Day of Examination Important Information
In case of increment weather or hazardous driving conditions, please
or call 203-837-9377. If WCSU is closed, the test date will be
rescheduled to a later date in which you will be advised via email on
the next business day.
ARE ADMINISTERED AT:
Western Connecticut State University (Westside Campus)
Campus Center Computer Center 3rd Floor
43.5 Lake Avenue Extension
Danbury, CT 06810
You may park on
the main road
across from the
Campus Center or
in front of the
ARRIVE ON TIME.
to arrive in advance of your exam appointment time. You will not
be admitted after the testing session has begun.
BRING IDENTIFICATION (ID).
Bring two forms of identification; at least one must be a
government-issued photo ID.
Acceptable and valid forms of identifications:
Passport , Naturalization card or
Certificate of Citizenship
Military ID, State or Federal ID
Credit Card with Photo
Student or School Photo ID
- State-issued Driver’s
license or State-issued ID card
CLEP DANTES or GI Bill funded U.S. Armed
Forces /Military candidates must present a current military ID.
WCSU Testing Center
registration fees are prepaid except for proctoring services and
as communicated via e-mail or verbally.
College Level Exam Program (CLEP)
No payment due at check-in however candidates
are required to
create an account and pay the examination fee via College Board
(CLEP) on-line portal prior to the confirmed test date.
To create an account with College Board
(refer to Step 3).
you make your payment, you must print your CLEP payment voucher
to present at check-in; without this voucher you will
NOT be allowed to
take the exam.
Miller Analogies Test (MAT)
No payment due. Candidates submit payment with registration.
Proctoring Service / Distance Learning
Proctor fees are due on the day of the exam.
Payable in cash only; refer to fees.
Pencil and scratch paper will be provided by the test
No prohibited Items allowed; refer to list below
Exam rest breaks are not scheduled
Please be considerate and do not talk while waiting to be
brought into the Center will be asked to be removed or left
outside of room. Testing Center personnel are not responsible
for candidate’s personal belongings.
Calculators (a calculator function is built into
the software for some exams)
All Electronics. E.g. cellular
phones/pagers, smart phones, flash/thumb drives,
tablets, any type of wireless communication
Any kind of photographic or copying device
Listening devices. E.g. radios, media players
with headphones or recorders
Dictionaries, books, pamphlets or reference
Papers of any kind (scratch paper will be
Mechanical pencils or any type of pen or
Slide rules, protractors, compasses or rulers
Food, beverages or tobacco products
Sunglasses, hats or hoodies (unless worn as a
Weapons or firearms
Any other unauthorized
items as noted by Center at check-in