREDIT website.

http://getcollegecredit.com

Contact the Student Development Center at 229-391-5135 for more details.

 

ServSafe

ABAC is an official ServSafe proctor site.  To have your ServSafe exam proctored call the Student Development Center for more information.

http://www.servsafe.com/home

Contact the Student Development Center at 229-391-5135 for more details.