Other Testing Programs
The ACT Assessment is administered by the American College Testing (ACT) Program and is required for admission into many colleges and universities. Temple is a test center for the ACT and offers the test several times a year. Click on ACT to link to the national ACT website for students.
The SAT is administered by ETS and is required for admission into many colleges and universities. Temple is a test center for the SAT and offers the test several times a year. Click on SAT to link to the national SAT (College Board) website for students.
Accreditation and Certification Exams
Temple is a test center for various state and federal accreditation and certification exams. The registration for these exams is handled through the testing agency. Contact MARC at 215.204.8611 with questions concerning accreditation and certification exams.
Distance Learning/Proctored Exams
Temple will proctor Distance Learning exams Monday - Friday (beginning as early as 8:30am and ending by 4:30pm).
All Distance Learning/Proctored Exam testing is by appointment only. To schedule an appointment, call 215.204.8611, Monday-Friday, between 8:30 am and 5:00 pm, at least two (2) weeks in advance. Temple will provide specific information and instructions. The exam date/time may be requested by you and/or your institution. However, the requested date/time must be confirmed by Temple.
FEE: $50.00 per session (up to 4 hours per session). The proctoring fee is paid at the time of the exam via check or money order made payable to Temple University.
NOTE: We are a participant in the Consortium of College Testing Centers (CCTC). Click on the below image for details.
Temple administered the ETS Proficiency Profile (EPP, formerly MAPP) to a selection of freshmen and seniors during the 2010-2011 academic year, in order to evaluate student abilities in critical thinking, analytical reasoning, and written communication. Emails were sent to 4,124 eligible freshmen, inviting them to take the forty minute computer-based test under proctored conditions at Temple's Measurement and Research Center testing lab. Two hundred freshmen were tested in September and October of 2010. In February 2011, Temple sent an email invitation to take the EPP to 2,537 graduating seniors. (Transfer students were not eligible to participate.) Two hundred eligible seniors were tested in February and March of 2011.