Proctored exams can be taken one of three ways.
- On UWGB Campus: Call Adult Degree at 920.465.2423 or email email@example.com to set up a time to take the exam in the Library (hours vary during the year, but the library has alternative hours).
- Off campus, all proctors should be set up before you schedule your exam. Contact one of our approved proctors at the Bordini Center with Rob Tracy or at Northcentral Technical College with Justin Maki.
- Establish an approved proctor in your area. Here are the guidelines for approved proctors:
- View the proctor guidelines form.
- Suitable proctors include teachers, educational officials, ministers, librarians, counselors or supervisors. Inappropriate proctors are family members, friends, peers, subordinates or other Adult Degree students.
- The student is responsible for contacting a potential proctor and returning the proctor form to the Adult Degree Office for approval.
- One (1) week before you are ready to take an exam, request the exam from the adult degree office at firstname.lastname@example.org or 920.465.2423, the exam will be sent directly to your proctor.
Any questions regarding exams should be directed to Adult Degree at 920.465.2423 or email@example.com.
To schedule your placement tests, please contact Pam Gilson at 920.465.2221 or firstname.lastname@example.org.The Wisconsin Placement Tests are used to place students into the appropriate Math and English courses. A Foreign Language Test is also available if students ever wish to take that. While all other UW-Green Bay students are placed into English courses based on their English ACT score, Adult Degree students with no ACT scores will take the English Placement Test.
Students are offered one retest for the Math Test and the retest booklet must be used. There must be a two week waiting period. There is no retest available for the English Test.
The Math Test consists of 85 multiple choice questions to be answered in 90 minutes. The English test consists of 108 multiple choice questions to be answered in 90 minutes. Study guides are available.
Math Placement study materials. There are several math study guides students can use to prepare to take the math placement test. These are available on the 3rd floor of the Cofrin Library Public Service Desk. Materials can be checked out for three days.