Admissions

Accuplacer

 

The Accuplacer placement test provides information about students’ English and Math skills.  Results are used to place students in the appropriate-level course(s).  More information about Accuplacer is available at www.collegeboard.com.

 

 

To reserve a seat for testing, call 856.351.2716 or 856.351.2703

 

ALL ACCUPLACER TESTING HELD IN TILLIS 106

Upcoming Accuplacer Dates

September 2014

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Students must submit an admissions application two weeks prior to scheduling placement testing. The test takes approximately 2-3 hours to complete. Students must bring a government-issued photo ID.

To reserve a seat for testing, call 856.351.2716 or 856.351.2703.

 

Who must take the Accuplacer Test?

  • All new degree/certificate-seeking students
  • All non-degree students who wish to take a math or English course or any other course that has a math or English prerequisite
  • Students who tested more than three years ago but did not enroll in courses.

 

Who is exempt?

  • Students who present proof of completion of the Accuplacer Test at another N.J. college (within three years). May be exempt.
  • Students who present proof (transcript or grade report) of successfully completing a college-level math and English course at another college.
  • Students who provide proof of having taken the SAT within the past three years with a score of 540 or higher in the critical reading section are exempt from the English Accuplacer test.
  • Students who provide proof of having taken the SAT, within the past three years with a score of 530 of higher in mathematics, are exempt from the math accuplacer test.
  • Students who have completed high school with a 3.0 or higher G.P.A. (out of 4.0) are exempt.
  • Current high school juniors and seniors with a 3.0 or higher G.P.A. (out of 4.0) are exempt.