Here's where you can find information on the tests that MAC offers. If you would like additional information, contact Tippi Seals at 573-518-2202 or Mark Easter at 573-518-2211.

FALL 2019

IMPORTANT GRADUATION INFORMATION

Dear Graduate:

With the filing of your application for graduation, you have taken another step towards the completion of the process. Deans Julie Sheets, Diana Stuart and Roger McMillian join us in requesting that you attend a Graduation Seminar (see the schedule below).     

At these sessions we will discuss the graduation process, commencement, transcripts request, exit interviews for Financial Aid recipients and Career and Technical Graduates, and the exit exam. 

All degree seeking graduates are required to take the Exit Exam. Only the Dean of your Division (Arts & Science or Career and Technical) can waive this requirement. If you previously have taken the PPE Exit Exam and scored at or above the National Average (438 or higher on the multiple choice test or a 3 or higher on the essay test) on one or both parts of the exit exam, or scored a 4 on all parts of the Workkeys Exit Exam, you may be excused from re-testing. To do so you must submit an Exit Exam Waiver Form (available on My MAC Testing page or in the Assessment Office); if you fail to complete and submit this form you will be required to retake the current exit exam. The schedule for testing is listed below. All tests will be given in room AS115. More information regarding this test will be given at the Graduation Seminars; sample test items are available on the My MAC Testing page or by clicking the links below. 

You should sign up for your choice of seminar dates in Student Services or by contacting Tippi Seals at 573-518-2202. After you have attended the Graduation Seminar or viewed the seminar online here (AVAILABLE AFTER THE FINAL IN-PERSON SEMINAR), you may register for the exit exam.  You may do this at the seminar, in the Student Services Office or by clicking on schedule your exit exam. (AVAILABLE AFTER THE FINAL IN-PERSON SEMINAR)

Career and Technical degree candidates are required to complete the Graduation Interview Survey in the Career Services Office AS 117 or electronically under quick links on the MyMAC home page.  

 

IMPORTANT LINKS:

Arts & Science Exit Exam Sample Questions

 

Career & Tech WorkKeys Exit Exam Applied Math Sample Questions

Career & Tech WorkKeys Exit Exam Workplace Documents Sample Questions

Career & Tech WorkKeys Exit Exam Graphic Literacy Sample Questions

 

Exit Exam Test Waiver Form

 

FALL 2019 SEMINAR DATES:

(All take place in Rice Lecture Hall A, A&S building)  

DAY/DATE

TIME

Tuesday, October 22, 2019

12:30 p.m.

Tuesday, October 22, 2019
5:30 p.m.
 
 

 

FALL 2019 EXIT EXAM DATES:

(All tests will be given in AS 115, A&S building)
 
DATE DAY 9AM 1PM 3PM
10/30/2019 WED A&S A&S --
10/31/2019 THUR C&T -- C&T
11/4/2019 MON C&T C&T --
11/5/2019 TUES A&S A&S
--
11/13/2019 WED C&T -- --
11/14/2019 THUR A&S A&S (12:00) A&S
         
         
         

   

 

 

A&S = AA, AAT AND AGS DEGREE GRADS      
C&T = AS, AAS, AND CERTIFICATE GRADS
 

Perryville Higher Ed., Exit Exam schedule:
 
Wednesday, October 23 - C&T
Wednesday, October 30 - A&S
 
Please contact Brandy Behrle at 573-547-4143 to reserve your seat.

  

 

The preferred test for placement at Mineral Area College is the ACT exam, which is administered at area high schools six times a year. MAC does not administer the ACT. You must apply to take the test with ACT and send payment directly to ACT prior to testing.

https://www.act.org/content/act/en/products-and-services/the-act/registration.html

You must arrive at least a half-hour prior to the start of the test and bring your ACT exam ticket, which will be sent to you by ACT prior to the test date. This ticket will have your room assignment information along with other important info. In addition, a picture ID is required. You will not be allowed to  test if you do not have your ID.

If you need other information about the ACT exam, please contact Tippi Seals at 573-518-2202 or Mark Easter at 573-518-2211.

The preferred test for placement at Mineral Area College is the ACT Exam, which is administered in September, October, December, February, April and June      of each year (see above for more details). However, MAC also offers the Accuplacer examination for those students unable to complete the ACT prior to registration.

The Accuplacer Next Generation test is an untimed examination taken on computer in MAC’s Assessment Center (Room AS 115), as well as other satellite locations. You do not need computer skills to take the test; it is extremely user-friendly and is less stressful than traditional paper and pencil tests. The Accuplacer is designed to measure current skills in writing, reading and math; the results are used to select appropriate levels of the English and math courses you will take, as well as whether the reading requirement prerequisites are satisfied for a variety of MAC courses.

If you are unsatisfied with the results of your test and would like to retake the Accuplacer, you are welcome to take the test as many times as you wish in    one or all of the three subject areas. However, we do suggest reviewing study materials for the subject area you are retaking prior to rescheduling.

The fee for the Accuplacer is $20 for all three test subject areas, $15 for two test subject areas, or $10 for one test subject area. You should arrive at least   ten minutes prior to the start of the test and bring a picture ID (REQUIRED) along with the testing fee, which can be paid by cash or check, or credit card in our business office or if you schedule the test online. Please note if you use the online scheduler, you are not required to pay via credit card at the time of scheduling; you may bring in payment when you arrive for testing.

The placement scores are listed on the main MyMAC Testing page under "Course Placement Scores".

For additional information about the Accuplacer test, please click this link:

https://accuplacer.collegeboard.org/educator/next-generation

 

Mineral Area College Accuplacer Testing Schedule 
     

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Monday

 

Tuesday

 

Wednesday

 

Thursday

 

Friday

 

8:30 A.M.

 

8:30 A.M.

 

8:30 A.M.

 

8:30 A.M.

 

8:30 A.M.

 

NONE

 

12:30 P.M.

 

12:30 P.M.

 

NONE

 

12:30 P.M.

 

                 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

(Summer hours: 8:30 A.M. and 12:00 P.M.)
 
TO SCHEDULE THE ACCUPLACER AT AN OUTREACH CENTER:

Perryville Outreach Center: Call 573-547-4143

Fredericktown Outreach Center: Call 573-783-7932

or stop by either location to schedule testing time

 
 
For Accuplacer test preparation, please click the following link (registration required): 
 

If you would like to see sample test questions, please click the following link:

Accuplacer Next Generation Sample Questions

 

If you would like to see a sample Writeplacer essay, please click the following link:

Accuplacer Writeplacer sample

 

For more practice regarding math problems, please click on the following links:

 
 
 
To register for the Accuplacer, select one of the links below:            
Accuplacer 2-Subject Area Test Registration Form
Accuplacer Single Subject Test Registration Form

If you still have questions regarding the Accuplacer test, please contact Tippi Seals at 573-518-2202 or Mark Easter at 573-518-2211.
  

NOTE: The previous placement test used by MAC was the COMPASS assessment test. COMPASS was discontinued in November 2016, but any results from this test prior to that date will be allowed for placement until December 31, 2018.

Click on the link to request an Assessment Transcript.
 
 

Graduation Information

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Course Placement Scores

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CLEP information

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To schedule the High School Equivalency Test at MAC, you must first register with ETS (Educational Testing Service). The exam consists of five sub-tests. The cost for each sub-test is $17.75 ($10.75 for sub-test plus $7 to cover the cost of administering sub-test at a testing center). There is also a $10 state fee payable once every 12 months. The total cost for all five tests will be $98.75. Because the exam is given in sections, you will not have to complete the entire test at one time. If you do not pass the test the first time, you can retake the entire test or any of the test sections two more times within the 12-month period after paying an additional $7 per sub-test fee. You can create an account and register for testing at https://hse.mo.gov.

 

2019 Test Dates:

October 1 & 3 @ 4:00 pm

 
For a video review of topics covered on the HiSET test, please click here.
 
To find an Adult Education Program near you to help prepare for the HiSET, please click here.
 
If you need other information about the HiSET test, please contact Tippi Seals at 573-518-2202 or Mark Easter at 573-518-2211.
 

 

The Missouri General Education Assessment requires students to demonstrate basic general education competencies prior to being formally admitted to an educator preparation program. 

Register for testing at www.Mo.nesinc.com .   All tests will be given in the Arts and Sciences building room 115.

 

September/October 2019 Test Dates
Exams begin at 8:30 am
 
Friday, September 20
Tuesday, September 24
Thursday, September 26
Wednesday, October 2
Friday, October 4
Tuesday, October 8
Wednesday, October 9
Tuesday, October 15
Wednesday, October 16
Tuesday, October 22
Wednesday, October 23
Friday, October 25
Tuesday, October 29
Friday, November 1
 
 
 
MoGEA Score Report Dates
Test Dates Score Report Date
August 26 - September 22 October 4, 2019
September 23 - October 20 November 1, 2019
 
If you need other information about the MoGEA, please contact Tippi Seals at 573-518-2202 or Mark Easter at 573-518-2211.