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READING PLACEMENT EXAM

ACCUPLACER NEXT GENERATION READING (20 Questions)

  • Score 246+ – ENG101 & ENG099 (ALP)
  • Score 232-245 – ENG/RDG090
  • Score 231 or lower – Refer to the ASC

MATH PLACEMENT EXAM

ACCUPLACER NEXT GENERATION  MATH TEST (no hand held calculators)

Arithmetic Test (20 questions)

With a score of 230+ on this test, you can enroll in the following math classes:

  • (Beginning Algebra MTH002)
  • (Business Math MGT103)

Quantitative Reasoning, Algebra, and Statistics Test (20 questions)

With a score of score 230+ on this test, you can enroll in the following math classes:

  • (Survey of College Math w/support MTH091)
  • (Introductory Statistics w/ support MTH092)
  • (Intermediate Algebra MTH128)
  • (Technical Math I MTH121)

With a score of 240+ on this test, you can enroll in the following math classes:

  • (Survey of College Math MTH131)
  • (Introductory Statistics MTH132)
  • (Structures of the Real Number System MTH130)

Advanced Algebra and Functions Test( 20 questions)

With a score of 230+, you can enroll in the following math classes:

  • (Intermediate Algebra MTH128)
  • (Technical Math MTH121)
  • (College Algebra w/support MTH094)

With a score of 245+, you can enroll in the following math classes:

  • (College Algebra MTH134)

With a score of 250+, you can enroll in the following math classes:

  • (Calculus for Business and Social Sciences MTH161)
  • (Business Statistics BUS168)
  • (Probability and Statistics MTH168)
  • (Trigonometry MTH133)
  • (Pre-Calculus MTH141)

With a score of 265+, you can enroll in the following math classes:

  • (Calculus I MTH180)

Math Skills Topics include:

Arithmetic:

Questions will focus on computation, order of operations, estimation and rounding, comparing and ordering values in different formats, and recognizing equivalent values across formats. Some questions may present a real-world context that you will need to analyze and solve.

Quantitative Reasoning, Algebra, and Functions:

Questions will focus on applying ratios and proportional reasoning, creating linear expressions and equations, understanding probability, and interpreting graphical displays. Some questions may present a real-world context that you will need to analyze and solve.

Advanced Algebra and Functions:

Questions will focus on equations and functions, including linear, quadratic, rational, radical, polynomial, and exponential. Some questions will focus on advanced geometry and trigonometry. In addition, some questions may present a real-world context that you will need to analyze and solve.