How many questions are on the accuplacer?
Also, how is the accuplacer scored?
Accuplacer tests are given to determine if a person is ready to take college-level classes in key subject areas. The lowest possible score a person can receive is 20, while the highest score is 120. The Next-Generation Accuplacer math tests and Reading and Writing tests are scored in the 200 to 300 point range.
Subsequently, question is, can you use a calculator on the accuplacer? ACCUPLACER does NOT permit the use of personal calculators on the Math portion of placement test. ACCUPLACER expects students to be able to correctly answer certain questions without the assistance of a calculator. Therefore, they provide an onscreen calculator for students to use on some questions.
People also ask, how long does the accuplacer take?
What questions are on the Accuplacer test?
- Reading (20 Questions)
- Writing (25 Questions)
- Arithmetic (20 Questions)
- Quantitative Reasoning, Algebra, & Statistics (20 Questions)
- Advanced Algebra & Functions (20 Questions)
- WritePlacer (1 Written Essay)