Tests Offered by The Testing Centers


All Testing Centers are closed.

Testing Centers are now administering course work exams and placement tests, though procedures have changed.

NPOST Candidate Score Reports will not be sent by mail during the closure. Please email kaitlynncrane@weber.edu for Score Reports.

Last updated: May 1 @ 8 p.m.

    ACCUPLACER is a placement test that consists of Math, Reading Comprehension, and Sentence Skills.
  • Distance ACCUPLACER Requests
    You must be far enough away from Weber State University to qualify for the Distance ACCUPLACER.
  • ACT
    ACT, American College Test, is an optional test for entrance into WSU.
  • ALEKS Math PPL
    ALEKS (Assessment and Learning in Knowledge Spaces) is an online math learning system that uses adaptive questioning to quickly and accurately provide you with a comprehensive overview of your strengths and weaknesses.
  • Castle Exams
    Castle is a third party company that allows organizations to use the Castle interface to deliver exams. 
  • ChiTester
    Testing for classes at WSU.
  • CLEP
    CLEP, the College-Level Examination Program, gives students the opportunity to receive college credit by earning qualifying scores on any one or more of 33 examinations. 
  • dsst
    This nationally recognized program helps you accelerate your degree by receiving college credits for learning acquired outside the traditional classroom through a suite of 38 exams in college subject areas such as Social Sciences, Math, Applied Technology, Business, Physical Sciences and Humanities.
  • GED
    The GED® test is the only high school equivalency program recognized by all 50 U.S. states.
  • Kryterion Exams
    Kryterion is a third party company that allows organizations to use the Kryterion interface to deliver exams. 
  • Long Distance Testing
    Take a test from another university or a WSU exam from a different location.
  • LSAT
    The Law School Admission Test is a half-day standardized test required for admission to all LSAC-member law schools. It consists of five 35-minute sections of multiple-choice questions.
  • MAT
    The Miller Analogy Test is a computer-based test and is sometimes used as part of the graduate school admission process.
  • MPRE
    The Multistate Professional Responsibility Examination is a 120-minute, 60-question, multiple-choice examination designed to measure the knowledge and understanding of established standards related to a lawyer's professional conduct.
  • Pearson Vue Exams
    Pearson Vue is a third party company that allows organizations to use the Pearson Vue interface to deliver exams. 
  • POST
    POST, the Police Officer Selection Test, is used by the Weber State Police Academy and other police officer training programs in Utah as a selection criterion for entrance into their programs of study. 
  • SAT
    SAT I and SAT II Tests are entrance exams that are used at many colleges and universities.