Placement Testing is available at New Eagle Registration & Orientation events and by appointment.
In some cases, it is possible to set up off-site testing. To arrange for placement testing or if you have placement questions, contact the Transitional Studies Office.
All students taking a placement test are required to show a valid photo ID.
Students with an ACT Reading and/or English score below 19 or SAT Writing & Language score below 26 and/or Reading score below 25 are required to take the CSC English placement test.
The English placement test is designed to ensure that students are placed in an appropriate English course.
Students are given 3 writing prompt options. They select and respond to one.
Your writing sample will be evaluated by the English Department Faculty who also teach the classes in which students will be placed (SLO#2 and/or English 111).
The results of a student’s CSC English placement test determine whether they are placed in an Essential Studies English course (SLO #2), a Transitional Studies English Course (ENG 111), or a combination (ENG 135 with a 1-credit ENG 111 “lab”).
Evaluation of English placement tests may take up to three weeks. Results will be emailed to students at their EagleMail accounts.
Students have the option of taking the Accuplacer mathematics test(s) for further math placement options. The Accuplacer test is designed to help determine which math classes are most appropriate for students. It is an Internet-based proctored test.
Quantitative Reasoning, Algebra, and Statistics
There are several resources available to help you review math concepts prior to completing the Accuplacer math test(s):