If you are serious about joining the military, then get serious
about taking the Armed Services Vocation Aptitude Battery (ASVAB).
The ASVAB is a timed multi-aptitude test including arithmetic
reasoning, word knowledge, paragraph comprehension, and mathematics
Start now by taking the practice ASVAB
If you have not demonstrated college readiness with SAT or ACT
scores, you may be required to take a Placement Test. These tests
help a college determine which classes are appropriate for you to
take as you begin college.
Visit the CollegeBoard to read basic information and tips for
taking the ACCUPLACER
tests, along with exploring sample
CollegeBoard advises that students may find SAT test preparation
useful to refresh their skills prior to taking the ACCUPLACER,
including reviewing basic concepts in reading, grammar, arithmetic,
trigonometry and algebra.
COMMUNITY COLLEGE PLACEMENT TEST (CCPT)
The CCPT consists of two sections:
- English: this section is comprised of 25 multiple choice
questions on reading and an essay on an assigned topic. View the study resources available for the English
- Math: this section is comprised of an adaptive 30-question
basic algebra test followed by a 35-question diagnostic test.
Calculators are embedded in the test for certain questions.
(Handheld calculators are not allowed.) View the study resources available for the Math
The test is not timed, but takes approximately three hours to
What math pathway do you need to take for your degree or
certificate? This is important for choosing the correct math study
materials for your test prep. View the Math Matrix to determine what pathway your
It is recommended to take the two sections on separate days to
avoid testing fatigue.
Cost is $10 for any testing session.