Test Taker Policies & Responsibilities
As Test Administrator have the right to:
Coordinates and oversees all day-to-day aspects of the administration of a range of standardized testing activities conducted in a centralized testing center, to include development and coordination of testing program policies and procedures, recruitment, training, and supervision of testing staff, and administration of testing carried out by proctors in accordance with established procedures. Manages the operation and maintenance of the center's computer testing pod.
Duties and Responsibilities:
- Be informed of your rights and responsibilities as a test taker.
- Be treated with courtesy, respect, and impartiality, regardless of your age, disability, ethnicity, gender, national origin, religion, sexual orientation or other personal characteristics.
- Be tested with measures that meet professional standards and that are appropriate, given the manner in which the test results will be used.
- Receive a brief oral or written explanation prior to testing about the purpose(s) for testing, the kind(s) of tests to be used, if the results will be reported to you or to others, and the planned use(s) of the results. If you have a disability, you have the right to inquire and receive information about testing accommodations. If you have difficulty in comprehending the language of the test, you have a right to know in advance of testing whether any accommodations may be available to you.
- Know in advance of testing when the test will be administered, if and when test results will be available to you, and if there is a fee for testing services that you are expected to pay.
- Have your test administered and your test results interpreted by appropriately trained individuals who follow professional codes of ethics.
- Know if a test is optional and learn of the consequences of taking or not taking the test, fully completing the test, or canceling the scores. You may need to ask questions to learn these consequences.
- Receive a written or oral explanation of your test results within a reasonable amount of time after testing and in commonly understood terms.
- Have your test results kept confidential to the extent allowed by law.
- Present concerns about the testing process or your results and receive information about procedures that will be used to address such concerns.