Tests of Adult Basic Education
Tests of Adult Basic Education (TABE) test scores are required of all students in occupational and certificate programs to meet the Florida Department of Education’s minimum basic skill requirements. The TABE test is a broad range achievement test that measures basic skills in reading, language, mathematics, and spelling. The complete battery requires approximately four hours.
Some programs require TABE completion prior to registration. Please see the college catalog for those programs.
Students with disabilities may request test accommodations by contacting the college’s disabilities specialist prior to testing.
Access this link for a computer aided tutorial for TABE practice:
Pre-scheduling of any testing is required.
The test fee for non-SFSC students is $30.
There is a retake fee of $5 for all students.
You MUST present an appropriate photo ID at time of testing which has your name and signature and a recognizable photograph. The following are acceptable:
- A current driver’s license
- A current passport
- A current SFSC ID