is a computerized form of placement testing developed by ACT. COMPASS (Computer-adapted
Placement Assessment and Support Services) is an un-timed test that adjusts
to your level in reading, writing and math.
do not need computer experience to take this test. You may bring a calculator
or use the graphing calculator built in to the software. The following
calculators are not allowed: Pocket organizers, Handheld or laptop computers,
Electronic writing pads or pen-input devices, Models with a QWERTY (typewriter)
keypad, Models with built-in capability to simplify algebraic expressions,
multiply polynomials, or factor polynomials such as CFX-9970G, TI-89,
test results will be printed immediately upon completion of the test
and you may retest at that time in any area in which you feel you could
do better. Although the test is un-timed, it takes approximately two
(2) hours to complete.
Asset test is a paper/pencil placement test developed by ACT. It has three
components which measure your ability in reading, writing and math. This
test is taken to the area high schools for pre-enrollment. This test is timed
at 25 minutes for each category of reading, writing and math areas. Calculators
are allowed in the intermediate algebra portion of this test only. You will
be allowed to retest one time only, after two weeks.
call the Student Success Center at 1-800481-2242 ext.3316 for scheduling.
More Information Contact:
Mindy Ashby - Student Success Center Coordinator
at 1-800-481-2242 ext. 3316 or e-mail