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The Army Personnel Testing program encompasses standardized tests to determine eligibility for specialized training and to support the Army’s personnel selection and classification process, which includes language proficiency testing. Some of the tests include the Test of Adult Basic Education, Armed Forces Classification Test, Defense Language Proficiency Test and the Army Flight Aptitude Selection Test. Fort Stewart and Hunter students may call 912-767-1830 for additional test information and procedures.

Academic testing is provided through the Defense Activity for Non-Traditional Education Support. The education counselor can help match these tests with students’ goals. The counselor can also schedule appointments for these tests and provide information on how to prepare for them. These tests include admissions testing (ACT and SAT), interest inventories and credit-by-examination (CBEs). The CBEs include the College Level Examination Program (CLEP), DANTES Subject Standardized Tests (DSSTs) and Excelsior College Exams. Certification and licensure exams are available through Pearson VUE. Call 912-767-9569. For additional details, Fort Stewart and Hunter students may call 912-767-1830.


Distance Learning Testing — Distance learning courses often require that some of the tests be proctored by personnel authorized by the student’s college or university. Columbia College provides this service to students in need of a testing proctor. Columbia College also administers the CLEP and DSSTs. To make an appointment, call 912-767-7558 at Fort Stewart or 912-352-8635 at Hunter.

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