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COMPASS Placement Test Proficiency

COMPASS Placement Test

**NOTICE:  COMPASS is no longer being used as of 12/1/16.  We will however continue to take valid scores for up to (3) three years.**

Reading Comprehension

  • Score of 81 or above indicates entry-level proficiency
  • Student may proceed with enrollment based on the outcome of the remaining assessments.
  • Score of 80 or below indicates performance deficiency
  • Student must enroll in READ 0143 Reading Fundamentals.

Writing Skills

  • Score of 74 or above indicates entry-level proficiency
  • Student may enroll in ENGL 1033-Technical Writing or ENGL 1113 Freshman Composition 1.
  • Score of 73 or below indicates performance deficiency
  • Student must enroll in ENGL 0143 English Fundamentals.
  • Score of 97 or above
  • Student has satisfied the first part of the requirement of Advanced Standing Credit in ENGL 1113 Freshman Composition I. Student may schedule with the Assessment Center to complete the assessment, which consist of writing an essay. (Must test prior to attending the class ).

Pre-Algebra (Arith)

  • Score of 46 or above indicates entry-level proficiency - Student may enroll in MATH 2003 Business Math.
  • Score of 45 or below indicates performance deficiency - Student must enroll in MATH 0143 Math Fundamentals.

College Algebra

  • College Algebra Score of 45 or above on the College Algebra indicates entry-level proficiency
  • Student may enroll in MATH 1513 College Algebra

OR

  • A score of 68 or above on Algebra (Intermediate) indicates entry-level proficiency
  • Student may enroll in MATH 1513 College Algebra.

Science

  • Score of 123 or above indicates entry-level proficiency
  • Combined reading and College Algebra score ( may not be deficient in either area).
  • Score of 149 or above indicates entry-proficiency
  • Combined reading and algebra (may not be deficient in either area).

Proficiency at a Glance

Reading Comp 81 or above
Writing Skills 74 or above
Pre-Algebra 46 or above
College Algebra 45 or above

Note: Unless otherwise specified by program requirements, students must remove curricular deficiencies within the first 24 trimester credit hours attempted.

 

ACCUPLACER Placement Test Proficiency

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ACCUPLACER Placement Test

Students may test three times on each component

Reading Comprehension

  • Score of 75 or above indicates entry-level proficiency
  • Student may proceed with enrollment based on the outcome of the remaining assessments
  • Score of 74 or below indicates the need for further development in the area
  • Student must enroll in READ 0143 Reading Fundamentals

Sentence Skills

  • Score of 80 or above OR a score of 70-79 and a WritePlacer score of 5 indicates entry-level proficiency
  • Student may enroll in ENGL 1033-Technical Writing or ENGL 1113 Freshman Composition 1
  • Score of 69 or below indicates the need for further development in the area
  • Student must enroll in ENGL 0143 English Fundamentals.
  • Score of 116 or above
  • Student has satisfied the first part of the requirement of Advanced Standing Credit in ENGL 1113 Freshman Composition I. Student may schedule with the Assessment Center to complete the assessment, which consist of writing an essay. (Must test prior to attending the class).

Arithmetic

  • Score of 70 or above indicates entry-level proficiency - Student may enroll in MATH 2003 Business Math
  • Score of 69 or below indicates the need for further development in the area - Student must enroll in MATH 0143 Math Fundamentals

Elementary Algebra

  • Elementary Algebra Score of 74 or above indicates entry-level proficiency
  • Student may enroll in MATH 1513 College Algebra
     
  • Score of 50-73 indicates need for further development in the area - Student must enroll in MATH 0163 Intermediate Algebra
     
  • Score of 0-49 indicated need for further development in the area - Student must enroll in MATH 0153 Algebra Fundamentals
     
  • Score of 108 or above in Elementary Algebra - Student qualifies for Advanced Standing Credit 

 

Science

  • Student must meet entry-level proficiency scores for both Reading (75) and Elementary Algebra (74).

Proficiency at a Glance

Reading Comp 75 or above
Sentence Skills 80 or above
Pre-Algebra 70 or above
Elementary Algebra 74 or above

Note: Unless otherwise specified by program requirements, students must remove curricular deficiencies within the first 24 trimester credit hours attempted.