Placement testing is
mandatory for all students taking curriculum level
courses with a developmental prerequisite. Placement testing may be
waived under the following conditions:
The student receives
transfer credit for appropriate developmental course
The student receives
transfer credit for ENG 111 and the first required
curriculum mathematics course.
The student has taken the
SAT with score of 500 or higher in:
SAT Critical Reading waives ACCUPLACER
SAT Writing waives ACCUPLACER Sentence Skills
SAT Math waives ACCUPLACER math/algebra
ACT with a composite score
of 18 or higher.
2. Placement test, SAT, and ACT
scores are valid for five (5) years from the date of
test twice within a calendar year on all or part of the placement tests.
4. There is a 2 week waiting period between test.
The purpose of the
Computerized Placement Test is to assess your ability levels in English, reading,
mathematics, and to determine the courses most appropriate for you at this time.
Types of tests:
tests help to place you in the right course(s). Since the tests measure your
capabilities, you will want to do your best. The tests adapt to your
individual abilities by selecting questions geared toward your knowledge. The
tests are not timed, and no computer skills are necessary.
|View the Testing schedule and determine the date and time you prefer to test.
||Click here to complete the Placement Test Reservation Form
Email email@example.com with preferred appointment.
Be sure to include:
First & Last name
*last 4 digits of Social Security number.
Date & Time of preferred testing
We have found that each test
usually takes students 20 to 25 minutes to complete. However, you may take as long as you
need to complete a test. The tests are not timed. Each test is designed using adaptive
techniques. This means that the computer automatically determines which questions are
presented to you based on your responses to prior questions. This technique
"zeroes-in" on just the right questions to ask you without being too easy or too
difficult. The greater your demonstrated skill level, the more challenging the questions
that will be presented to you.