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Testing Center

To make an appointment, be sure you’ve submitted an admission application, then select the link below and follow these instructions. If you need assistance, please call the Testing Center at (309) 694-5234.

If you require reasonable accommodations for test, please contact Access Services at (309) 694-5749 to discuss the documentation you will need to submit.

If English is your second language, contact the Adult Education Office at (309) 690-6826.

SAT Exam

ICC’s Testing Center serves as a site for the SAT Exam. However, you must register with SAT online. For more information about the SAT exam, check with your local high school office or visit the website.


ICC’s Testing Center is also a site for the TASC exam. This is a high school equivalency exam that is similar to the GED exam. Get more information on the TASC exam.

ACT Exam

ICC’s Testing Center serves as a site for the ACT exam. However, you must register with ACT online at For more information about the ACT exam, check your local high school office or visit


ICC’s Testing Center is PearsonVue Authorized Test Center offering  (but not limited to) American College, CISCO, COMPTIA, and Evaluation Systems exams.

To make an appointment to test, call (309) 694-5345. For more information about the exams, visit

Castle Worldwide

ICC’s Testing Centers are Castle Worldwide Authorized Testing Centers. Some of the exams offered are (but not limited to) WOCNCB and BOC Athletic Trainer Certification. View a complete lising of available testing programs.


ICC’s Testing Center serves as a PSI testing site. For more information regarding the exams they offer, please visit

Mechanical Aptitude Test for Apprenticeships

ICC’s testing center serves as a site for the Wiesen Test of Mechanical Aptitude
For more information, Visit, or check this document
Wiesen Mechanical Aptitude (WTMA) Test

Post TABE Test

ICC Testing Center now offers the Post TABE test. This is a post test exam for those Adult Education students who have completed their required 40 class hours. It will determine level gains so far.

To schedule, use the “Make An Appointment” link above.

Mission Statement

The Testing Center at Illinois Central College seeks to provide the highest quality of testing services for our students and employees, as well as members of the community in compliance with the nationally recognized National College Testing Association (NCTA) Professional Standards and Guidelines. Our professionally trained staff strives to administer tests in a pleasant, technologically advanced environment. Our goal is to exceed our clients’ expectations of their testing experience and to assist them in achieving their academic and professional objectives. We believe that, by holding ourselves to the highest level of standards, we help foster the mission of Illinois Central College, which attests: “Through learning, minds change.  We believe by changing minds, we can change the world.”