National ACT, Residual ACT, SAT Testing, ACCUPLACER Testing, CLEP Testing and associated testing dates. More information about test day, including complete practice tests, can be found on the ACT website and in the free booklet Preparing for the ACT.
The National ACT is administered on six test dates (per academic year) in February, April, June, September, October and December. You must pre-register for the National ACT online. Registration must be submitted by the deadline designated by ACT. The test begins promptly at 8 a.m. Report in at the E.E. Tourtellotte Student Center using the South entrance. You must bring a valid picture ID.
Please read ACT's press release about the addition of new Fall 2020 national test dates and the precautions to be taken.
| National ACT Dates
|Late Fee Required to Register
|June 12, 2021
||May 7, 2021
||May 8-21, 2021
The Residual ACT test is an acceptable alternative to the National ACT for students who plan to attend Eastern. The scores from these tests are acceptable for admission only at Eastern. The Residual ACT is offered at both the Wilburton and McAlester campuses. You must pre-register for the Residual ACT and bring the $55 registration fee to the testing room.
Testing begins at 9 a.m. in E.E. Tourtellotte Student Center Room 224 at Wilburton and 9 a.m. in room 107 at the McAlester campus. The tests are timed and may be completed at approximately 12:30 p.m. No student can be admitted to the testing room after the designated start time. ACT requires a waiting period of 60 days between residual tests. Students are required to bring a picture ID.
ACT will mail scores to Eastern within 4-6 weeks of taking the Residual ACT. Student scores will then be posted to WebAdvisor. Testers who are not yet students will need to contact the the Testing Coordinator for their scores.
Upcoming Residual ACT test dates are listed by location below.
- June 3, 2021
- July 1, 2021
- August 5, 2021
- June 8, 2021 - Registration for this test date has filled.
What happens if there is bad weather on test day?
If the campus closes due to severe or inclement weather, a notice will
be posted on this webpage to notify students that tests are cancelled.
For the National ACT, you can also check the ACT website
for test center cancellations. If the test administration is cancelled, there will be an announcement and the test will be
rescheduled. You can check the website
for your rescheduled test date and ACT will also notify you by mail or
email. If your test center stays open, but you are unable to travel to
the test center because of inclement weather, call ACT (319.337.1270) during
the week after the test date for your options.
The SAT Test is a standardized test widely used for college admissions. The test is intended to assess a student's readiness for college curriculum. The test consists of two sections: Mathematics and Critical Reading and Writing, with an optional essay section. The test takes three hours to complete plus 50 minutes for the essay. Possible scores on the SAT range from 400 to 1600.
SAT test dates:
Students must register for the SAT online. Practice tests and test-taking information is available at student.collegeboard.org.
On the test day, students are required to check in on the first floor of the E.E. Tourtellotte Student Center with their photo ID and registration ticket, and will proceed to room 224 together. The test begins promptly at 8:00 a.m. An approved calculator is recommended.
The ACCUPLACER Test is a placement test consisting of three areas: reading, writing and math. AAF is Advanced Algebra and Functions and QAS is for Quantitative Reasoning, Algebra and Statistics.
The test may be taken all together or one area at a time. No appointments are necessary. Testing is available Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Students must present a valid photo ID to take the test. For more information, contact the Enrollment Center at 918.465.1771.
ACCUPLACER study preparation and practice questions are available on the College Board website.
Cost of ACCUPLACER Testing
The first test for each subject area is free for current Eastern students and prospective students preparing to enroll. Additional tests are $5 each. Visit our online payment portal to purchase an additional ACCUPLACER test.
If testing at Eastern remotely for a different college, an additional $25 fee will be assessed. On test day students must present the issued voucher number along with a valid form of identification.
CLEP testing is offered by appointment only. Students wishing to take the CLEP test must fill out the EOSC CLEP Test Application and submit it along with a $25 non-refundable test administration fee per test. Once the application and fee have been received, the Testing Center will contact the student to set up a testing date and time. CLEP charges an $89 fee for each test in addition to the $25 administration fee. Students must register for a CLEP exam and pay the exam fee through "My Account" on the CLEP website. Students must print their registration ticket to present to the EOSC Testing Center on test day.
Information for CLEP Test-Takers (pdf)
CLEP study prep is available online at www.collegeboard.com/student/testing/clep/prep.html.
EOSC CLEP Test Application (pdf)
Scholarship & Testing Coordinator