Take a Practice Test
As the test determines your first year course load, it is vital with the test format, test questions, and test strategies and that you practice taking the test that you familiarize yourself. To do so, we strongly recommend that you:
Overall, the placement test consist of two parts: an English or ESL Part and a Math Part.
If your primary language that is spoken except that English, perhaps you are asked to make the ESL part, which includes ESL Listening, ESL Writing, and ESL Reading Skills sections.
On the other hand, if you are a native English speaker, you’re going to be asked to use the English part, which includes English Writing (Writeplacer) and English Reading Comprehension (Next-Generation Reading) Sections.
Finally, the Math Part consists of three sections:
- Next-Generation Arithmetic
- Next-Generation Quantitative Reasoning Algebra, and Statistics (QAS)
- Next-Generation Advanced Algebra and Functions (AAF)
Dependent on your performance, you may be asked to take one, two, or all three parts of the Math Test.
All parts and sections of the placement test are computer-based, and offered by the Main Campus and Regional Centers. No computer skills are required. You just utilize the mouse to click on the answer.
English and ESL Writing Sections
When you look at the English or ESL writing sections, you will have 60 minutes to write about a subject you will be given that day. Topics are chosen randomly. The writing sample will be scored by ACCUPLACER; if required, it may also be reviewed by people in the English Department who will be taught to read and evaluate placement essays. Continuar leyendo «Please take a moment to check out the test descriptions below. They are going to help offer you an idea of what to anticipate regarding the placement test that is actual.»