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Montana State University Testing Services provides a wide range of academic and professional exams to students and the public. Our certified testing staff is committed to providing professional support to help meet the educational goals of students and clients who test with us. We constantly strive to maintain compliance with institutional, state, and federal regulations regarding testing protocol, while protecting client confidentiality and information integrity.

We have moved from 243 Reid Hall to 19 Renne Library, and will be running all testing services from 19 Renne Library from Spring semester 2016 forward.

At our new location in 19 Renne Library, we offer 38 testing stations to accommodate a large number of clients. All testing is by appointment only.

MSU Testing Services in 19 Renne Library is open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday to Friday, Tuesday and Thursday evenings until 8pm, as well as some select Saturdays (determined by ETS approved exam dates). Tests administered include major ETS, Pearson Vue, and College Board exams such as: Compass, ACT, CLEP, GRE, MCAT, Praxis I and II, TOEFL, NCEES, LSAT, and Miller Analogies. We also offer distance learning and MSU makeup exams, among others.

Academic testing for MSU students needing accommodations is also offered. (Contact Disability, Reentry & Veterans Office [DRV, SUB 180] about accommodation requirements.)

Please call MSU Testing Services at 406-994-6984 for more information.

MSU Testing Services is managed by the MSU Office of the Provost.

How to Sign Up for an Exam at MSU:

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To make an appointment for all other exams, please call 406-994-6984.

Identification: Each exam has its own specific ID requirements. These requirements can be found on the website where you registered for your exam. Please call our office if you need further guidance as to what forms of ID are acceptable.

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