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Required: How to Make an Appointment for HESI with ProctorU

Required: How to Make an Appointment for HESI with ProctorU

How to Register

How to Register for the HESI for remote testing through ProctorU. 

If after you follow the steps below you still have questions or do not have access to the technology needed, contact me at immediately.

  • Cost: $51.00 Make payment for the HESI at least two days in advance by either calling the cashier window at 870-612-2005 or in person at UACCB in the Main Classroom Building.
  • If paying by phone, the college can take cards or accept check information if needed. If paying in person, the cashier window is open Monday – Friday 8:00 – 4:30.

  • UACCB has been working with Elsevier to get your HESI exam set up with online proctoring through ProctorU. will walk you through how to set up an account, schedule your exam, and access support if needed.

IMPORTANT: It is imperative that you READ and FOLLOW DIRECTIONS throughout this process to ensure your ability to test within the allotted dates/times we have reserved.

Students Who Have Used ProctorU

Register for your appointment.

If you have ever used ProctorU before, you CANNOT use your standard institution account. The process is different for HESI exams, so visit this site from above and follow the steps outlined there as soon as possible. When you get to the point of scheduling your exam, please look for your exam name:

  • For those applying to the PN program, the exam is:  HESI PN Admissions Assessment w/Critical Thinking (A2)
  • For those applying to the RN program, the exam is:  HESI RN Admissions Assessment w/Critical Thinking (A2)

Students Who Have NOT Used ProctorU


Please go to the website and follow the below steps and instructions to get started with ProctorU.


● Create a ProctorU username and password at in order to register for, and take your
>For your Institution, please select “**Elsevier – HESI**”
>If you already have a ProctorU account, you will need to sign in and then “add enrollment” from your profile > account settings and select “**Elsevier – HESI** for the Institution. Then update account.

● For all exams: Register for your exam(s) at least 72 hours prior to your test date. Please register directly on the ProctorU website. 
>When registering, your TERM will be the name of your Institution.

Contact Info

Marietta Candler
Division Chair
Office: NAH 944

Nursing Personnel
Micah Moody
Online RN Coordinator
Office: NAH 942

Teri Nicholson
RN Faculty
Office: NAH 936

Michelle Bishop
Pre-Licensure & Traditional RN Track Coordinator
Office: NAH 937

Mary Brewer
Clinical Coordinator

Amy Bullard
Simulation Coordinator
Office: NAH 934

EMT-Basic/Paramedic Personnel

Jennifer Davidek
EMS Program Director, Instructor
Office: NAH 957

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