Individuals 16 years old and older are eligible for services. Assessments and counseling are available Monday through Thursday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Friday from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Please call ahead for an appointment, which can be made at both the Logan Main Campus (435-750-3188) and Brigham City Campus (435-734-0623) . Photo identification is required. See the individual program pages available here for specific requirements. Phones, calculators, food, and drink are not allowed in the Assessment Center. If calculators are allowed for your assessment, one will be provided.
Phone: (435) 750-3188
Fax: (435) 750-3046
The Assessment Center has been designated as a General Education Development (GED) testing site. The GED test allows individuals to obtain a high school equivalency certificate.
The cost to take the GED in its entirety is $120. If you need to retake a section(s) you will pay for the individual section at $24 each. Your first step to taking the test is to register with GED Testing Services. Go to www.gedoncomputer.com to get started. Once you are registered, you will be able to make your appointment. If you have difficulties making the appointment, contact the Testing Center at (435) 750-3188.
A GED Preparation Course is available. Course information is available in the Class Schedule or contact Sean at 435-750-3238.
On the day of your test, remember to bring a valid form of Photo ID and know your Social Security Number. Testing is Wednesdays at 8:00 am - 4:00 pm, which includes a short lunch.
The State CNA test schedule fills up very quickly. We are generally booked a month in advance. There are cancellations on occasion that would allow you to get in for testing sooner.
Your course syllabus should have all the information about taking your final. You must take the test before your registration period expires.
Testing for the Police Academy is available April 1st - October 1st. On occasion it can be administered to Law Enforcement applicants during the rest of the year. It takes approximately two weeks to receive your scores. The cost is $25.
A minimum score of 70% is required in each section to pass the test. You may not retest individual areas; the test must be taken in its entirety. In addition, please note the following stipulations of the test:
You can buy the NPOST Study Guide at the BATC Bookstore for around $5. You will be tested on math, reading, writing, and grammar. Your scores don't expire. When you apply for a job, check to make sure the job does not want you to have a more current test.
REGISTER ONLINE: www.pearsonvue.com, you will schedule the exam through their Web site. If you are a BATC Information Technology student, you can purchase a test voucher in Student Services.
Pearson Professional Centers utilize a patent-winning design, which was created specifically for high-stakes testing and offers a carefully controlled, consistent testing environment.
To schedule your State EMT Certification test, you need to contact the Bureau of EMS (BEMS) at 801-273-6666. Once on the schedule you will come to the BATC Assessment Center on your scheduled date. Please be sure to bring a copy of the e-mail BEMS sends you and a photo ID.
In order to serve Utah’s northern regions, a comprehensive assessment and counseling center has been established at Bridgerland Applied Technology College. The intake and assessment procedure involves a variety of psychometric instruments and guidance interventions. The Center provides an environment where individuals can learn about themselves. Knowledge gained from testing and counseling provides the impetus for students to make useful career decisions. The Center has a commitment to serve state and local agencies by providing testing and counseling services.
The Assessment Center provides individuals the opportunity to explore other career options. You can gain valuable information about yourself and the world of work.
The Assessment Center administers testing for VUE, Emergency Medical Technician, Utah State Nurses Aide, and COMPASS.
The Assessment Center assists in the development of tests or specialized assessments to meet the particular needs of business and industry. Additionally, specialized programs can be structured to help determine the readiness for employment, schooling, or specialized training.