Standardized testing, such as the Accuplacer, is not the sole means to determine college readiness. Aims uses multiple measures to determine college-readiness and preparedness for specific college coursework. This includes various assessment scores as well as grades shown on high school and college transcripts.
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- Reading - 17
- English - 18
- Math - 19
ACT scores are valid for three years.
- Evidence-Based Reading and Writing - 470
- Math - 500
SAT scores are valid for three years.
Before taking the Accuplacer, please speak with an advisor to determine if it is necessary.
- Reading - 241
- Writing - 246
- Advanced Algebra & Functions - 245
Classic (in January 2019, this version of the Accuplacer was replaced with the Next-Generation version. The Classic Accuplacer can no longer be taken and the scores will be older than 3 years.)
- Reading Comprehension - 80
- Sentence Skills - 95
- Math - 85
Accuplacer scores are valid for three years.
- Reasoning Through Language Arts - 165
- Mathematical Reasoning - 165
Scores must be from after 2014.
- Language Arts Reading - 15
- Language Arts Writing - 15
- Math - 15
HiSET scores are valid for 10 years.
- Language Arts Reading - 580
- Language Arts Writing - 560 plus 6 on the Writing Essay
- Math - 560
TASC scores are valid for 10 years.
- Overall GPA and high school English or math courses completed with a C or higher.
High school transcripts are valid for 10 years after graduation date.
- A college-level GT Pathways-approved English or Math course, completed with a C or higher.
- Earned an A.A. or A.S. degree from a regionally accredited college.
College transcripts must be official and submitted to email@example.com and are subject to evaluation by college staff.