How and where to take the TABE (Test of Adult Basic Education) Test
The TABE test (Test of Adult Basic Education) is an adult basic skills assessment. The reading comprehension section of the test is required for application to certain programs.
The TABE test is required for some curriculum (for college credit) and Continuing Education (not for college credit) programs, including Nurse Aide I (CNA), Basic Law Enforcement Training, Highway Patrol, and Continuing Education EMS training.
Prospective Nurse Aide I (CNA) students can find information about TABE testing under the "Registration" section at the following link: Nurse Aide Program (CNA).
Please call the Nurse Aide office for directions on how to schedule a TABE test (828) 398-7878 in the Hemlock Building.
Please contact the administrative assistant on the Woodfin Campus at (828) 782-2355 for directions on how to schedule a TABE test for these programs.
State Highway Patrol candidates should contact Sherri Davis on the Madison Campus at (828) 398-7700 to schedule a TABE test.
Article ID: 213
Created On: Thu, Feb 28, 2013 at 3:44 PM
Last Updated On: Wed, Mar 11, 2020 at 4:00 PM
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