What is the ACCUPLACER test?
The test provides useful information about academic skills in Math, English, and Reading. Academic advisors and admissions counselors use the test results, along with transcripts, goals, and interests, to determine college course selection and placement.
Student performance on the ACCUPLACER is evaluated in conjunction with the other assessments of the student’s academic readiness for university instruction.
Who takes the test?
Students may need to take the ACCUPLACER test if they:
- are a high school senior applying for fall term
- have a grade point average on the College Preparatory Curriculum that is below required level
- have a composite ACT score does not reach the required level
When to take the test?
At Delta State, the ACCUPLACER test is administered multiple times throughout the spring semester. All tests will be administered in the Academic Support Services Office, Union 311, and will begin at 9:00 a.m., but students are REQUIRED to arrive by 8:45 a.m. to complete the registration process.
Rules & Regulations
Students planning to take the ACCUPLACER test at Delta State should arrive at the test site 15 minutes prior to the test time to complete the registration process. Please do not be late. To ensure a quality testing environment, no student will be allowed to enter the academic lab once the test has begun. Students should bring pencils, scratch paper, a picture ID, and the letter referring them to the ACCUPLACER, and should plan to remain in the test approximately two hours. THE USE OF CALCULATORS WILL NOT BE ALLOWED. Students must preregister for the test. If ADA accommodations are required, you must contact the Office of Academic Support Services one week in advance of the testing date to allow time for the necessary arrangements to be made.
For more information about the ACCUPLACER or to register for a test, contact Tricia Killebrew. If calling to register for a test, have the following information available when calling: full name, date of birth, phone number, and social security number.
Need to Know Info
Students may take the test at any of the eight state-supported four-year universities in the state of Mississippi.
The test may be taken multiple times during the spring, but only if at least 30 days have passed since the previous attempt, regardless of the test site.
All students who plan to enroll at Delta State should have test scores faxed to the Admission’s Office (662-846-4018). If a student takes the ACCUPLACER at Delta State and needs the scores sent to another school, the student must provide the email address of the admissions counselor at the time of the test.
Delta State does not charge a fee for administering the test.