Welcome to the Testing Center at Brookdale
Please see our Testing Center Hours below for additional information regarding scheduling. Please discuss your testing options with your professors. Testing Services can answer any questions you may have about Testing at email@example.com.
A Photo ID is required for all tests (Brookdale ID or a Government Issued ID are acceptable)
For Questions about Brookdale’s Online Placement Test, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Interested in Retesting in Reading? Please click on this flyer for more information.
The Health Science Entrance Exam/TEAS test is now available remotely. The Brookdale Community College Testing Center is happy to announce that TEAS exam dates will be administered using the remote proctoring service Proctorio through ATI. This will permit applicants, with passes to take the exam, to test at home. You must contact the Brookdale Community College Testing Center via email at email@example.com to check for availability and to sign up for a test date.
The Testing Center is located on the first floor of the Bankier Library. The most convenient parking is in Lot #5. We can be reached at 732-224-2660 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Our Mission Statement
Brookdale Community College’s Testing Services provides professionally proctored exams to our students and to community members, with a commitment to diversity and to meeting individual’s needs to improve themselves academically, professionally, and/or through personal enrichment. Testing Services is committed to maintaining academic integrity in the testing environment while providing testing to students and community members in a professionally proctored environment. Testing Services at Brookdale Community College always adheres to the NCTA Professional Standards and Guidelines.
Information about the Basic Skills test – including whether you are eligible to be waived from testing, and some great preparation tips
Just for our Brookdale students – what tests are offered, our policies and procedures, who to contact, and helpful test-taking tips.
Testing is by appointment only at our regional locations in Freehold, Long Branch, Neptune, and Wall.
Options for taking the NJ High School Equivalency tests – either via computer or paper & pencil.
A listing of the wide variety of tests offered to the community.