Georgia Office of Adult Education  

Essential Knowledge
For Georgia Adult Educators

Office of Adult Education  
Technical College System of Georgia 


Take a Mastery Test

When you feel that you are ready to take one of the three mastery tests, click on the appropriate link at the bottom of this page. That link will take you to the Mastery Test registration website.

  1. On the Mastery Test registration website, fill in each of the blanks completely including your name, email address, and contact information. You will be entering these data under a system called “Surveymonkey,” which is widely used throughout academic and educational settings. It is a secured website. To review their security policy, click this link (Surveymonkey Security Policy). To access the registration site, click this: Begin Test Button

  2. Once you have completed the Mastery Test registration form, you will receive an email from the testing program called “” within 3 business days. The email will include your username and password needed to login and take the Mastery Test. Please check your "spam" or "junk" mail folder because your email system may route mail to that folder.

  3. Log in to the webpage using the provided username and password. Quia Logo

  4. Click “Class web page” link. Quia will then show you the title of the Mastery Test you will be taking on the bottom of the page: click the QUIZ link. Then on the next page, put your login name and password in a second time, then click the "Start now > >” button to begin the test.

  5. There are 10 multiple-choice questions that comprise the Mastery Test. You should attempt to answer each question. After your answers are submitted, you will be immediately provided with the results of your test.

  6. Once these results are verified by our staff, you will receive an email containing your certificate. Because of limited staff, it might take as long as 30 days for you to receive your certificate.




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