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The Teaching Center’s tutoring, test reviews, and SI/study groups remain open remotely this fall. Very limited testing services (FLATS & Distance Ed ) will also be available remotely. Call for more information.


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Mission Statement

The mission of the UF Teaching Center’s Testing Services is to provide quality testing and assessment services which promote the achievement of academic and professional goals.  The Teaching Center strives to provide optimal test environments to individuals and organizations by subscribing to the National College Testing Association’s Professional Standards and Guidelines.


The College-Level Examination Program® (CLEP®) gives you the opportunity to receive college credit for what you already know by earning qualifying scores on any of 33 examinations. Earn credit for knowledge you’ve acquired through independent study, prior course work, on-the-job training, professional development, cultural pursuits, or internships. Click this link for information about the CLEP® at UF and for CLEP® Registration.

Distance Education / Other Testing

The Teaching Center proctors paper-pencil and computerized tests by appointment for individuals who are enrolled in distance education courses. Please call the Testing Coordinator at (352) 392-2010 to schedule your test. The cost varies with the length of appointment: $30 per test (up to 4 hrs.) plus surcharge if non-routine costs are incurred (e.g. FAX to university outside USA). After scheduling your test, Click Here to pay the proctoring fee. Be sure to schedule your test before paying because there are no refunds. Location and parking information are available on the menu to the left.


To take the United States Medical Licensing Examination® (USMLE®) at UF, you must schedule your exam through the Dean’s Office at the UF College of Medicine (352) 273-7500. Visit this site for additional information about the USMLE.



Foreign Language Proficiency Examinations (FLPE)

To earn a UF degree, students must meet the requirements of their major and college in addition to the university’s foreign language requirement for admission.  Students may demonstrate that they are ready for an advanced foreign language course or that they are fluent in a foreign language (and thus meet UF foreign language requirements) by taking one of 53 different foreign language examinations at the Teaching Center.  ( Go here to see the complete list of language exams available.)  FLPE exams evaluate skills in the areas of listening comprehension, reading comprehension, vocabulary, and grammatical accuracy.  Course credit hours are not granted; but with a sufficiently high score, the University of Florida will accept the exam as proof of proficiency in that language.  Visit here for additional information about the language examinations at UF and for registration.