Assessment Center

Testing Office Information
The Testing Office offers a variety of testing services. Click on the type of test below to find out more information.

Types of Tests
Entering Students

Current Students


Special Accommodations
Special accommodations may be made for students with disabilities.  For more information email the Center for Accessibility or call (609) 343-5032.

Testing Office Locations

Mays Landing
Testing Office
(609) 343-5099
J Building (Across from Bookstore)
Monday - Friday 9:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Tuesday evening hours available by appointment only.

Atlantic City
(609) 343-4831
Room 137B
Monday - Friday 9 a.m.- 4:30 p.m.

Cape May
(609) 463-3775
Room 234
Monday - Friday 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

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Portfolio Assessment Requirements

A good portfolio can allow Atlantic Cape to assess your skill in computer literacy. Samples of your work are the strongest pieces of evidence you can submit. Your evidence should show what you are able to do.

Following are examples of how you can structure your portfolio for assessment. In addition, you can include performance evaluations and letters of commendation from supervisors or former teachers. Remember that your portfolio represents not only the quality of your product, but also your ability to organize your work.

 

Arranging a Make Up Test:

Tests are given by appointment only. Appointment must be made at least 24 hours in advance:

Before You Call

  • An appointment will not be scheduled if the Testing Center has not received the testing materials and the required form from the Instructor.
  • Staff will not administer a test to a student after the STOP DATE indicated on the form.

You must demonstrate literacy in word processing by displaying business or coursework-based documents you've produced containing the following: letters, memos, brochures, and/or narrative reports that include format features such as borders, shading, tabs, spacing, columns, bullets, text alignment, etc.

You must demonstrate literacy in spreadsheet usage by displaying business or coursework-based documents you've produced containing the following: worksheets using formulas (averages, summation, multiple operands); labels with proper documentation; graphs such as pie charts, bar charts, etc.

You must demonstrate literacy in spreadsheet usage by displaying business or coursework-based documents you've produced containing the following: worksheets using formulas (averages, summation, multiple operands); labels with proper documentation; graphs such as pie charts, bar charts, etc.

You must demonstrate literacy in Internet usage by displaying business or coursework-based documents you've produced containing the following: Internet-based activity; online database usage; online-based research, etc.

You must demonstrate literacy in software integration by displaying business or coursework-based documents you've produced containing the following: reports or documents that integrate database records with word processing text; spreadsheets linked to text documents; charts and graphs linked to documents, etc.