ACCUPLACER uses the latest computer-adaptive technology and the questions you see are based on your skill level. Your response to each question drives the difficulty level of the next question so it’s important to give each question as much thought as you can before selecting your answer.
Prospective and admitted students who need to submit test scores for admission and placement purposes should plan to take all three sections of the Next-Generation ACCUPLACER exam – the Reading and Writing sections, along with the Quantitative Reasoning, Algebra, and Statistics math section (QAS). 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 – Reading, Writing, or the Quantitative Reasoning, Algebra, and Statistics math exam (QAS) 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.
The Accuplacer is 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 12 to 24 hours. See the Proctortrack Student Guide for more information.
- Online Registration: $45.00 ($65.00 Late)
Register online for the Accuplacer (Math / Reading / Writing)
- Sections of the Accuplacer (Math, Reading, and Writing ) are available for $20.00 each.