You may make an appointment for some exams through RegisterBlast.
Please be aware that Office of Testing administration fees may apply to some exams.
- Distance Learning / Independent Study Exams
- GRE Subject Tests (GRE General Test Information)
- LSAT (LSAT-Flex Information)
Distance Learning / Independent Study Exams
The Office of Testing administers proctored examinations for distance learning or online courses offered by other institutions and organizations. Exams are offered by appointment.
Please refer to the Distance Learning Proctoring Services page for more information.
The Georgia Assessments for the Certification of Educators (GACE) assess the knowledge and skills of prospective and current Georgia P-12 educators. The GACE is aligned with state and national standards for educator preparation and with Georgia state standards for the P–12 student curriculum (Georgia Performance Standards).
Please refer to the ETS GACE website for information regarding registration and available dates.
The GMAT is administered at Valdosta State University through a computer-based format. The GMAT is normally a required test for admittance to MBA programs. The test is generally offered Monday through Wednesday.
Please refer to the GMAT website for availability, registration details, and more information regarding the test format.
GRE Subject Tests
GRE Subject Tests score results are normally used as a requirement for graduate admission into some specific graduate programs. Please be sure to check with your graduate school of choice to ensure whether or not you need a GRE Subject Test for admission. The GRE Subject Tests are administered at Valdosta State University in a paper and pencil format throughout the year.
Please refer to the GRE Subject Tests website for more information and registration deadlines.
GRE General Test Information
The GRE General test is not administered at Valdosta State. The GRE General is offered in an at-home format and at the Prometric Test Center in Valdosta. You may call the Prometric Test Center at 229-245-1069 for more information. More GRE testing sites and registration information may be found on the GRE General website.
GRE Fee Reduction Program Information: GRE Subject and GRE General
LSAT score results are used as a requirement for admission to law school.
Please refer to the LSAC website for more information and registration deadlines.
MAT score results are used as a requirement for graduate admission, primarily for Education and Social Sciences programs. Please be sure to check with your graduate school of choice to insure that the MAT is an acceptable graduate admissions test. The MAT is computer-based and is offered by appointment.
Please refer to the MAT website for more information about the test format and study materials.
Valdosta State University is a national test center for the PRAXIS. The series of testing programs include the Praxis Core Academic Skills for Educators and the Praxis Subject Assessments. The components of the test are used as an educator certification requirement in some states (for Georgia, the GACE is the requirement for certification). Please check with your state certifying agency to make sure that the Praxis is accepted as a certification assessment. The exam is administered at Valdosta State University only during designated windows.
Please refer to the Praxis website for more information and registration deadlines.