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IDL Testing

IDL (Independent Distance Learning) exams such as those taken through UGA's Independent and Distance Learning program or those offered by various colleges are administered by the University of North Georgia’s (UNG) Testing Centers.

Coming soon!

All students completing a proctored activity via D2L will be required to obtain a DUO passcode.

To obtain a DUO passcode, please do the following:
Step 1. Open the DUO Mobile App
Step 2. Select dropdown arrow to obtain the 6 digit passcode
Step 3. Bring passcode to your scheduled testing time.
*Once you arrive at the Testing Center, staff will direct you with next steps.

For any assistance, please contact your institution's IT helpdesk. For UNG students, please contact 706-864-1922 or email helpdesk@ung.edu.

What to Expect

✔ You must provide a valid government issued photo ID.

✔ If you arrive fifteen minutes after your scheduled appointment time, you may not be allowed to test.

✔ Length of time: Varies

Retest Policy

All retest inquiries should be deferred to your instructor.

Register for Your Exam

Step One: Register and Pay via RegisterBlast

Please register and pay your $35 administration fee payable by credit/debit card. All testing fees are non-refundable and non-transferable.

Note: You must use a different web browser other than Internet Explorer.

Step Two: Contact Your Professor

Please provide your professor with the testing center’s email address. This will be where your professor will need to send the exam information. It will be your responsibility to communicate with your professor to ensure that we will receive the exam information.

Exam information will need to include the following:

  • exam duration
  • exam window
  • exam password
  • any material that will be allowed during your exam

Step Three: Call to Schedule Your Appointment

Contact your testing center to schedule an appointment.

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