Welcome to the local testing guidelines page. If your instructor has registered their course to use DELTA Testing Services, this page will provide information on how to make an appointment and what to expect on test day.
- All appointments must be made 24 hours before arriving to the testing center.
- No walk-in testing permitted.
- Students should arrive 15 minutes before their appointment for early check-in. To check-in:
- You must know your unity credentials.
- DUO Two-Factor Authentication (2FA) users must bring their registered device.
- Codes generated by the DUO app are the preferred method of authentication for Moodle-based exams at the testing centers.
- Unable to access your registered device? The NC State Help Desk can provide a one-time password if you have set up your User Identification and Authentication (UIA) questions.
- A valid ID with a clear photo is required: NC State Campus ID, driver’s license, passport, military ID.
- DRO students should send their accommodation letters to firstname.lastname@example.org at least 72 hours before attempting to schedule their first appointments.
- If the student is enrolled in several courses proctored by DELTA, the DRO letter for each course should be sent to email@example.com.
- Testing center staff will provide further directions to students by email once the letter is received and processed.
NO SHOW, NO APPOINTMENT, AND MAKEUP EXAMS
- Appointment times are strictly enforced. If you arrive late, you will not receive additional time and risk your appointment being canceled; no exceptions.
- Students who arrive outside their scheduled days or times without an appointment will be referred to the course instructor.
- Due to the volume of on-site exams, DELTA Testing may be unable to accommodate variances to scheduled test dates. The instructor is responsible for arranging all individual exceptions with our office. If the testing center is at max capacity, the instructor may need to make alternate arrangements.
- No makeup or Incomplete exams will be administered during the university’s final exam period. The instructor of record should contact DELTA Testing to coordinate these exams before the student appears at the testing center.
- All testing stops at the posted closing time, regardless of check-in time.
- Failure to present a valid photo ID may result in cancellation of your appointment.
- Students must comply with the NC State University Student Code of Conduct (see section eight).
- Items allowed by your instructor should be in-hand and shown to the proctor during check-in.
- All other items should be placed in a locker and may not be accessed during an exam.
- Cell phones
- All watches; clocks are located in each testing room and a timer provided for all paper-based exams.
- Other electronics; especially those that are wifi capable
- Course related material (unless explicitly permitted by your instructor)
- Drinks and food
- Hats, sunglasses, and all non-religious headwear
- Restroom breaks during testing sessions are permitted, but will count against your allotted time. You must obtain permission from the Test Center staff prior to using the restroom and before accessing stored items. You may not leave the building under any circumstances or access course material. Repeated or lengthy departures will be reported to your instructor.
- Minors (any person under the age of 18 who is not enrolled or accepted for enrollment at NC State) are not allowed in the Test Centers at any time.
MAKING AN APPOINTMENT
- All appointments are made online using NC State’s RegisterBlast portal at go.ncsu.edu/takemytest*.
- To cancel or reschedule an appointment, login to go.ncsu.edu/takemytest and visit the “My History” section. There you can adjust or cancel an appointment that has yet to occur.
- New and rescheduled appointments require a minimum of 24 hours before they are processed.
Don’t see your course listed? Is there a discrepancy with the exam dates or allotted time limit? Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org prior to scheduling an appointment.