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Helping you prepare.
Every step of the way.
Here's one more way we help you succeed: Baker College Learning Support Services. Your Baker College campus Learning Center, staffed with a full-time director, and equipped with computers and quiet study areas, is available for you to use whenever you need it.
We offer testing services, writing help, educational support and resources, as well as free tutoring for all Baker students in every academic area. All you have to do is ask.
- How do I find out if there are any waiver tests for courses in my program?
Any former, current, or prospective student may take any waiver test, as long as prerequisites have been met. The list of classes you can test out of are listed in the Baker catalog. To make an appointment to take a waiver test, contact Learning Support Services on your campus.
- Where can I find practice tests for my exam?
First, search for the name of your exam in Baker's Book Catalog or the Michigan eLibrary (MeL). We can send books to your campus library for you to pick up. You will need your 14-digit Library Card number, which can be found on the back of your Baker ID Card or in SOLAR.
Baker also subscribes to Learning Express Library, a database that specializes in providing practice exams.
- Visit the Baker Library Articles and Databases.
- Click on the Practice Tests and Career category.
- Click on Learning Express Library.
- How do I sign up for tutoring?
Contact Learning Support Services on your campus to sign up for tutoring. If you're a Baker Online student or the in a Center for Graduate Studies program, you may request tutoring by visiting Blackboard's Community tab, in the Institution Discussion Boards area.
- Do I have to take the SAT or the ACT test to be admitted to Baker College?
As a “right-to-try,” or “open opportunity,” institution, Baker College does not require either ACT or SAT tests as a condition of admission. However, if you do take one or both tests, we encourage you to have the test results sent to Baker College. Talk to the admissions advisor on your campus to learn more about our undergraduate admissions policy.
- If I need help with my reference page, should I make an appointment at the Writing Center or can someone at the library help me?
It depends on the help you need. A reference librarian or Learning Center staff member may be able to help you, but they may refer you to the Writing Center. To find out how to schedule an appointment at your campus, contact your campus librarians.