Test Collection

This is a restricted use collection consisting of more than 125 tests covering education, special education, physical education, sociology, psychology, and criminal justice.

In addition to the tests listed here, there is a group of special education tests which are only available by arrangement with the special education faculty. Please ask for assistance at the Checkout desk if you are completing an assignment that involves one of the special education tests.

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Policies and Procedures Test publishers require that tests and test materials be kept in a secure location and only be accessible to faculty and authorized students under appropriate faculty supervision. Tests are not to be photocopied under any circumstances, nor administered to anyone. In order to comply with these requirements and ensure the integrity and ethical use of tests, the following policies and proceudres are strictly followed:


Supervising faculty must submit name(s) of authorized students using the Test Collection Authorization Form. Authorizations expire at the end of a term. Materials will be checked out only to authorized students. Students must be advised about the appropriate use of these materials.



Students are required to have written faculty permission to use the Test Collection. Tests are not to be photocopied under any circumstances or administered to anyone.



Test materials are located at the Reserve Desk and may be checked out for in library use only for four-hour periods. A valid patron ID card must be presented to checkout materials.

The contents of the test container must be reviewed with library staff immediately after it is returned to the Reserve Desk. The patron is responsible for the replacement cost of damaged or missing elements. The minimum charge is $10.00; the maximum charge is the full replacement cost of the test ($10-$500+).


Faculty, please log in to submit a list of authorized students.

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