What are the NYS Regents Exams Locations?

Instructor: Laura Melega
This article discusses the locations where the Regents Exams are offered in the state of New York. You'll also find out about when these exams are offered, and how you can prepare for them.

Where to Take an NYS Regents Exam

Regents Exams can only be given at official testing locations in the state of New York. Secondary schools that have been approved for giving secondary-level state tests are places that qualify as official testing centers.

When Regents Exams Are Offered

Regents Exams are given in the months of January, June and August. There is a four-day testing period in January, a nine-day period in June, and a two-day window in August. There are morning as well as afternoon administrations on the vast majority of testing days.

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