Cook County Higher Education is an Accuplacer testing center.
Minnesota State universities and colleges administer the Accuplacer to assess the college readiness of incoming students. The Accuplacer tests are multiple choice, untimed assessments offered at no cost to students. Although the test is not pass/fail, results do determine what course placements are most appropriate for student success. Accuplacer scores are good for up to roughly 3 years (mathematics are good for only 2 years). The test system is computerized and individuals receive their test scores as soon as they have completed their exam.
Students not satisfied with their placements may (in most cases) retest only once (per test section) within twelve (12) months of the first testing date. Often a minimal fee will be required as part of the retest process.
Disability Accommodations: If you have a documented disability, please contact your institution’s test center for information.
What to Bring on Test Day: Take your photo ID and any special materials that your college may ask you to bring.
Accuplacer Information, including a user guide, practice tests, understanding the test
Math Practice Exams with Video Solutions, developed by the Anoka-Ramsey Community College Math Department
Accuplacer Test Score Information