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Testing Center Still Available to Help Transcript

Hello, I'm Dr. Kara Kennebrew, director of Testing at the University of North Georgia.

As you all know, we're experiencing some very uncertain times and frankly, we're navigating an uncharted territory.

Most have deemed this time as our new normal. As experts work to learn more about COVID-19, I want to assure you that through this all the UNG Testing Center is here to support you and your testing needs while keeping the safety of our staff and test takers a priority.

We have temporarily suspended in person testing and are now able to administer some exams in a virtual manner.

A few things to keep in mind when sending an inquiry to test: Be patient with us. This is a new process for our staff and we're working diligently to make sure we get our students tested and maintain exam integrity.

Utilize our website. Our testing website has been updated to reflect pertinent and will be a great resource for you. Know what resources you need.

Our virtual exams have specific equipment requirements. We do have laptops available for loan to complete testing should you need it. During these uncertain times, I've found it helpful to rely on positive affirmations, to maintain a positive outlook, and to find the silver lining.

We are available to answer any questions you may have regarding testing via email. Please reach out to us at ungremotetesting@ung.edu.

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