The University Testing Center offers a limited number of standardized/entrance exams.
The University Testing Center is an approved proctor for the paper-based GRE Subject Tests. The Graduate Record Examinations (GRE) Subject Tests are taken by individuals applying to graduate programs in natural sciences, engineering, social sciences, humanities and arts, education, business, and other fields. To register or for more information call ETS at call 1-866-473-4373.
The Reasoning Skills Test (RST) is for students wishing to test out of ID 105. ID 105 is a quantitative and qualitative reasoning skills course. It is designed to bring incoming students up to a minimum competency in quantitative skills. It includes such topics such as logic arithmetic, graphing, statistics, problem solving skills, and algebraic skills.
Students are recommended to study for the exam before making a test appointment. The textbook is recommended and can be purchased in the UCCS Bookstore. This text is also available on reserve at the Kraemer Family Library. The book is called “Reasoning Skills for Everyday Life” 2nd Edition by James F. Burkhart. Estimate Cost is $52.95
- Time limit = 2 hours
- Cost is $30.00
- To pass a score of 60 is needed
- The test is given in 4 parts (Scantron Exam). Each part takes 30 minutes and is worth 25 points
- Bring: Photo ID, pencils, $30.00, and a calculator
- Students can only take one time per semester. Summer semester counts as one semester
Visit: Main Hall 105
As of November 1, 2017, the University Testing Center no longer proctors the Miller Analogies Test (MAT). For information on MAT testing center locations in Colorado please visit the Miller Analogies Test (MAT): https://www.pearsonassessments.com/postsecondaryeducation/graduate_admissions/mat.html.