What is the Accuplacer exam?

Accuplacer is a computerized test that evaluates your skills in order to place you in the appropriate courses. Accuplacer offers tests in Reading Comprehension, Sentence Skills, and Algebra/Mathematics. Accuplacer is a placement test – not an I.Q. test.

How much does the test cost?

The Accuplacer test costs $15.00 regardless of whether you are taking one section or all three sections.

Where do I pay for the test?

You pay for the test at the Cashier’s Office prior to testing. The Cashier’s Office accepts payment in the form of a check, money order, debit or credit card (MasterCard, Visa, and Discover Card), or cash. Be sure to take your receipt to the Testing Center as proof of payment.

When is the exam offered?

Beebe Campus

Monday – Thursday:

8:30 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.


By appointment only. 

All other campuses call for a testing appointment. 

How can I register for this exam?

Examinees should call the campus Testing Center for information regarding the testing schedule. 

What time should I arrive to the testing location?

Students should arrive 15 minutes before the exam is scheduled to begin.

How can I prepare for this exam?

Test prep information can be found at:

Can I use a calculator?

You may not use a hand-held calculator. There is one on the computer to use during the math portion of the test.

What should I bring the day of the test?

You must bring the receipt you received from the Cashier’s Office and a valid photo ID.

When will I receive my scores?

You may print your results as soon as you complete the exam.

What is the re-test policy?

You can retest the next available testing day to repeat any section of the Accuplacer exam. You can take the Accuplacer test up to three times within a 30 day period.

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