Testing & Assessment Center

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Placement Testing

Monroe Community College offers computerized ACCUPLACER® (English and math) and CELSA (ESOL English) placement testing. Results will determine eligibility for math, English, or ESOL classes.  Students should review prior to testing. 

There is no fee for MCC students to complete the placement test at MCC.  Students who live more than 60 miles from MCC can request off-campus testing.   

Placement Testing For Testing Dates
Spring 2017  September 19, 2016 - January 19, 2017
Summer 2017 January 3, 2017 - May 26, 2017
Fall 2017 March 6, 2017 - August 31, 2017

 

Ability-to-Benefit (ATB) Testing

Monroe Community College offers computerized Ability-to-benefit (ATB) testing, required for those applying for financial aid who do not possess a U.S. high school diploma or equivalent.  Minimum passing ATB scores: ACCUPLACER® Reading Comprehension 55, Sentence Skills 60, and Arithmetic 34 or CELSA (ESOL) 43 and ACCUPLACER® Arithmetic 34.

Students completing an ATB test are encouraged to arrive when the testing center opens for the day to ensure sufficient time to complete all required testing.  Regulations require that all ATB testing is completed on the same day.  

Other Proctoring Services

Monroe Community College proctors for the following test companies and exams:

  • Castle Worldwide
  • CLEP
  • Proctoring for other institutions
  • PSI

Contact us

testing@monroecc.edu 

Brighton Campus (585) 292-2290 (select option 3) 

Damon City Campus (585) 262-1619 (select option 3)

Fax: (585) 292-3857

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Monroe Community College's Brighton Campus testing center is a National College Testing Association (NCTA) certified test center. The ‘We Subscribe’ logo and the ‘NCTA Guidelines We Subscribe’ mark and the ‘Consortium of College Testing Centers Participant’ mark are service marks of National College Testing Association in the United States and are used by permission.