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Accuplacer Testing Monday, November 6th, 2023

Posted November 2, 2023

Students are scheduled to take the Accuplacer Test Monday, November 6th, 2023. Below you will find the information needed to 

Arrival Time: Check-in from 8:15am-8:25 am in the gym.

Testing Time: Students can expect to be done testing anytime between 10:30 and 12:55am at the latest depending on whether they complete one, two or three tests. Once a student finishes their tests they are done and may leave for the day.

Depending on your students progress, they will be taking:

  • Math
  • English
  • Or both (Math and English)

Late arrivals will not be allowed to test once testing begins so plan to arrive on time. 

Important Instructions: 

  • Bring your fully charged chromebooks with a power cord.
  • A water bottle.
  • Students will receive an email to their DPS Gmail with their room assignments

ACCUPLACER supports students ready to start earning credits toward their degree as well as those who need to develop their skills before taking college-level courses. ACCUPLACER scores let students know where they stand academically, which makes it easier for them to plan a successful path toward a college degree

Questions: If you have questions, please contact Celeste_borg@dpsk12.net or Miriam_tapia@dpsk12.net via email or by stopping into the counseling office, room 120.

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Accuplacer Information for your Student Monday, November 6th

  • The Accuplacer test provides an opportunity to take free college level classes (CE classes).
  • When you pass the Accuplacer test, you can continue your education as a college-ready student and save time and money!

Things to know about the Accuplacer test:

  1. This test is NOT timed and has up to 3 sections. Each section has approximately 20 questions.
  2. There is only one English section. 
  3. If you score very high on one Math section, you will continue to a second, advanced Math section. 

Why am I taking Accuplacer? There are different reasons for different students.

  • You are a junior who could be eligible for college level classes next year. 
  • You are in PTECH and you could be eligible for college level classes next year.

Here are your student goal scores:

Test NameScore for CE Placement
WritingAt LEAST 246
Quantitative Reasoning, Algebra, Statistics (QAS)At LEAST 240
Advanced Algebraic Functions (AAF)At LEAST 245

Students can  use the Accuplacer Study guide to prepare for the test here: https://accuplacer.collegeboard.org/students/prepare-for-accuplacer/practice

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