We Always Knew we were Above Average...

During the spring 2009 Semester, the National Occupational Competency Testing Institute (NOCTI) Exam was given to college students enrolled in their last semester prior to graduation in the areas of automotive technology, business (emphasis in accounting and in retail trades), and computer information systems (emphasis in computer technology and computer repair technology). UACCM students who recently completed the exam scored above the state and national averages­ in the areas of basic accounting, automotive technician, computer repair technology, computer technology, and retail trades.

The NOCTI Exam is designed to measure students’ abilities to carry out work-related tasks that are similar to actual on the job work performed by an entry-level or experienced worker in their chosen career field. The NOCTI is not designed to predict a student’s future success after UACCM, but it is regarded as an accurate method to establish an individual’s current skill level in his or her chosen occupation.

Good job, guys. Here's to hoping that the test is right and you'll all be successful in the future!

Don't forget about GED Graduation this evening at 7:00 in the Fine Arts Auditorium!!!

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