Courses at Mott Community College have minimum skill level requirements in reading, writing, and mathematics. These skill levels must be met before a student will be permitted to enroll in those courses. One way students meet these skill prerequisites is by achieving the required scores on placement tests.
Mott Community College, uses computerized placement test results along with other information to recommend the most appropriate beginning course levels for you as a new student. The placement assessment software used is ACCUPLACER.
You will be required to take Reading, Math, and English computerized placement tests.
This is not a college entrance examination. It consists of up to five computerized tests, 12-20 questions each, in the areas of reading, English and Math. Questions appear one at a time with multiple choice answers
Begin testing after you submit an application to MCC.
If you are still in high school, you may want to take the test when you are close to the end of your last semester.Schedule Placement Testing
Placement testing is not timed. Testing usually takes 1½ to 2 hours to complete.
Bring your current photo ID (i.e., driver's license, State ID, passport, high school ID).
For your convenience, placement testing is also offered virtually. Select "Virtual - Zoom" in the Location Drop-Down on the scheduling form.
For more information regarding either of these off-campus placement testing options, please contact email@example.com for assistance.
Disability accommodations are available. Call Disability Services at (810) 232-9181 prior to testing. A Test Administrator is present to resolve any problems.
You may be exempt from parts of the placement test if:
Your test results and other information which you provide are used by MCC for counseling and placement recommendation purposes. If your data is used for research purposes, your identity is kept confidential.
Placement Assessment Scores and Exemptions (i.e. ACT & SAT Scores) will expire three (3) years from the date they were taken!
If you have any questions, please see your academic advisor.