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  • 02SeptGraduate Student Foreign Language Exam (GSFLE) Group TestingClock 10:00 am — 11:00 amMap MarkerWendell W. Wright Education Building, School of Education, Rm 1210
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    Graduate Student Foreign Language Exam (GSFLE) Group Testing

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    Fri  10:00 am — 11:00 am

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    Wendell W. Wright Education Building, School of Education, Rm 1210

  • 02SeptGraduate Student Foreign Language Exam (GSFLE) Group TestingClock 1:30 pm — 2:30 pmMap MarkerWendell W. Wright Education Building, School of Education, Rm 1210
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    Graduate Student Foreign Language Exam (GSFLE) Group Testing

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    Fri  1:30 pm — 2:30 pm

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    Wendell W. Wright Education Building, School of Education, Rm 1210

  • 10SeptACTClock 8:00 am — 1:30 pmMap MarkerBallantine Hall, 1st Floor Lobby
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    The ACT is a national postsecondary undergraduate admissions examination that consists of subject area tests in English, Mathematics, Reading, and Science. It is offered in a paper-based format on six national test dates. See http://www.act.org to obtain more information and register.

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    Sat  8:00 am — 1:30 pm

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    Ballantine Hall, 1st Floor Lobby

  • 17SeptGRE Subject TestsClock 8:30 am — 12:00 pmMap MarkerBallantine Hall, 1st Floor Lobby
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    The GRE Subject Tests are intended for students who have an undergraduate major and/or extensive backgrounds in seven disciplines (Biochemistry and Cell and Molecular Biology, Biology, Chemistry, Literature in English, Mathematics, Physics, and Psychology) and who are applying for graduate-level study in these disciplines. Not all graduate programs in these disciples require applicants to take these exams. The exams are paper-based and are offered on three test dates throughout the year. See www.ets.org/gre to obtain more information and register.

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    Sat  8:30 am — 12:00 pm

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    Ballantine Hall, 1st Floor Lobby

  • 24SeptLSAT (Law School Admissions Test)Clock 8:30 am — 1:30 pmMap MarkerBallantine Hall, 1st Floor Lobby
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    The Law School Admission Test (LSAT) is a national paper-based exam used for Law School admissions that includes reading comprehension, analytical reasoning, logical reasoning, and essay sections. It is offered on four national test dates during the year. See http://www.lsac.org to obtain more information and register.

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    Sat  8:30 am — 1:30 pm

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    Ballantine Hall, 1st Floor Lobby

  • 01OctSAT and SAT Subject TestsClock 8:00 am — 1:15 pmMap MarkerBallantine Hall, 1st Floor Lobby
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    The SAT is a national postsecondary undergraduate admissions examination that consists of evidence-based reading and writing/ language arts and mathematics sections. An essay section is optional. The SAT is offered in a paper-and-pencil format on seven national test dates during the year. Similarly, the SAT Subject Tests consists of assessment in five general subject areas (English, history, langauges, mathematics, and science) and may be required for admission by some by not all undergraduate institutions. These are also paper-and-pencil exams and are offered on six national test dates. Some SAT Subject Exams may be offered less frequently. See https://collegereadiness.collegeboard.org/sat to obtain more information and register.

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    Sat  8:00 am — 1:15 pm

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    Ballantine Hall, 1st Floor Lobby

  • 15OctCHES (Certified Health Education Specialist Exam) and MCHES (Master Certified Health Education Specialist Exam)Clock 8:15 am — 11:30 amMap Marker445 North Union Street, Union Street Residence Center, Cedar Hall, Room C114
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    The Certified Health Education Specialist (CHES) Examination and the Master Certified Health Education Specialist (MCHES) Examination are national paper-based certification exams that may be required for professional certification as health education/health behavior specialists. The exams are offered twice per year. See http://www.nchec.org to obtain more information and register.

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    Sat  8:15 am — 11:30 am

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    445 North Union Street, Union Street Residence Center, Cedar Hall, Room C114

  • 15OctNCE (National Counselor Exam)Clock 9:00 am — 1:30 pmMap MarkerWendell W. Wright Education Building, School of Education, Rm 2101
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    The National Counselor Examination for Licensure and Certification (NCE) is a paper-based exam which assesses knowledge, skills, and abilities determined to be important for providing effective counseling services. The NCE is a requirement for counselor licensure in many states and for the National Certified Counselor (NCC) certification. It is offered twice per year. See http://www.nbcc.org/Exam/NationalCounselorExaminationForLicensureAndCertification/ to obtain more information and register.

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    Sat  9:00 am — 1:30 pm

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    Wendell W. Wright Education Building, School of Education, Rm 2101

  • 22OctACTClock 8:00 am — 1:30 pmMap MarkerBallantine Hall, 1st Floor Lobby
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    The ACT is a national postsecondary undergraduate admissions examination that consists of subject area tests in English, Mathematics, Reading, and Science. It is offered in a paper-based format on six national test dates. See http://www.act.org to obtain more information and register.

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    Sat  8:00 am — 1:30 pm

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    Ballantine Hall, 1st Floor Lobby

  • 29OctGRE Subject TestsClock 8:30 am — 12:00 pmMap MarkerBallantine Hall, 1st Floor Lobby
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    The GRE Subject Tests are intended for students who have an undergraduate major and/or extensive backgrounds in seven disciplines (Biochemistry and Cell and Molecular Biology, Biology, Chemistry, Literature in English, Mathematics, Physics, and Psychology) and who are applying for graduate-level study in these disciplines. Not all graduate programs in these disciples require applicants to take these exams. The exams are paper-based and are offered on three test dates throughout the year. See www.ets.org/gre to obtain more information and register.

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    Sat  8:30 am — 12:00 pm

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    Ballantine Hall, 1st Floor Lobby

  • 05NovSAT and SAT Subject TestsClock 8:00 am — 1:15 pmMap MarkerBallantine Hall, 1st Floor Lobby
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    The SAT is a national postsecondary undergraduate admissions examination that consists of evidence-based reading and writing/ language arts and mathematics sections. An essay section is optional. The SAT is offered in a paper-and-pencil format on seven national test dates during the year. Similarly, the SAT Subject Tests consists of assessment in five general subject areas (English, history, langauges, mathematics, and science) and may be required for admission by some by not all undergraduate institutions. These are also paper-and-pencil exams and are offered on six national test dates. Some SAT Subject Exams may be offered less frequently. See https://collegereadiness.collegeboard.org/sat to obtain more information and register.

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    Sat  8:00 am — 1:15 pm

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    Ballantine Hall, 1st Floor Lobby

  • 05NovMPRE (Multistate Professional Responsibility Exam)Clock 8:30 am — 11:30 amMap MarkerMaurer School of Law, Baier Hall, 1st Floor Lobby
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    The Multistate Professional Responsibility Examination (MPRE) is a national paper-based ethics exam that is currently required for admission to the bars of all but three U.S. jurisdictions. It is offered on four national test dates each year. Because MPRE requirements vary from one jurisdiction to another, examinees are advised to check with the bar admission agency in the jurisdiction to which they seek admission before registering for the MPRE. See http://www.ncbex.org/exams/mpre/ to obtain more information and register.

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    Sat  8:30 am — 11:30 am

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    Maurer School of Law, Baier Hall, 1st Floor Lobby

  • 03DecSAT and SAT Subject TestsClock 8:00 am — 1:15 pmMap MarkerBallantine Hall, 1st Floor Lobby
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    The SAT is a national postsecondary undergraduate admissions examination that consists of evidence-based reading and writing/ language arts and mathematics sections. An essay section is optional. The SAT is offered in a paper-and-pencil format on seven national test dates during the year. Similarly, the SAT Subject Tests consists of assessment in five general subject areas (English, history, langauges, mathematics, and science) and may be required for admission by some by not all undergraduate institutions. These are also paper-and-pencil exams and are offered on six national test dates. Some SAT Subject Exams may be offered less frequently. See https://collegereadiness.collegeboard.org/sat to obtain more information and register.

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    Sat  8:00 am — 1:15 pm

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    Ballantine Hall, 1st Floor Lobby

  • 03DecLSAT (Law School Admissions Test)Clock 8:30 am — 1:30 pmMap MarkerBallantine Hall, 1st Floor Lobby
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    The Law School Admission Test (LSAT) is a national paper-based exam used for Law School admissions that includes reading comprehension, analytical reasoning, logical reasoning, and essay sections. It is offered on four national test dates during the year. See http://www.lsac.org to obtain more information and register.

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    Sat  8:30 am — 1:30 pm

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    Ballantine Hall, 1st Floor Lobby

  • 03DecATI TEAS (Test of Essential Academic Skills)Clock 9:00 am — 1:00 pmMap MarkerBallantine Hall, Room 308
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    Assessment Technology Institute’s (ATI) Test of Essential Academic Skills (TEAS) is a computer-based multiple choice assessment that measures basic academic preparedness in reading, math, science, English, and language usage for applicants to certain undergraduate nursing programs, including the BSN programs at the Indiana University School of Nursing. It is offered on selected test dates in the fall and spring. See http://www.atitesting.com to obtain more information and register.

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    Sat  9:00 am — 1:00 pm

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    Ballantine Hall, Room 308

  • 09DecGraduate Student Foreign Language Exam (GSFLE) Group TestingClock 10:00 am — 11:00 amMap MarkerWendell W. Wright Education Building, School of Education, Rm 1210
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    Graduate Student Foreign Language Exam (GSFLE) Group Testing

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    Fri  10:00 am — 11:00 am

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    Wendell W. Wright Education Building, School of Education, Rm 1210

  • 09DecATI TEAS (Test of Essential Academic Skills)Clock 1:00 pm — 5:00 pmMap MarkerKelley School of Business, Hodge Hall, Room 1049
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    Assessment Technology Institute’s (ATI) Test of Essential Academic Skills (TEAS) is a computer-based multiple choice assessment that measures basic academic preparedness in reading, math, science, English, and language usage for applicants to certain undergraduate nursing programs, including the BSN programs at the Indiana University School of Nursing. It is offered on selected test dates in the fall and spring. See http://www.atitesting.com to obtain more information and register.

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    Fri  1:00 pm — 5:00 pm

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    Kelley School of Business, Hodge Hall, Room 1049

  • 09DecGraduate Student Foreign Language Exam (GSFLE) Group TestingClock 1:30 pm — 2:30 pmMap MarkerWendell W. Wright Education Building, School of Education, Rm 1210
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    Graduate Student Foreign Language Exam (GSFLE) Group Testing

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    Fri  1:30 pm — 2:30 pm

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    Wendell W. Wright Education Building, School of Education, Rm 1210

  • 10DecACTClock 8:00 am — 1:30 pmMap MarkerBallantine Hall, 1st Floor Lobby
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    The ACT is a national postsecondary undergraduate admissions examination that consists of subject area tests in English, Mathematics, Reading, and Science. It is offered in a paper-based format on six national test dates. See http://www.act.org to obtain more information and register.

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    Sat  8:00 am — 1:30 pm

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    Ballantine Hall, 1st Floor Lobby

  • 10DecATI TEAS (Test of Essential Academic Skills)Clock 9:00 am — 1:00 pmMap MarkerBallantine Hall, Room 308
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    Assessment Technology Institute’s (ATI) Test of Essential Academic Skills (TEAS) is a computer-based multiple choice assessment that measures basic academic preparedness in reading, math, science, English, and language usage for applicants to certain undergraduate nursing programs, including the BSN programs at the Indiana University School of Nursing. It is offered on selected test dates in the fall and spring. See http://www.atitesting.com to obtain more information and register.

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    Sat  9:00 am — 1:00 pm

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    Ballantine Hall, Room 308

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