Some RODP instructors require their online midterm and/or final exams be proctored and taken at an approved testing site. Northeast State is an approved testing site and proctors exams for any RODP student. There is no charge for proctoring RODP exams.
Please read the following information before scheduling your RODP test date:
Schedule and take every exam during the acceptable time period set forth by the instructor.
Math exams are usually allotted two to three hours. If a test is allotted three or more hours, please contact
testing@NortheastState.edu to discuss the allotted time.
Two non-math courses, such as A&P, biology, humanities, chemistry, philosophy, physics, etc., may be taken during the same time slot (8:30 a.m., 1 p.m., or 5 p.m.) since each of these tests is limited to 45-90 minutes.
Your online registration is automatically saved once you complete and submit the online exam registration form. Testing Services will only email your instructor or you if there is a question or a problem. It is your responsibility to email your
instructor your confirmation page that lists your testing location and test date.
You must arrive at Testing Services, Room C2101 of the General Studies Building on the Blountville campus or Room BWH135 of Blazier-Wilson Hall in Kingsport, at your scheduled time. Please note that testing check-in is in Room C2101 on the Blountville campus, but that the actual test is proctored in the Testing Center, Room C2106.
Photo ID is required to test. You cannot take your test without your driver’s license or school ID for admittance.
For additional information about RODP proctoring, please go to the
TBR RODP website.
Read the Testing Center Guidelines before scheduling your test.
A valid photo ID (driver’s license, work or school ID) is required for testing.
Food or beverages are not allowed at the computer stations and must be stored while in the Testing Center.
Cell phones must be turned on silent and collected prior to testing. Students will not have access to them during testing or breaks.
Children are not allowed in the Testing Center and must be under adult supervision while on campus.
Students who are ill with coughing, high fever, or other contagious symptoms are encouraged to reschedule their tests.
Honesty is the best policy! The use of unauthorized aids, copying, or any other form of cheating will result in being dismissed from the Testing Center and appropriate action for that test will be taken.
Students whose behavior is a disturbance to other students will be asked to leave the Testing Center.
Scratch paper must be turned in before leaving the Testing Center.
Students who require accommodations (extended time, etc.) must first contact the Center for Students with Disabilities at 423.279.7640.
Students will be seated as soon as a computer station becomes available.