How do I interpret my Accuplacer scores?
Your proctor may be able to interpret your scores. An Academic Advisor will also review your scores and explain your placement during your first advising appointment.
What if I don't do well on the Accuplacer?
An Academic Advisor will review your scores and may recommend a retest or placement into a foundational course. Your scores will not affect your acceptance, as they are used for placement purposes.
My voucher code expired or doesn't work. What should I do?
Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to request a new voucher. Vouchers are typically valid for 60 days.
What do I need for my testing appointment?
Please arrive on time for your testing appointment and bring a photo ID. Remote testing will require a scan of your surroundings and other anti-cheating measures. On-campus testing will provide scratch paper. Students are not allowed to use other devices such as cell phones during the test. Calculators are provided. Please allow up to 3 hours for your test and be respectful of the proctor and other students who may be testing.
Can I take the Accuplacer multiple times?
To ensure accurate scores, students may only test multiple times in certain circumstances. If a retest is recommended by an Academic Advisor, it will be facilitated by the Admissions department.