What are correspondence exams?
Correspondence exams are administered for students in need of a proctor from schools other than ASU-Beebe.
How much does the exam cost?
There is a $25 administration fee charged for each exam.
Where do I pay the registration fee?
At the Cashier's Office window in State Hall [1st floor] prior to testing.
When are the exams offered?
The exam is offered Monday-Wednesday 10 a.m.-3 p.m. only. Proctoring service WILL NOT be available during the ASU-Beebe scheduled mid-term or final examination period. Contact the Coordinator of Testing to schedule an exam.
In the event of inclement weather, such as snow, freezing rain, or sleet that may make travel on roads hazardous, examinees are advised to check the ASU-Beebe website at www.asub.edu, or tune in to the following media stations for early notifications: Searcy's KWCK (99.9), KSMD (99.1), or KEAZ (100.7); Batesville's KWOZ (103.3); and TV Channels 4, 7, or 11.
How can I register for this exam?
The examinee is responsible for supplying the host educational institution with all pertinent information for correspondence testing at ASU-Beebe and for ensuring that all testing materials are received by the Coordinator of Testing before a test date is scheduled. Please contact the Coordinator of Testing to schedule an exam. No exams should be emailed to the Testing Coordinator. No exams will be printed or photocopied. Exams should be online or the exam materials must be mailed to the Testing Coordinator.
What should I bring the day of the test?
You MUST bring the pink receipt you received at the Cashier's Office window AND a current government issued photo ID [driver's license, passport].* Your name on your photo ID must match the name on your pink receipt.
What time should I arrive at the testing location?
Students should arrive 15 minutes early for the exam. The test will begin promptly at the scheduled time. If an examinee is not in the testing room (Owen Center Room 146), he/she will not be allowed to test.