The placement test at AACC is used to assess college-level skills in mathematics, English and reading. The computerized placement test (ACCUPLACER) is offered to new students to assist AACC staff in determining course placement. This is not a college admissions test.
After the test has been completed and scored, an advisor will review the results with the student and offer suggestions for appropriate workshops.
There are three types of placement tests:
The testing office has created a prep workshop in Canvas for all new students to review placement criteria, purpose and study resources prior to taking the ACCUPLACER Placement test. This free resource offers general information on college admission, testing and retake options. The guide also provides sample questions for the ACCUPLACER English, reading, math and ESL placement tests. You also will find sample questions for the Arithmetic Placement test.
Students must complete the instructional modules of this course prior to taking their ACCUPLACER test through the Testing Center.
In order to access this workshop, students must:
More information about activating your MyAACC account can be found in the email sent to you after completing your application, or on our Using MyAACC webpage.
The ACCUPLACER Prep Canvas Site contains the following information in order to assist you with your placement:
Need more help? Our staff is here to answer your questions and provide guidance.
If you would like to meet with someone to discuss your individual placement needs, or if you need help with navigating the Canvas site, complete the Placement Needs Request Form.
If you would like to speak with someone at the center, call 410-777-2375 or email Testing Center.
Provided by College Board and ACCUPLACER, this free app works on most internet devices including computers (PC/Mac), smartphones and tablets.
The study app features practice tests in arithmetic, elementary algebra, college-level math, reading comprehension and sentence skills. Students can review content and evaluate their skills prior to sitting for the actual placement exam.