Your standardized test score(s) help determine your starting class level. Refer to the charts below to see which Reading, Writing, and Math classes would be the best fit for your current abilities.
|Your academic reading
|Reading course for your level||Accuplacer Next Gen||SAT Reading||Accuplacer||SAT Reading
Prior to 2016
|ACT Reading||COMPASS Reading||ASSET Reading||Exempt***||High School GPA
|Successfully completed course**|
|<3||Referral to Adult Transitions||<223||<18||<34||n/a||<17||<12||<53||<34|
|5||ACS 108||242||22||64||450||21||18||78||41||ACS 107|
|Your academic writing level||Writing courses for your level||Accuplacer Next Gen||SAT Writ/Lang||Accuplacer||SAT Writing Prior to 2016||PSAT/
|ACT Writing||COMPASS Writing||ASSET Writing||Exempt***||High School GPA≥3.0+||Successfully completed course **|
|3||ENG 090||237||21||50||380||20||14||40||38||ENG 051|
|Your academic math level||Math courses for your level||ALEKS*||SAT||SAT Math Prior to 2016||PSAT/
|ACT Math||COMPASS code||ASSET Math||High School GPA≥3.0+||Successfully completed course **|
|0||Expired math level||Pre-algebra (CMPP)|
|2||MTH 094/097||14||470||430||450||18||44||39||MTH 067|
|2||MTH 094/097||14||470||430||450||18||1-45||39||MTH 067|
|3||MTH 125/148/160/167/169||30||530||500||500||21||46||n/a||X||MTH 094 or 097|
|4||MTH 176/181||46||560||540||530||23||66||n/a||MTH 169|
|College Algebra (CMPC)|
|7||MTH 191||76||650||630||620||28||46||n/a||MTH 180|
*If the college has more than one assessment for the student in its records, such
as the ACT, the SAT, PSAT, Accuplacer, ALEKS, and particular classes, the College
uses the highest scores or class/es) to assign the Academic Level to the student.
**Successful completion of the course listed in the "completed course" column (or one of the test scores listed next to it) will bring the student to the academic level listed next to it. Successful completion requires a minimum grade of 'C' or 'S' or 'P'. Students may enroll concurrently in MTH 176 and MTH 178 .
***Students with the following exemption test codes (EXAP (apprentice), EXPC, EXCG (prior college), EXPG, EXGU (guest student), and EXPT (old exemption code)) are assumed to have Level 6 reading and Level 6 writing. Students who have an exempt score and wish to take a Math class which requires an Academic Level must demonstrate the required Academic Level by taking ALEKS. See a WCC counselor.
+Cumulative high school GPA of 3.0 or higher calculated after completion of 11th grade or later