Testing at WPAFB Test Center postponed through June 1

To reduce the spread of COVID-19, the Secretary of Defense has directed implementation of minimal-manning when feasible. While testing centers play a key role for continuing operations, particularly among the enlisted force, commanders have the authority to determine testing center availability to maintain health and safety. All testing at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base National Test Center is postponed through June 1.

This includes the Enlisted Professional Military Education, Career Development Courses, Job Site Training, Air Force Classification, Air Force Reading Abilities Test, Air Force Officer Qualification Test, Electronic Data Processing Test, Air Traffic Scenarios Test, Tailored Adaptive Personality Assessment System, Test of Basic Aviation Skills, Defense Language Proficiency/Aptitude Battery Testing and Oral Proficiency Interview.

A few projected opening dates are:

• CLEP and DSST is planned to resume June 1;

• DSST Public Speaking, June 16;

• PearsonVue and College Proctored exams, July 1.

Test scheduling will be on a first-come, first-served basis, and timeslots are currently open and available. Contact the Park University on-base office to secure a day and time. The schedule will remain as follows:

• Tuesday, 9:30 a.m. – DSST only;

• Thursday, 9:30 a.m. and 1 p.m. – DSST & CLEP;

• PearsonVue and College Proctored exams by request.

Please direct all other questions or concerns to 88FSS.FSDEE.MilTest@us.af.mil.

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