The Technical Skills Assessment (TSA) exam is a state requirement for all Perkins Career and Technical programs. Therefore, all students receiving an AA Business Administration or AAS in Accounting, or Management at Crowder College are required to take the TSA exam.
Students currently enrolled in Principles of Accounting II (ACCT 202) will be required to take the TSA as part of the course requirements. If you have previously taken ACCT 202 and did not complete the TSA, you will not be required to do so before graduating.
Examinees must bring to the testing center one current identification card printed in English bearing your photograph and
All cell phones and electronic items must be turned
Cell phones, IDs, and locker keys will be left with the test
All other personal items are to be locked in a locker provided by the testing
Backpacks, bags, purses, wallets,
Calculators, music devices, laptops, cameras, health/fitness trackers, or any electronic items.
Outerwear such as coats, sweaters, jackets, scarves, gloves, hats,
Hoodies or any clothing with a
Watches, noisy jewelry,
Food or drinks must be left in the proctor’s office and are not allowed into the testing
Students will not be allowed to take any personal belongings into the testing
Earplugs, pencils, and erasers are provided and are available in the testing
The test proctor will provide scratch
No talking is allowed in the testing
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 Crowder College Academic Affairs office and
Any scratch paper(s) used during the exam will be collected by test proctors for shredding. All testing materials are the property of NOCTI; therefore, students are not allowed to copy or take any portion of the placement test outside the testing