Please email our testing office at firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule a remote testing appointment for your placement tests.
Welcome to Testing and Assessment Services at AACC. There are lots of reasons you may need to take a test: as part of the application process, as an assessment for a college class or as a final step in earning a professional certification. While we know testing can be stressful, we think of testing as an opportunity for you to take a step closer to achieving your goals.
Depending on your goals, there are several categories of tests you may need to take at AACC. The links below describe the types of tests we offer, including step-by-step instructions for scheduling, preparing for and taking each exam.
Welcome to AACC! Starting with 2019 fall enrollment, student may be able to use their unweighted 11th grade high school GPA to place into classes. Our testing specialist will help you determine if it is still necessary for you to complete the placement test. If you do need to take a placement test, visit our testing site. You'll find helpful information about the placement test, including how to prepare for the test.
Although the physical doors at AACC are closed, we will continue to offer placement testing through online proctoring.
In certain situations students may need to complete their exam at one of our testing centers. Please view this page to obtain our Testing Center requirements. Also, students with accommodations will be able to view what services we provide and instructions on how to make accommodation appointments.
Students that are taking exams for an AACC course and are not located near one of our testing centers can request that another institution proctor their exam.
The AACC Testing Centers offer many professional certifications to students and community members.
We provide proctoring services for students from many institutions located within the United States.
The testing center serves as an arm of a comprehensive community college in order to provide test administration services to both traditional and non-traditional students of the college and residents of Anne Arundel County.
We meet this mission by: