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NOCTI

The Testing, Evaluation, and Measurement Center (TEMC) at Texas State University administers the written test of the following NOCTI (National Occupational Competency Testing Institute) Teacher Tests:

Accounting
Administrative Assisting
Advertising and Design
Agriculture Mechanics
Architectural Drafting
Audio-Visual Communications Technology
Automotive Technician
Biotechnology
Building Construction Occupations
Building Trades Maintenance
Cabinetmaking
Carpentry
Collision Repair/Refinishing
Commercial Foods
Computer Networking Fundamentals
Computer Programming
Computer Repair Technology
Computer Technology
Criminal Justice
Diesel Technology
Early Childhood Education and Care
Electric Power and Distribution
Electrical Construction Technology
Electronics Technology
Graphic Production Technology
Health Assisting
Heavy Equipment
Heavy Equipment Maintenance and Repair
Hospitality Management-Lodging
HVAC Maintenance Technology
Industrial Maintenance Mechanics
Logistics
Mason/Masonry
Mechanical Drafting & Design
Nursing Assisting
Painting and Decorating
Plumbing
Precision Machining
Pre-Engineering/Engineering Technology
Production Agriculture
Protective Services
Retail Commercial Baking
Retail Merchandising
Small Engine Technology
Technical Drafting
Television Production
Web Design
Welding

TEMC does not play any part in the certification process, except in administering the NOCTI Written tests above. For all other questions, please contact the agency that would be awarding the certificate.

TEMC orders NOCTI exams only in response to demand; therefore, we order the test materials after payment has been made and all other necessary information has been submitted. Requests should be submitted at least 7-10 business days prior to the date you wish to test. Score reports are usually available 3-6 business days after testing.

To request a NOCTI Teacher Test, please complete the NOCTI Request Form.

The fee for taking a NOCTI test is $150. A link to make your payment online will be sent upon submission of the email request.

The time limit for all NOCTI Written Teacher Tests is 3 hours.

NOCTI does not provide or sell any sort of study guide for their Teacher Tests, but they do publish "blueprints" which provide a basic overview of each test. These can be downloaded here.

Questions not answered above should be sent to proctor@txstate.edu.