With the graduation near and summer fast approaching, thousands of high school seniors are preparing to enter college. If you’re one of them, you’ve already taken your SAT or ACT and have already finished with the last of your AP exams.
What you may not realize is that you might be faced with another exam soon that could determine which classes your college lets you take your freshman year: a college placement exam, such as COMPASS, ACCUPLACER, or a different test created by your college. These exams, typically proctored on a computer, assess your reading, writing, and math skills. If you lack proficiency in a subject, you might find yourself taking remedial courses your freshman year. That means extra hours to get to your pre-reqs – and extra money.
If getting to and through college on time and with manageable student loans is a high priority to you, then you need to buy a COMPASS, ACCUPLACER, or college placement exam study guide NOW. Fortunately, Trivium Test Prep offers several study guides and practice test books geared towards incoming freshman:
To find out which exam your college or university uses, speak with your advisor or check your school’s website for information about its assessment or testing protocols.