Answered By: Andrew James Catalano Last Updated: Mar 13, 2018 Views: 511
All Associate degree candidates must complete the College Exit Exam in order to graduate. If you do not complete the Exam, you will not receive a diploma and you will not be considered a Chattanooga State graduate.
The College Exit Exam is required by the Tennessee Board of Regents for all graduates of Tennessee colleges and universities. It is important that you do your best work on the exam as it is a graduation requirement. In addition, when our graduates do well on the Exit Exam, it enhances the good reputation of Chattanooga State, which increases the value of your diploma!
The Exit Exam takes about an hour. You should receive a notice in your TigerMail giving the specific dates and times for your graduation semester.
The exam usually given here on campus in the Health Science Center about five or six weeks before the end of Fall or Spring semester. If you are located near the Dayton or Kimball campuses, you may request testing with the site Director.
Things to remember:
- Please bring your Student ID or Driver’s License.
- Parking is available in the Student lot at the HSC Building.
- You do not have to pre-register for a session.
- You may attend any session you wish.
- Please arrive at least 10 minutes early.
- No one will be admitted late to any testing session.
Link to sample questions (see Sample Items #4, #5, and #6):
If you have questions, please call 423-697-4465.
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