What To Do After Testing

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Students that have completed the assessment exams will find their Official placement results in their MySite or they can be obtained from the Matriculation Office in Village 8-5 with photo identification. You can review the placement links under "Assessment and Placement" to the left for more information about each placement level.

How To Obtain Your OFFICIAL Assessment (Test) Results

  1. Click on the following link to be directed right to the Assessment & Placement page in your MySite: Obtaining your placement results
  2. OR, while in your MySite, follow the instructions below:
  • Click on the link that reads: My Information
  • Click on the link that reads: Matriculation
  • Click on the link that reads: Assessment & Placement

If you do not have placement results please fill out the online re-score request form.

Documents to Help Understand Your Placement

Math Placement Challenge using High School Transcripts

High School Math ChallengeStudents may challenge their math placement by submitting official or unofficial high school transcripts (report cards are not accepted) showing completed course work in Algebra I, Algebra II, Trigonometry, Pre-Calculus, Math Analysis, or AP Calculus with a grade of C or better.

Challenge Requirements:

  • Math course sequences must be complete. i.e. Alg 1A & 1B
  • Courses that are still in progress cannot be used.
  • Math courses must have a grade of C or better (C- grades and lower are not accepted).
  • Math courses taken in adult education or summer school can NOT be used for this challenge.
  • Continuation schools or any high school that does not instruct from the District curriculum will NOT be accepted.

High school transcripts can be used as a challenge only after a student has completed one of the math assessment exams. The Math department holds the right to deny this challenge based on when and where the courses to be evaluated have been taken.

Note:The Math Challenge form is required when sending official or unofficial high school transcripts to the Matriculation Office.

Important Things to Remember:

  • Freshman Advantage students must take the math assessment exam before they can submit a High School Math Challenge.
  • Only grades of C or better in each math course sequences can be used for the High School Math Challenge. (course sequences with grades of C- or lower cannot be used)
  • High school Geometry classes cannot be used for the math challenge process.
  • The math challenge process will take a minimum of 5 business days to complete so please submit your request at least 2 weeks prior to your registration period.

English Placement Appeal

Women Studying If a Freshman Advantage student believes that their English placement recommendation is not indicative of his/her abilities, the student may appeal their English placement before the 6 month waiting period by taking the Writing Sample Appeal. The Writing Sample Appeal is a different exam where students will read a prompt/passage and write a short essay answering the prompt. If the student elects to take the writing sample test, it will be the one and only time they can appeal their English placement results.

Writing Sample Test Dates

Important things to remember:

  • We CANNOT use high school transcripts as an English placement appeal.
  • You can only use the Writing Sample appeal process one time.
  • Once you attempt the appeal you cannot take the regular assessment exam again. This is a final appeal.
  • Writing Sample exams can take up to 5 business days to score so please plan ahead.

 

How To Obtain Your Challenge/Appeal Results

Please view all challenge and appeal results on your Placement Info page in MySite. Viewing your results on this page will allow you to see all comments that were posted in regards to the results.

  1. Click on the following link to be directed right to the Placement Info page in your MySite: Viewing your evaluation results
  2. OR, while in your MySite, follow the instructions below:
  • Click on the link that reads: My Information
  • Click on the link that reads: Matriculation
  • Click on the link that reads: Placement Info