Last Updated: Jun 01, 2022 Views: 15
Study rooms cannot be reserved. Early mornings, Saturday all day, and summer are typically less busy times in the UGA Libraries' spaces and you might be able to secure a quiet space for taking an online entrance exam. Here is information on our spaces and some things to keep in mind.
- The McBay Science Library and Main Library have single person study carrels that are first come, first serve. Locations and info: Study Carrels | UGA Libraries
- Group Study Rooms in the Main Library can be occupied by a single person. They are all on the first floor and do fill up fast.
- At the MLC, the 4th floor is the quietest floor. Groups take priority over individuals, however so if it is busy, an individual may be asked to make way for a group.
- Different tests (LSAT, MCAT, GRE, etc.) will have different requirements for your exam setup. Be sure to come in to look at a space before to decide to use it to see if it fit the requirements.
- MLC, Main, and McBay Science Libraries have laptops you can check out. These have a webcam and a mike, but you will not have administrative access. If the test requires specific software to be downloaded, for example for proctoring, you will need to bring your own laptop (and cord).
- The UGA Libraries does not offer proctoring services.