MoGEA Testing


Register for the MoGEA test online.


The testing check-in will be in Stedman Hall (Building 14) Room 308. There is parking (P13) behind the building. (CMU campus map).

Sitting Fee

In addition to the $49 (or $25 for a subtest) paid online, a $15 sitting fee (or $5/subtest if taking fewer than 3 subtests) must be paid when checking-in to the test. The fee can be paid in cash or by check to Central Methodist University.


If you require accommodations, please contact Sally Hackman at 660-248-6633 or by email at at least 24 hours prior to the exam. While designated parking and elevators are available, assistance will need to be provided so advanced planning is necessary.

What to Bring

  • Government Issued Photo ID (Student ID will NOT be accepted)
  • Calculator (No calculators are permitted. An online calculator will be available to all students.)
  • Water (Clear bottle only)

What not to Bring

  • Any tobacco products
  • Visitors, including relatives, children, and friends
  • Weapons of any kind
  • Additionally, any personal items that you bring to the test site must be stored in a designated secure area. This includes watches, wallets, and purses in addition to the following items, which are considered to be prohibited aids:
    • Cell phones
    • Electronic communication devices, visual or audio recording or listening devices, or any device with an on/off option, including, but not limited to, MP3 players, PDAs, pagers, computers, CDs, removable storage devices, calculator watches, clocks or watches with alarms, spellcheckers, etc.
    • Unauthorized calculators and calculator manuals
    • Handwritten or printed materials, such as dictionaries, notebooks, scratch paper, textbooks, etc.
    • Packages and bags of any kind, such as backpacks, briefcases, etc.
    • Hats or headwear, except for those being worn for religious or medical purposes
    • Food and drink, including chewing gum
    • Unauthorized aids, such as slide rules, rulers, translation aids, highlighters, etc.
    • Unauthorized medical devices, such as inhalers, Epinephrine injections, etc., unless prior approval has been obtained

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