Accuplacer Tests

Although Cape Cod Community College has an open admissions policy, appropriate skill levels in English, reading and mathematics are needed for success in any program of study and are prerequisites to enrollment in many introductory courses at this College. Therefore, the College administers skills assessments in these areas.

For more information about the Basic Skills Assessment and/or the Campus-Wide Accuplacer Retest Policies, visit the Admissions page at https://www.capecod.edu/web/academic-policies/admissions#basic-skills.

Scheduling an Accuplacer Readiness Assessment:

Students can follow the link below in order to schedule an assessment. If you need further assistance, please call (774) 330-4543.

If you had an individualized educational plan in high school, please contact the O'Neill Center for Student Access and Support to find out if you qualify for accommodations during your test. Their Web address is https://www.capecod.edu/disability/index.html

In order to schedule an Academic Readiness Assessment, go to: https://4csemas.as.me/readiness

Preparation:

We offer review sites as well as Math and English Refresher Workshops

Please check our site for the upcoming workshops or call (774) 330-4543 for more information.

Directions: Park in lot #9. Walk up the driveway across from lot #9, the Grossman Building will be on your left. Use the entrance located beyond the steps and across from the WKKL radio station. As you enter the building, take the elevator immediately on your right to floor #2. The Student Readiness Office is to your left as you exit the elevator.  Handicapped parking is available in front of the Grossman Commons. For verbal directions, please call (774) 330-4909.

What to Bring: One photo ID, all other personal items are prohibited from the Student Readiness Office; please see the publisher's guidelines for your particular test regarding prohibited items.

Please arrive 15 minutes prior to your scheduled appointment.

On the Day of Testing: Your appointment will be approximately three (3) hours long and will include testing at the Student Readiness Office; meeting with an advisor to choose courses at the Advising Center; and registering for those courses at the Registrar's Office.

(If you have concerns about the weather and the status of the campus, please call the Weather Hotline at (508) 375-4070 before attempting to come to the campus to test.)

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