Welcome to the NCTA Proctoring Network

The NCTA Proctoring Network (NPN) is a referral service provided by the National College Testing Association (NCTA) to facilitate distance learning. The purpose of the NPN is to make test administration services available to students away from their campuses, particularly at educational institutions. It is a free service for students or others who are seeking a professional location at which to take an exam. All participating test centers must be NCTA members in good standing and are expected to adhere to the NPN Guidelines. In addition the testing center must subscribe to and indicate compliance with the NCTA Professional Standards and Guidelines. Listings are only available to operational testing centers and not to individuals or other groups who wish to serve as proctors.

Test Centers in the United States:
To find a center near you, click on the state below. Or, if you would like to Narrow your Search, click here to search by zip code or city. 

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Test Centers Outside of the United States:
Currently, NCTA has test center members in Canada, Saudi Arabia, and Singapore.  To find a test center in one of these countries, please click here.

NCTA Proctoring Network Application

Want to be listed on as a member of the NCTA Proctoring Network?  You must be an Active Member of NCTA to qualify for a NPN listing.  If you are a member and would like to apply, please click here to complete the application. Your application will be reviewed, and you will be notified of your status.


If you have questions about the existing NPN, please send an email to [email protected]. Please contact your Institution for assistance with finding test sites not listed here. The NPN is voluntary program and NCTA members are not required to participate.  The NCTA NPN Manager is unable to conduct searches for individual examinees.

The National College Testing Association does not guarantee the quality of services provided by members of the NCTA Proctoring Network and is not responsible for errors made in the administration of examinations. Examinees should carefully evaluate the site selected to ensure it is appropriate and must work out specific details of each administration with the selected center. NCTA reserves the right to refuse or remove a listing for any reason.