UPCOMING TESTING DATES & LOCATIONS
May 7th at 3:30pm Grossnickle Hall, Room 418
May 9th at 12:00pm Grossnickle Hall, Room 418
*The above Freshmen placement test dates are for the fall 2014 semester.
Sample Math Questions for Students
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Kaleema Lewis at 201-200-3305. Thank you.
The Karnoutsos Arts and Science Hall is located near the center of the NJCU campus. For a map of NJCU please click on the link below:
Who Must Take This Test
New Jersey City University requires that the following students take this test:
Where and When the test is given
The placement test is given in computer labs throughout campus at New Jersey City University. Times and locations are updated frequently via our web site.
No books, calculators, dictionaries, cell phones, or papers of any kinds are not to be out during the test period. Anyone who gives or receives help during the test, uses notes or papers of any kind, or removes test materials or notes from the room will not be permitted to continue the test. The university will invalidate any test scores if there is any reason to question the validity of the test scores.
Special Arrangements with for Students with Disabilities
If you have a learning or physical disability that would prevent you from taking the test under standard conditions, you may request special accommodations and arrangements to take it either on a regularly scheduled test date or at a specially scheduled administration. No charge is made for these arrangements. For details, please contact the Testing Center at 201-200-3305.
Computer Placement Test
The placement test assesses a student's skill level in English (Writing), English (Reading), Mathematics (Computation), Mathematics (Algebra), and Computer Skills (CSP); determining which of the required courses students will take during their first semester at New Jersey City University. This test (ACCUPLACER) was designed by the College Entrance Examination Board to assess student skill level, provide placement, and advisement for students entering two or four-year institutions of higher education. The ACCUPLACER test is presented in a computer-adaptive mode, and test scores are available soon after testing.
Students needing remediation in any of the five skills assessed (writing, reading, computation, algebra, and computer skills) are placed into Academic Foundations courses. Students demonstrating the need to receive remediation in these particular areas are strongly encouraged to fulfill such requirements during their first semester at NJCU. Your advisor will meet with you to discuss which Academic Foundations courses, if any, you will be required to take.