Accuplacer

ACCUPLACER is a series of tests that evaluate students’ skills in reading, writing, and math to help college administrators place them in courses that match their skills.

See New Freshman Admissions Requirements for additional information.

New and current students who have been assessed developmental course placement may elect to take a single section of the exam as needed. See Math Placement for Undergraduates for more information regarding math remediation.

For practice materials, including the ACCUPLACER Study App visit Practice for ACCUPLACER.

Identification Requirements

The ID should include the student's name, signature, and a recognizable photograph.
Examples: Acceptable forms of photo identification must be current (not expired) and may include:

  • A current driver's license
  • A state approved ID
  • A current state or federal ID card
  • A current military ID
  • A current passport
  • A tribal ID card
  • A naturalization card or certificate of citizenship

Registration

  • Online Registration: $45.00
    Register online for the Accuplacer (Math / Reading / Writing)
  • Sections of the Accuplacer (Math, Reading, and Writing ) are available for $20.00 each.

The Accuplacer can be taken online using a test-at-home solution called Proctortrack. After registering for your exam, you will receive an email with a voucher for your exam and instructions on setting up your account within three business days. Once your account has been created and verified (3-6 hours) you can take the exam at home without scheduling an appointment. Your test session will be reviewed by a proctor and results are released within 2 business days. See the Proctortrack Student Guide for more information.