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Providing the Right Fit of Classes for You

When you become an NECC student, you will take the Academic Placement Assessment, or ACCUPLACER, which will help to accurately place you in the appropriate English, writing, and math classes to ensure your success.

This is not a pass/fail test, but you want to do your best as you will be placed in courses according to your results. No appointment is necessary to take the ACCUPLACER (unless you need learning accommodations) and you will want to allow three hours to complete the entire assessment.

Check out our walk in ACCUPLACER Schedule on the Haverhill and Lawrence Campus.

You Need to Take the ACCUPLACER

  • If you enroll in a degree or certificate program
  • If you enroll in any math, developmental reading, or English Composition I course
  • Before you complete six credits

Students with Disabilities

Special accommodations during assessment can be provided for students with documented disabilities. You must make arrangements in advance by contacting the Learning Accommodations Center.

English as a Second Language (ESL) Assessment
Steps required to take the ACCUPLACER
Tips for Taking the ACCUPLACER
Remote Testing

More Information

For information on other testing services, including TEAS, GED/HiSET, certification exams, and more, visit Testing Services.

For information on how you can earn credit for prior learning, including CLEP and challenge exams, credentials, and portfolio and military evaluations, visit Credit for Prior Learning.

More Information in More Details

Donna Bertolino
Associate Dean, Student Success & Support Services
Phone: 978-556-3431
Email: dbertolino@necc.mass.edu

 

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