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Business Graduate Exam

Business Graduate Exam

As part of Roane State’s accreditation requirement, each graduate of our A.A.S. Business Management Technology and A.A.S. Contemporary Management programs must complete two tests prior to graduation.

These tests are as follows:

  1. Business Graduate Exam. This test measures the amount of business knowledge you have retained upon graduation. It is important that you do your very best! This timed test consists of 80 multiple choice questions related to five basic business areas: Business, Management and Supervision, Accounting, Business Math, and basic computer concepts.
  2. MAPP Test. This is a general competency test that every graduate must take, regardless of major. This test does not affect one's graduating status; rather it is a measure of how well Roane State educates its students. You are encouraged to do your best since Roane State's evaluation and future funding are based on student performance.

Both of these tests must be taken in one of Roane State’s testing centers. After submitting your Intent to Graduate Application, you should contact the Testing Center and sign up for a time to complete these tests. Please be sure you let them know you will need to take both tests.

See the Testing Center's schedule and contact information.

Contact: 

Mike Farmer • (865) 354-3000 ext. 4862 • Click name for email address

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