Non-UA Little Rock student exam proctoring

You are not a UA Little Rock student, but would like your exam to be proctored at Testing Services.

Accuplacer

  1. Contact the institution you plan to attend.
  2. Request an Accuplacer voucher.
    • The voucher will facilitate the delivery of your scores to your institution immediately after you complete the exam.
    • Be aware that your institution will likely charge a fee for the voucher. UA Little Rock’s testing fee will be in addition.
  3. Make an appointment at UA Little Rock Testing Services.
  4. In box number 1, select “PROCTORED EXAMS – NON-UALR”.
  5. Box 2, select the Accuplacer exam you wish to take from the “Accuplacer (Non-UALR)” list.
  6. Complete your appointment scheduling and payment.
  7. It is recommended that you print your registration confirmation and bring it on your appointment date.
  8. You are responsible for reviewing our website regarding acceptable identification, prohibited items, and policies.

Correspondence or DEPS (Distance Education Proctoring Service)

It is your responsibility to request that your test be sent to UA Little Rock. If your exam is online, your distance education university should email the password and instructions for the delivery of your exam.

Ask your distance education/correspondence university to mail, fax, or email your test to:

    University of Arkansas at Little Rock
    Office of Testing Services
    2801 South University Avenue
    Student Services Center, room 315
    Little Rock, AR 72204

    501.569.8096 (fax)
    proctor@ualr.edu (email)
  1. After your university informs you that your test has been mailed, make your appointment using our online scheduler.
  2. Box 1 select “PROCTORED EXAMS – NON-UALR”.
  3. Box 2 select the appropriate exam whether computer-based or paper/pencil.
  4. Complete your appointment and payment.
  5. It is recommended that you print your registration confirmation and bring it with you on your appointment date.
  6. You are responsible for reviewing our website regarding acceptable identification, prohibited items, and policies.