The Mountwest Testing Center is available to our students and to the public for approved exams through our myriad of partnerships. Please see below for more details.
Monday – 1:30 PM – 5:00 PM
Tuesdays – 9:00 AM – 2:00 PM
Fridays – 9:00 AM – 11:30 AM
Closed: College holidays, Spring Break, Fall Break, Winter Break
From interstate 64 Eastbound or Westbound, take Exit 8 to WV 152 south towards Wayne. After about 0.5 miles you will see AT&T and Gomart on your right. At the traffic light at Gomart, take a right onto Weaver Dr. You will continue up the hill and follow the signs for Mountwest Community and Technical College. Parking is free and we have two lots. As you reach the top of the hill the parking lot to your right is the East parking lot. The parking lot in front and to the left of the school is the main parking lot. Enter the school through the main entrance and go down the first hallway to your right to room 106.
Please always refer to your exam instructions for exact details and requirements.
Contact the testing center to schedule an appointment after you have met with your counselor. You can contact the testing center at firstname.lastname@example.org or 304-710-3395. Study materials and sample exams located at accuplacer.org
Certiport, a Pearson VUE business, was established in 1997 and is now the leading provider of certification exam development, delivery, and program management services. Certiport exams are delivered through an expansive network of over 15,000 Certiport Authorized Testing Centers worldwide.
Certiport delivers millions of exams each year through the secondary, post-secondary, workforce, and corporate technology markets in 148 countries and 27 languages.
Certiport works with industry-leading certification providers to bring their programs successfully to market. With particular expertise in academia, we are able to create a unique go-to-market plan that drives global program performance. Certiport manages a sophisticated portfolio of leading certification programs including:
To register for an exam, visit one of the programs above or click here.
Note: This program is currently under revision.
College Course Challenge Exams, or CCCE’s, are exams that test a student’s proficiency of a Mountwest course. Students successfully receiving passing scores on CCCE’s are considered to have “tested out” of a Mountwest course and will be awarded credit (CR) for the course and awarded the appropriate credit hours for the course. Below are the available College Course Challenge Exams (CCCE) available at Mountwest. To schedule an appointment to take a CCCE, please contact the testing center at email@example.com.
Below are the available CLEP exams for which students may receive Mountwest course credit. For a complete listing of CLEP exams visit the CLEP webpage at https://clep.collegeboard.org/exams. Credit earned through the CLEP exams do not automatically satisfy specific academic requirements. Students are encouraged to consult with a Program Chair or Dean in their area of study for specific curriculum requirements and credit. To schedule an exam, or for more information, contact the MCTC Testing Center at 304-710-3395, or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Testers are responsible for paying for their CLEP exam(s) and a Testing Center Administration Fee of $30.00/exam payable at the Cashier’s office.
The registrar requires a Posting of Course Evaluation Credits fee to have your CLEP exam applied to your transcript. The current fee scale is $10/credit hour.
Mountwest is a fully-funded DANTES site. Please register at site 9512.
DSST exams are college subject tests that you can take to earn college credit for knowledge you acquired outside of a traditional classroom. There are 38 subject exams from which to select in disciplines such as Business, Humanities, Mathematics, Physical Science, and more. Because the exams are funded by DANTES, you could save hundreds or even thousands of dollars towards your degree.
Follow instructions located here.
Mountwest is an officially licensed EC-Council test site. EC-Council certifications are a go-to governments and corporations around the world, including the U.S. Department of Defense. Schedule an appointment and follow instructions located here.
Sample of exams offered:
“The mission of Iso-Quality Testing, Inc. (IQT) is to provide secure, user-friendly, high quality, reasonably-priced computerized examination delivery services to credentialing bodies, and the candidates which they examine, at available secure and monitored locations around the world.”
Register for an exam here.
Iso-Quality Testing provides such exams as:
Mountwest is a Kryterion Global Testing Solutions Testing Center. If you need to take an exam through the Kryterion Testing Network (KTN), we will be happy to assist you.
For more information or to schedule an exam, visit https://www.kryteriononline.com/
Taking a certification exam can often be an exciting and yet anxious experience. At a Kryterion Testing Center, we want you to feel relaxed and as comfortable as possible. Below is an overview of what to expect as you advance through this process:
Once your registration and scheduling is complete, you will receive an email confirming your scheduled test event including your Test Taker Authorization Code. If you need to make any changes to your scheduled test event, you should contact your Test Sponsor.
When you arrive at the Testing Center for your test event, you are required to present to proctor your Test Taker Authorization Code you received in your registration confirmation email.
You are required to bring two forms of identification with you to the Testing Center, which the proctor verifies and records. The proctor will provide you a document to read in the waiting area while the proctor loads your exam on the workstation in the testing room. This document prepares you for your test session.
You will be asked to place all of your personal items, except your identification, in a locking file cabinet or compartment. Personal belongings includes bags, purses, keys, wallets, hats, briefcases, books, cell phones, calculators, portable electronic devices, watches and any type of firearms. We recommend leaving any item not needed for testing at home.
Once your test has loaded, the proctor will escort you to the workstation in the testing room and you may then begin your test. The test engine provides you with detailed instructions on how to take the exam and walks you through each step of the process.
When finished, you are prompted to notify the proctor that you have completed the test. The proctor will then complete check-out process.
Each Test Sponsor determines when and how their Test Takers will receive their test results. Some Test Takers receive their results immediately after they submit the exam while at your testing center, others may receive their results via email or postal mail. Results will not be printed out by the Testing Center.
You will need to navigate to the URL Corresponding to your test sponsor. If you have questions regarding the process, you may contact the Kryterion Testing Network (KTN) Team. They are available Monday through Friday from 7:00 am to 4:00 pm (PDT) and can be reached by phone at 1-800-403-6199 (U.S.) / +001-602-281-3591 (International) or by email at email@example.com.
Yes, simply contact your Test Sponsor to make new arrangements. A rescheduling fee may apply.
Test Takers are required to present two forms of identification; one must be a government issued photo ID from the Primary Identification list below. All forms of ID must be valid and not expired.
All personal belongings, except your identification, will be stored and not accessible during the test session.
Tobacco products, food, drink, and chewing gum are not allowed in the testing area.
The Kryterion Testing Network is required to abide by federal and local laws that require reasonable accommodations for an individual with a disability in job-related test situations (i.e. The American Disabilities Act). If you have a special need, please contact your Test Sponsor. You may be required to submit a form that identifies your limitations and the supportive resource you are requesting.
The Test Sponsor determines when the score report is available to the Test Taker. No printed results will be provided by the Testing Center.
Pearson VUE delivers over 15 million high-stakes exams a year for clients in the licensure, certification, academic admissions, regulatory and government testing service markets. It boasts the world’s leading test center network, with over 5,000 testing centers, 230 of which are fully owned and operated Pearson Professional Centers. These centers utilize a patent-winning design, which was created specifically for high-stakes testing and offers a carefully controlled, consistent testing environment.
We offer a wide variety of licensure/certification exams through Pearson Vue.
To schedule a test appointment through Pearson VUE, select your testing program from the Pearson VUE test taker services portion of the website. Once you have chosen your testing program you will be presented with a variety of ways to schedule your exam that are applicable to that testing program.
Schedule an exam by phone at (877) 234-6082.
Sample exams include:
Mountwest is an authorized PSI test center.
PSI offers a wide variety of exams from numerous organizations and companies worldwide.
To schedule a test appointment through PSI, select your testing program from the PSI Test Taker portion of the website. Once you have chosen your testing program you will be presented with a variety of ways to schedule your exam that are applicable to that testing program.
Sample exams include:
Mountwest is an authorized PSI Talogy testing center.
Developed through years of experience in high-stakes employment testing, PSI Talogy, formerly PSI True Talent™, is the industry’s most proven and flexible talent measurement and testing platform. It’s the platform of choice for SHRM’s Talent Assessment Center, the TSA, Fortune 500 companies, and thousands of organizations worldwide that require modern testing capabilities, a secure platform, and outstanding support. The library of their assessments gives one-click access to premier tools for improving hiring, retention, employee development, and leadership outcomes.
A proctored exam means that you must come to a physical location and take the test while being supervised by a proctor, someone who works with your online instructor and ensures that the right person takes the exam following the rules set by the instructor. Different instructors have different rules. You can expect that there will be a time limit to complete the exam. You may or may not have access to paper, books, and calculators. You will not be able to use your cellphone during the exam. Children, friends, and family will not be allowed in the proctoring area with you. You will need to bring a valid photo ID.
To schedule a proctored exam, please contact the Testing Center at firstname.lastname@example.org or 304-710-3395.
There will be a $30.00 (non-refundable) charge for non-MCTC students to have their test proctored.
All fees must be paid prior to having the exam proctored. Please visit the Cashier’s Office to pay for your proctored exam and present the receipt to the proctor on the day of your exam.
If you are responsible for your own proctoring fee, payments for testing must be made on or before the day of testing.
Please visit the cashier window on campus and let them know you are paying for a proctored exam.
If your college, employer or another organization plans to pay for your testing fee, there are two options available to you:
If neither of these options work for you, feel free to contact the Testing Center for other options.
We return tests by secured email, mail or fax. If mailing is required, postage must be paid by the tester or the institution requiring the proctored exam.