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Testing and Exams Services

The Academic Success Center is committed to helping our students succeed throughout their educational experience here at Doane University. One of the ways we do this is by offering a variety of testing services for students in the private testing rooms within our office.

For more information, please contact: [email protected]

This service is only for students who are enrolled at Doane University. 

In-Person Proctoring Services

Sometimes circumstances prohibit students from being able to take exams within their allotted class time. The Academic Success Center can work with professors and students to create an alternate testing time for the student with the professor's permission. Please note: In-person test proctoring done in the Academic Success Center for residential students on the Crete campus and for non-residential students on the Lincoln campus are only for students with documented disabilities. For more information, please contact Gwendolyn Lopez, Director of Disability Services, at [email protected] or by phone at 402-466-4774. For more information on Online Proctoring Exams, click here. 

Exam Analysis

Students who seek to improve their performance on course exams may request an exam analysis. This tool enables students to clearly see why errors were made and to develop a study plan for the next test. For more information or to make an appointment for an exam analysis, please contact [email protected] or call 402-466-4774.

Preparation for Graduate/Professional School Entry Exams

The ASC staff is available to help students preparing for the Graduate Record Exam (GRE), PPST, CMEE, LSAT, or GMAT exam on an individual basis. In addition, study guides are available in the Crete Academic Success Center for the GRE, PPST, CMEE, LSAT, and GMAT exams. These guides may be checked out by both residential and non-residential students to use at home as they prepare for their exams. For more information or to schedule an appointment, please contact Beth Jacobson at [email protected] or call 402-826-2161. In addition, here are some online resources all students can use for test preparation.