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Minnesota State College Southeast
A Technical & Community College
Accuplacer Testing

Placement Test Scores

Liberal Arts & Sciences/General Education Requirements

State policy requires that all students meet the Next-Gen Accuplacer, ACT, SAT or MCA test minimum scores to get into the 1100 level English and Math courses. If you do not meet the minimum scores, you will need to take and pass the prerequisite courses (Pre-College Math, Reading and Writing II and College Success Strategies) prior to taking the 1100 transfer level course. See Liberal Arts and Sciences General Education Course Requirements for details. You can also find more information about the Next-Gen Accuplacer exam on the FAQ page.

Please note: The Math placement test is not required. However, if you choose not to take the Math test you will be placed in a developmental math class and must successfully complete prior to advancing into the next level math class.

To view your course placement level, log into eServices and look under the courses and registration tab.  

 


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