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Testing Center
Hours and Locations

Glenns and Warsaw Testing Center Hours

  • Monday 8 am to 5 pm
    Closed for lunch 12:30 pm to 1 pm
  • Tuesday 9 am to 1 pm
  • Wednesday 8 am to 5 pm
    Closed for lunch 12:30 pm to 1 pm
  • Thursday 9 am to 1 pm
  • Friday Closed for testing. From 8 am to 12 pm a proctor is available to take calls and respond to emails.
  • Saturday 8 am to 12 pm
    Glenns is open the 1st and 3rd Saturdays
    Warsaw is open the 2nd and 4th Saturdays
    No testing on the 5th Saturdays of the month

King George Testing Center Hours

  • Tuesdays and Thursdays 4 pm to 8 pm


12745 College Drive
Glenns, VA 23149

52 Campus Drive
Warsaw, VA 22572

King George
King George High School
10100 Foxes Way
King George, VA 22485

RCC Testing Centers

RCC has testing centers conveniently located on the Glenns and Warsaw campuses as well as at the King George site. An appointment is required.

To make an appointment, please contact the campus where you will be testing. For information about placement testing requirements, email

  • Glenns 804-758-6854
  • King George 540-775-0087
  • Warsaw 804-333-6834

You can also email for Glenns or Warsaw; or for King George.


NAS 2 Open Course and Test Out Exam 

NAS 2, Foundations of Life Sciences, is offered as an open course and test out exam at Rappahannock Community College. NAS 2 is a FREE open online course intended to help students acquire the knowledge needed to be successful in Human Anatomy and Physiology I (BIO 141). Starting in Spring 2023, BIO 141 has a corequisite that requires students to successfully complete NAS 2 (with a 70% or better on the final test out exam) or earn a C or better in General Biology I (BIO 101). Students will be unable to take BIO 141 without first satisfying the required prerequisite.

NAS 2 presents basic biological and chemical concepts for students interested in the health sciences. The NAS 2 course is available online through Canvas and you can complete it at your own pace and schedule. The NAS 2 course offers support and information to prepare for the NAS 2 test out Exam. Students are encouraged to complete the instructional modules in Canvas before taking the test out exam, but it is not a requirement to do so.


Students currently enrolled at Rappahannock Community College in majors that require BIO 141.

Registration for Course

Students can self-enroll in the NAS 2 Open Course and Test Out Exam. The self-enroll link has also been emailed to current students in majors that require BIO 141.  If you need assistance enrolling in the course, please reach out to either the Help Desk or email the Testing Center at You do not need an access code to enroll, only to take the test out exam. This access code will be entered by the testing proctor on exam day.

Taking the Test

Students can take the test out exam remotely or in-person at the Glenns or Warsaw Testing Center or at an approved in-person site and will have 90 minutes allotted for the exam. Students may take the test as many times as they want but must wait 24 hours between tests. Photo ID required.  Students who opt to take the test out exam remotely may use ProctorU, and are responsible for the cost of this service.


If you need testing accommodations, please contact your Navigator for assistance.  It takes approximately 60 days to complete the process of registering for accommodations if you haven’t already registered. 


To schedule an appointment, please call the Warsaw Testing Center at 804-333-6834, Glenns Testing Center at 804-758-6854. You can also email to schedule an appointment.


In order to prepare for the test-out exam, students need to carefully review the modules in the NAS 2 Canvas site. These modules contain the material that will be covered on the test-out exam. Free tutoring is available 24/7 through Brainfuse.

Test Results

Results will be posted in SIS within business 5 days of completing the exam, but will be visible in the gradebook in Canvas immediately. Passing this test with a 70% or higher will allow students to enroll in BIO 141. If a student does not score above 70%, they are advised to return to the modules, relearn the material, and attempt the test out again.  The test can be attempted again in 24 hours after the last test.

Off-Campus Proctoring

Students must request permission to have an off-campus person proctor their exam using the Off-Campus Proctor Request Form. 

Proctors must be a staff member at a college or university testing center. Proctors cannot be a family member, employer, or someone with whom the student works. This option is for students who cannot travel to a campus testing center. You are responsible for any fees charged by the proctor.

*Students who want to take their exams at another VCCS college or their high school do not require permission from the instructor, but they must submit the Off-Campus Proctor Request Form.