Assessment Center Testing
Tests are administered by appointment only. Accuplacer testing is free, but there is a fee for HESI and non‑admission testing that must be paid at the time of scheduling.
Requests for testing accommodations must be made prior to scheduling.
Admission assessments are used to determine academic preparedness for Tulsa Tech programs.
With the exception of the HESI, admission assessments are free. Applicants must have a current Tulsa Tech application on file prior to testing.
Applicants may test twice between January 1 and June 30 and twice between July 1 and December 31. The Assessment Center also accepts ACT and SAT scores taken within five (5) years of applying to Tulsa Tech.
- All applicants must bring a valid government-issued photo ID when they arrive to test. We accept a Driver’s License, State ID, Passport, or Military ID.
- All assessments are computerized; scratch paper and pencil are provided by Assessment.
- NO outside calculators are permitted; a calculator is provided within test platform.
- Scores are available upon completion of the assessment and are valid for three years.
Accuplacer is an untimed, multiple choice test given to all high school and adult program applicants except Practical Nursing, Surgical Technology, and Radiologic Technology.
- We administer the Next Generation Reading and Next Generation Arithmetic subject tests.
- The difficulty level of the questions is based on your response to the previous question.
- An on-screen calculator is available only for selected questions, as set by Accuplacer.
HESI Admission Assessment (A2)
HESI is a timed, multi-subject Admission test given to all Practical Nursing, Surgical Technology, and Radiologic Technology program applicants. Applicants will be charged an exam administration fee.
- The HESI A2 is timed at 3 hours.
- The test covers three subject areas: Reading Comprehension, Vocabulary, and Math.
- Applicants must have a valid email address to create a required Evolve account on the day of the test.
- Applicants must achieve a minimum of 70 percent each in Reading Comprehension, Vocabulary, and Mathematics for a minimum cumulative score of 210.