## How long is the accuplacer math?

90 minutes

**Do accuplacer scores expire?**

When do my ACCUPLACER results expire? All math, developmental reading and writing, and ESL course placements are valid for one year from the date of assessment. College level placements in reading and writing are valid for three years from the date of assessment.

**What is the average score on the Accuplacer test?**

221 to 250

### How long are math placement tests?

30 to 60 minutes

**Can I take the accuplacer more than once?**

You can take the test as many times as you need to until you pass. The test is untimed and is open book. You may use your training materials as you test.

**What should I study for the math accuplacer?**

Studying for the ACCUPLACER Math Test is Very Important!

- Operations involving whole numbers and fractions.
- Operations involving decimals and percents.
- Applications and problem solving.

## How many times can you take a placement test?

You may take the placement test twice (2 times) in three years. Test scores will expire after three (3) years.

**What is a passing score on the math accuplacer?**

Each university determines what constitutes a “good” ACCUPLACER test score. Given that, our general advice is that you should aim for a score at least a 237 or higher.

**Why do students take Accuplacer tests?**

The ACCUPLACER is a placement test for community college (also known as junior college). It’s used to assess your current skill level and readiness for the types of schoolwork you’ll be required to do in community college — specifically, reading, writing, and math.

### What is a good score on the accuplacer next generation?

Score range: 236 and below To gain more information on skills and knowledge students in this score band can typically demonstrate, it may be advisable to administer the Next-Generation Quantitative Reasoning, Algebra, and Statistics placement test.

**What is a good score on the accuplacer math test?**

ACCUPLACER Scores Table 2019

Section | Low Score | Sufficient Score |
---|---|---|

College-Level Math | 20–39 | 86–102 |

Elementary Algebra | – | 82–108 |

Reading Comprehension | – | 78–98 |

Sentence Skills | – | 87–108 |

**Can I take the Accuplacer test at home?**

These tests are not offered online. Accuplacer exams must be completed at an approved testing location, where test-takers are supervised for the duration of the test. Those who need to take an Accuplacer exam must make arrangements to take them at one of the following locations.

## How does the math placement test work?

The purpose of a placement test is to determine how much you know and how well you know it. There is no “passing” or “failing” on a placement test. A placement test serves only to “place” you in one math class or another. There is no “passing” or “failing” with a placement test; there is only “placing”.

**How many questions are on the math accuplacer?**

20 questions

**Is the accuplacer test hard?**

The Accuplacer sample questions show that the test is not very hard. You’ll do fine if percentages and subject-verb agreement are fairly deep in your blood. But rusty basic skills will send you into a black hole of remediation. Accuplacer scores are good for two years, after which students need retesting.