Accuplacer Next Generation Test
The Accuplacer Test is a series of tests that evaluate students’ skills in reading, writing, and math to help college administrators place them in courses that match their skills. These test are not timed so you can take it at your own pace section by section.
Students will need to email the following information so a print voucher can be created prior to their zoom appointment:
- Student’s First Name
- Student’s Middle Name
- Student’s Last Name
- Student Date of Birth
- Student Address
- Email Address
- Home Phone Number
- Mobile Phone Number
- Branching Profile (which test? Math or English or both).
Contact email@example.com with any questions.
A test taker must score 278 or higher on the Math section also known as QRAS, to then qualify for the AAF. When you reach that score, the AAF automatically begins/launches in the test session. When finished testing , the test taker will have generated both a QRAS score and a AAF score in the report.
Students who are applying to/are accepted to other institutions should contact those schools for instructions on signing up for an Accuplacer exam.
The test taker will be required to present a valid, unexpired photo-ID (ex. government issued driver's license, state identification card, or passport.)
You will receive your ACCUPLACER test results printout after you have completed testing.
The ACCUPLACER test can be taken a total of three times within a 30 day period starting with the first test attempt. Test takers can only take one test in each subject per day.
For more information, please consult the ACCUPLACER website.
Disability Related Accommodations
The ACCUPLACER tests are not timed. To request other accommodations, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or the UNO Office of Disability Services | The University of New Orleans (uno.edu).