DC testing center.

olivevert
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DC testing center.

Postby olivevert » Mon Apr 19, 2010 9:42 am

So I requested Georgetown University last September and got the test site, but I was sick so I had to cancel. I rescheduled for June 2010 and requested Georgetown again but received the University of DC School of Law. :?:

I had an AWFUL experience at Eastern Illinois University two years ago (a small worn down auditorium with desks that were not only creaking, but slanting down.. and we sat in every single seat (as opposed to every other)).

The condition of the rooms and desks is very important, and I don't have a good feeling about this one.

However, if anyone knows or is testing at this site... let's share the uneasy feeling together.

Oh yeah.. I saw the Kaplan rating site, but a lot are just short phrased comments, or from like 2006... that's 4 years ago.

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Re: DC testing center.

Postby chutzpah » Tue Apr 20, 2010 4:52 pm

I took the February exam at UDC and thought it was fine. If you do a search on this site you'll probably get my initial impressions. Its in a very convenient location steps from the metro and the staff were very friendly, albeit a little disorganized. The chairs were cushioned and we sat two to a rectangular desk in 2-4-2 rows. There was plenty of room for my test booklet, answer sheet, elbows, pencils, etc on my area of the desk without bumping into my neighbor.

You really have nothing to worry about here. It may not be the fanciest facility, but its fine for testing.

olivevert
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Re: DC testing center.

Postby olivevert » Thu Apr 22, 2010 5:38 pm

chutzpah wrote:I took the February exam at UDC and thought it was fine. If you do a search on this site you'll probably get my initial impressions. Its in a very convenient location steps from the metro and the staff were very friendly, albeit a little disorganized. The chairs were cushioned and we sat two to a rectangular desk in 2-4-2 rows. There was plenty of room for my test booklet, answer sheet, elbows, pencils, etc on my area of the desk without bumping into my neighbor.

You really have nothing to worry about here. It may not be the fanciest facility, but its fine for testing.


What do you mean by 2-4-2 rows?
Yes! It's extremely close to the metro so I can practice test there. Do you remember which room it was tested in? THANKS!!!




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