Green Light Paramedic/EMT Readiness Testing
The date and time you would like to test is guaranteed by an appointment only.
The Testing Center is open normal working days, Monday through Friday. We are located at the Neosho campus on the third floor of McDonald Hall, room 318.
Before Coming to Test
- Inform your instructor or Program Director of the date and time that you will be testing. During the Spring and Fall semester contact your instructor. During the Summer semester email the Program Director, Kristin Spencer, at email@example.com
- Know your personal Fisdap password. You will be required to log onto the Fisdap website with your personal login and password.
- Know how to get to the readiness exam on the Fisdap website.
- This exam has a time limit of 3 hours and 10 minutes.
- Students MUST present a current Crowder College ID or driver’s license for identification.
- All cell phones and electronic items must be turned off.
- Cell phones, ID’s and locker keys are to be left with the test proctor.
- All other personal items are to be locked into a locker provided by the testing center.
- Backpacks, bags, purses, wallets, etc.
- Cell phones, music devices, laptops, cameras, or any type of electronic items.
- Outerwear such as coats, sweaters, jackets, scarves, gloves, hats, etc.
- Hoodies or any clothing with a hood.
- Watches, noisy jewelry, etc.
- Food or drinks must be left in the proctor’s office and are not allowed into the testing room.
- Students will not be allowed to take anything to the testing room except for items permitted by your instructor’s written instructions to the test proctor. These items will be inspected by the test proctor.
- Ear plugs, pencils, and erasers are provided and these are available in the testing room.
- Scratch paper will be provided by the test proctor.
- No talking is allowed in the testing room. Students who are observed talking during a test, the test will be stopped, removed, and returned to the instructor.
- Students will lose their testing privileges in the Testing Center if they are found cheating on a test and the incident will be reported to the student’s instructor, Academic Affairs Office, and the Vice President of Student Affairs. Students may be subjected to further disciplinary action as outlined in the Student Handbook, 6.00 Standard of Student Conduct.
- All written and scratch work done during testing must be returned to the test proctor.
- If you are unable to see your score, after completing your exam, you will need to contact your instructor. The test proctor does not have access to your scores.
New registration coming soon on Monday, August 28, 2017.
If you have any questions contact the Testing Center at 417-455-5433 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.