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MC Remote Placement

Hello and welcome to MC!

Montgomery College continues to work remotely. We have changed many of our procedures to make sure that you complete your placement requirements in a timely manner. 

Montgomery College will implement MC Remote Placement for all new students. English, ESL (English as a Second Language), Math and Chemistry departments have designed alternative ways to place you in courses that will meet your learning needs

If you need an accommodation related to your disability to complete the MC Remote Placement tasks, contact Disability Support Services before completing any tasks.

Step One: Claim Your College Account

First, you should submit an MC admissions application. After you submit your application, you will receive an M# (nine characters including the M). You will need this M number to claim your college account. Follow these instructions to complete three requirements:

  • Visit the webpage Getting Started: How to Apply and Register.
  • Complete Step One under the section Enrollment Process for Credit Classes to submit an application.
  • Complete Step Two under the section Enrollment Process for Credit Classes to activate your MyMC account.

 If you need any assistance, please contact the Office of Raptor Central.

Step Two: Multiple Placement Options

You probably have test scores or transcripts that you can already use for placement. Check your records and carefully review the list in the tab below: Multiple Placement Options.

If you know with complete certainty that you do not have any scores/transcripts to review, please move forward to Step Three: MC Remote Placement.

Multiple Placement Options

Review the following list of Multiple Placement Options. If you have scores and/or transcripts for any of these options, please follow the instructions in each bullet point to send us your records for evaluation.

  1. Alternative Placement Program: Grade Point Average (APPG) - If you graduated from a Maryland public high school with an unweighted, cumulative Grade Point Average (GPA) of 2.75 or higher, you may be eligible to register in credit-level English and Math courses. This option is good for up to a year after high school graduation. You must submit your high school transcript to Office of Raptor Central for review.
    NOTE: ESOL Classes are not included in GPA calculation.

  2. Alternative Placement Program: By Subject (APPE/APPM) - MCPS students who have earned a “B” or better in their final semester of Honors English 12, AP Language/Composition, Modern World History (APPE) or Algebra II (APPM) may be eligible to register in credit-level English or Math courses. This option is good for up to a year after high school graduation. You must submit a credit application to have the APPE/APPM placement sent by MCPS and uploaded to Montgomery College students’ records. This is an automatic process that takes up to two weeks after the student has been admitted to the College.

  3. Appropriate Standardized Test Scores - You may be eligible for credit-level placement with minimum qualifying scores from these standardized tests:
      NEXTGEN ACCUPLACER ALEKS New SAT (After 3/1/2016) Old SAT (Before 3/1/2016) SAT - Reading Subset ACT
    English 263+ Not Applicable 480+ Evidence-Based Reading/Writing 500+ Critical Reading 26+ 21+ Reading
    Reading 263+ Not Applicable 21+ Reading
    Math NGAQ 250-262 30-45 530+ 500+ Not Applicable 21+

     
    You must submit your scores to the Office of Raptor Central for review.

    TRANSFER ACCUPLACER SCORES: Students who have taken ACCUPLACER at another institution may submit those scores for evaluation. English and Reading scores should be less than 2 years old. Math scores should be less than 1 year old. Email Assessment_TPSS@montgomerycollege.edu for instructions. Montgomery College does not accept ACCUPLACER ESL scores.

    TRANSFER ALEKS SCORES: Students who have taken ALEKS at another institution may submit those scores for evaluation. Submit your scores to ben.nicholson@montgomerycollege.edu.

  4. GED - If you have achieved a score of 165 or higher in the Reasoning Through Language Arts and/or Mathematical Reasoning modules of the GED, you are eligible to enroll in college-level English and Math courses. You must submit your scores to the Office of Raptor Central for review.

  5. Additional Standardized Test Scores - International Students may be exempt from taking an English or language  placement exam by submitting official minimum qualifying scores for Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL), International English Language Testing System (IELTS) and/or Pearson Test of English Academic (PTE) :

    • TOEFL 575+ (paper and pencil test
    • TOEFL 90+ (internet-based test)
    • IELTS 6.5+
    • PTE 61 or higher (This does not replace but is an addition to TOEFL and/or IELTS).

    Students applying with these scores will still need to complete Math placement requirements.

    If you tested more than 5 years ago, you may need to complete additional placement requirements.

    You must submit your scores to the Office of Raptor Central for review.

  6. Advanced Placement (AP) or International Baccalaureate (IB) Exams - If you have AP or IB exams, please submit your official records to the Office of Records and Registration for review. For additional information on AP and IB exams visit this webpage: Credit for Prior Learning.

  7. Passed English Composition - If you have completed a credited/college-level English Composition course of 100 or higher with a grade of “C” or better from an accredited U.S. college or university, submit an official transcript to the  Office of Raptor Central.

    NOTE: To receive credit for prior learning, submit an official transcript for evaluation to the Office of Records and Registration.

  8. Earned Degree - If you have earned an associate’s degree or higher from a regionally accredited U.S. college or university, please submit an unofficial college transcript showing the degree conferred with date to the Office of Raptor Central

     

    Note: To receive credit for prior learning, submit an official transcript for evaluation to the Office of Records and Registration.


Step Three: MC Remote Placement

No previous scores/transcripts? No problem! 

We will figure out the courses that meet your learning needs using our MC Remote Placement.

The first section has information for English Remote Placement. Read carefully the instructions in this section if your first language is American English and you have attended a US school for 10 or more years (elementary, middle, high school).

Students without a high school diploma or GED and under the age of 18 years old by the first day of their initial entry term are considered Underage Students. Underage students are not eligible for standard admission into the College and may only register through dual enrollment. Please visit our Dual Enrollment webpage for more information.

The second section has information for ESL Remote Placement. The instructions in this section will be available June 1, 2020.

After you complete your English or ESL Remote Placement, you must complete the Online New Student Orientation and the Online Academic Orientation. For more information, follow the instructions in Step Four: Online Orientations.

The last two sections have information for Math and Chemistry Placement. Read carefully the instructions in these sections.

 
MC English Remote Placement

 English and Reading department faculty members want to welcome you to Montgomery College! 

Students should follow these steps if your first language is American English and you have attended a US school for 10 or more years (elementary, middle, high school).

 Students without a high school diploma or GED and under the age of 18 years old by the first day of their initial entry term are considered Underage Students. Underage students are not eligible for standard admission into the College and may only register through dual enrollment. Please visit our Dual Enrollment webpage for more information

 Step One:

 Step Two:

Make sure that you do not have one of these Multiple Placement Options accepted by Montgomery College:

ACCUPLACER scores 

SAT scores 

ACT scores 

GED scores 

Transcript (Maryland High School or Other College)

AP Language and Composition Test Scores

 If you have one of these placement options, STOP and submit your information to the Office of Raptor Central.

 Step Three:

  • Have your MyMC login credentials ready.

  •  Using your MyMC login open and carefully complete the tasks in this file: MC English Remote Placement.

  • This process will take about 30-40 minutes to complete.

Honesty Matters at MC

There is no benefit to inflating or deflating your abilities on the Writing tasks.

Your scores will not change your ability to take courses at Montgomery College. We will use your Writing sample to help you choose the most appropriate courses for your incoming knowledge level and academic path.

Dishonest work on the Writing tasks could hinder your ability to receive financial aid or hurt your GPA by placing you into a more advanced course than you are ready for.

Cheating is a violation of Montgomery College’s Student Code of Conduct and is taken seriously. You are required to follow the honor policy below:

  • Do not receive help from others.
  • Do not use the Internet or other web-based resources.

 Step Four:

  • An English and Reading Advisor will contact you within two to three business days.
  • The English and Reading Advisor may request to make a remote appointment with you.  
  • After the remote appointment, you should be able to register for an English class.

 Step Five: 

  • This step is very IMPORTANT!
  • After you receive your alternative placement information from an English advisor, you must work with Counseling and Advising to finish planning your first semester at Montgomery College.
  • To make and advising appointment, follow the instructions in this webpage: Advising Appointment.

 FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

What if I need an accommodation related to my disability to complete the English Remote Placement tasks?

For disability related accommodations, contact Disability Support Services before completing any tasks in this section.

What if I change my mind about placement?

If you change your mind about placement, you may email EnglishPlacement@montgomerycollege.edu and ask to make an appointment with an English and Reading advisor.  You can also speak with an advisor the first week of classes.

When should I register?

Please register very soon.  Classes fill up and you may not get the class day/time that you prefer.

What if I don’t want to take English composition this year, but I place into ENGL 101/011?

MC Remote Placement is only for summer 2020, fall 2020, and spring 2021.

Please take a look at our MC English and Reading Website for additional information: Department of English and Reading.

 

 
MC ESL (English as a Second Language) Remote Placement

The MC ESL Remote Placement Plan from the ELAP department will be available June 1, 2020

The MC ESL Remote Placement Plan from the ELAP department will be available June 1, 2020

MC Math Remote Placement

Math, Statistics and Data Science department faculty members want to welcome you to Montgomery College!

You are reading this section because you did not have any math scores or transcripts from the list of Multiple Placement Options in Step Two of this website.

Students without a high school diploma or GED and under the age of 18 years old by the first day of their initial entry term are considered Underage Students. Underage students are not eligible for standard admission into the College and may only register through dual enrollment. Please visit our Dual Enrollment webpage for more information

If you need an accommodation related to your disability to complete your ALEKS Math Placement, contact Disability Support Services before you begin any exams.

What is ALEKS Math Placement?

ALEKS Math placement scores help counselors and academic advisers recommend courses that are appropriate for you.

Who Takes ALEKS Math? 

If your first language is American English or you have attended a US school for 10 or more years (elementary, middle, high school), you will take the ALEKS Math placement test. 

 Non-native speakers of English may take the ALEKS Math placement test after completing ELAP Remote Placement. A placement level of ELAR 970 or higher is required to take this math placement test.

Honesty Matters at MC

There is no benefit to inflating or deflating your abilities on the math placement test.

Your scores will not change your ability to take courses at Montgomery College. We use your scores to help you choose the most appropriate courses for your incoming knowledge level and academic path.

Dishonest work on this test could hinder your ability to receive financial aid or hurt your GPA by placing you into a more advanced course than you are ready for.

Cheating is a violation of Montgomery College’s Student Code of Conduct and is taken seriously. You are required to follow the honor policy below when taking tests:

  • Do not receive help from others.
  • Do not use the Internet or other outside resources.
  • Do not use your own calculator. (A calculator is provided in ALEKS when needed.)
  • Do not use your cell phone.

What is ALEKS Math Placement?

Montgomery College offers ALEKS Placement, Preparation and Learning (ALEKS PPL) assessment to determine readiness for mathematics courses. 

ALEKS Math consists of the following items:

  • A tools tutorial that will help you learn about types of questions, content, and math tools that will be available during your tests.
  • Diagnostic (Test 1): The result of this test will create an individualized learning module that you will complete to refresh your math skills. You will complete this test in your own time with any digital device and a reliable Internet connection while following the honor policy stated above. Once you begin the Diagnostic (Test 1), you will have 48 hours to complete and submit the test. Otherwise, it will reset, and you will have to re-do the Diagnostic. 
  • Test 2: Once you’ve completed the Diagnostic (Test 1) and have done at least 3 hours of work in the ALEKS learning module, you will see Test 2 available to take on your ALEKS home page. Keep in mind that you can continue to work in the learning module for more than 3 hours. The more practice the better! When you are ready to test, just click on Test 2 and take it similarly to Test 1 while following the same honor policy. After Test 2, you should make an appointment with Counseling and Advising to discuss your course placement.  To make an advising appointment , follow the instructions in this webpage: Advising Appointment.
  • Test 3 (if necessary): If after consulting with a counselor or academic advisor, you feel that your course placement does not reflect your actual skill level you can retake the placement test. You must complete an additional 3 hours minimum in your learning module before the retest. However, you are encouraged to spend as much time in the learning module as you need in order to refresh your knowledge.

 All tests are untimed.

 How Do I Take the ALEKS Math Placement Test?

 Step One:

  • Obtain your M# (Montgomery College student ID number)
  • Visit the webpage Getting Started: How to Apply and Register and complete "Step Two: Activate Your Account and Determine Placement"
  • After activating your MyMC account, go to ALEKS to open and create your account. You will need your MyMC login information.
  • Once your ALEKS account is created, you can login to your ALEKS module anytime at www.aleks.com using your MyMC username and password.

Step Two:

  • Login to ALEKS follow the directions, and complete the Tools Tutorial.
  • When complete, ALEKS will automatically start you in Diagnostic (Test 1).
  • You will need about 2 hours of uninterrupted time, a paper and pencil, and a reliable internet connection.

Step Three:

  • Complete a minimum of 3 hours of honest work in your learning module.
  • You are strongly encouraged to work more than 3 hours in order to refresh your knowledge and to help ensure that you are placed appropriately.

Step Four:

  • Take Test 2 in your own time. Follow the honor policy mentioned above.
  • After you complete a minimum of 3 hours of work in the learning module, you will see Test 2 available to take on your ALEKS home page.
  • Keep in mind that you can continue to work in the learning module before taking this test.
  • When you are ready to test just click on Test 2 and take it similarly to Test 1.

Step Five:

  • This step is a very IMPORTANT!
  • After you complete Test 2, you should work with Counseling and Advising for interpretation of placement scores. Your counselor will help you understand your scores and determine if you need to take Test 3, or you are ready to finish planning your first semester at Montgomery College.
  • To make an advising appointment, follow the instructions in this webpage: Advising Appointment.

How Will I Get My Test Scores?

You can always view your scores in your ALEKS account. you should schedule a meeting with a counselor or advisor after completing Test 2. Follow the instructions in Step Five above.

 What If I Need Technical Support?

If you experience difficulty with your MyMC login:

Email: itservicedesk@montgomerycollege.edu

Call: (240) 567-7222 for IT Support.

If you experience technical difficulties within ALEKS, please contact ALEKS Support

Telephone: (800) 258 – 2374

 What if I need a Math Advisor?

If you need math help, please contact:

Ms. Nafeesa Azizi, Germantown campus, nafeesa.azizi@montgomerycollege.edu

Ms. Lori Christy, Takoma Park/Silver Spring campus, lori.christy@montgomerycollege.edu

Mr. Scott Poese, Rockville campus, scott.poese@montgomerycollege.edu

Understanding How ALEKS Scores Correspond to Course Eligibility *

  Score Range (14 - 29) Score Range (30-45) Score Range (46-60) Score Range (61 -75) Score Range (76-100)

Majors that focus on the sciences (e.g., biology, science education, chemistry), math, math education, or engineering

MATH050/045 (Foundations of Algebra /Foundations of Algebra Support)

MATH050
Foundations of Algebra

MATH098
Intro to Trigonometry
OR
MATH098/165 (Intro to Trigonometry/Precalculus)

MATH165
Precalculus

MATH181
Calculus I

Majors that focus on business (e.g., accounting, finance, marketing, economics) or information systems

MATH050/045 (Foundations of Algebra /Foundations of Algebra Support)

MATH050
Foundations of Algebra

MATH050
Foundations of Algebra

MATH150
Elementary Applied Calculus I

MATH150
Elementary Applied Calculus I

Majors that focus on communications (including advertising), social sciences (e.g., psychology, sociology, criminology)

MATH 117/017 (Elements of Statistics/Elements of Statistics Support)

MATH117
Elements of Statistics

MATH117
Elements of Statistics

MATH117
Elements of Statistics

MATH117
Elements of Statistics

Majors that focus on elementary and early childhood education

MATH050/045 (Foundations of Algebra /Foundations of Algebra Support)

MATH050
Foundations of Algebra

MATH130
Elementary Math I

 MATH130

Elementary Math I

MATH130
Elementary Math I 

Majors that focus on the arts, humanities (e.g., history, philosophy, literature), or languages

MATH 117/017 (Elements of Statistics/Elements of Statistics Support)
OR
MATH120/020 (Survey of College Mathematics/Survey of College Mathematics Support)

MATH117
Elements of Statistics
OR
MATH120
Survey of College Mathematics

 MATH117
Elements of Statistics
OR
MATH120
Survey of College Mathematics

MATH117
Elements of Statistics
OR
MATH120
Survey of College Mathematics 

 MATH117
Elements of Statistics
OR
MATH120
Survey of College Mathematics


* Please note that your eligibility to take math courses also depends on your reading and English placement.
 
MC Chemistry Remote Placement

Chemistry department faculty members want to welcome you to Montgomery College!

In order to be ready to take CHEM131 at Montgomery College, you must read through the following steps. 

Step One:

Step Two:

Students with limited or no prior high school chemistry course background (more than 2 years ago) and assessment of MATH117 (APPM) are advised to register for one of the following courses:

  • CHEM 031 Exploration (2 cr) + CHEM 131 Principles of Chemistry I (4 cr)
  • CHEM 099 Introductory Chemistry (3 cr)

Students without a high school diploma or GED and under the age of 18 years old by the first day of their initial entry term are considered Underage Students. Underage students are not eligible for standard admission into the College and may only register through dual enrollment. Please visit our Dual Enrollment webpage for more information.

Step Three:

Students are eligible to enroll in CHEM131 directly if they meet one or more of the following criteria:

  •  Assessment level of MATH117 (APPM) and completion of one of the following:
    • ALEKS CHEM131 Preparation module with 95% mastery
    • CHEM099 Introductory Chemistry (grade of C or higher)
  • Assessment level of MATH165 or higher and completion of AP Chemistry or Honors-level Chemistry (grade of C or higher in past 2 years)
  • Assessment level of MATH181 or higher **
  • Completion of MATH165 (grade of C or higher) **
  • Completion of Precalculus (grade of B or higher) or Calculus (grade of C or higher) in high school within past year **

** Students may want to consider the low-cost ALEKS CHEM131 Preparation module for a review of background chemistry knowledge prior to enrolling in CHEM131 Principles of Chemistry I.

Step Four:

  • This step is very IMPORTANT!
  • After you receive your alternative placement information from a Chemistry advisor, you must work with Counseling and Advising to finish planning your first semester at Montgomery College.
  • To make and advising appointment, follow the instructions in this webpage: Advising Appointment.

How can I be better prepared to be successful in CHEM131?

There are 3 options for students to prepare to start CHEM 131: Pick the option that’s best for you:

Option A:

** ALEKS CHEM 131 Preparation module – The ALEKS CHEM 131 Preparation Module is designed to provide you with the pre-requisite background knowledge necessary to be successful in CHEM 131.  To get started, contact chemistry@montgomerycollege.edu.

 ALEKS is a Web-based system that uses adaptive questioning to determine your knowledge level in chemistry and provide you with an individualized learning experience tailored to your specific strengths and weakness. Because it recognizes your prior knowledge, it allows you to spend time learning only the content you need to master while bypassing content you already know. This gives you the ability to take control of your learning and master the material at your own pace over an 11-week access period. The module must be completed to 95% to be ready for CHEM131.

Option B:

NEW!  CHEM 031 Principles of Chemistry I Exploration – an academic support course (2 credits) designed to be taken concurrently with CHEM131 (4 credits) allowing students that need additional preparation to complete CHEM131 in a single semester.  Sections offered starting Fall 2020 – see details in Fall 2020 online course schedule.

Option C:

CHEM 099 Introductory Chemistry – our traditional preparatory course offered either face-to-face or through distance learning (DL).  This class (3 credits) provides the background chemistry content needed to be prepared to take CHEM131. Offered Summer I (Distance), Summer II and Fall 2020.

What if I need an accommodation related to my disability to complete the Chemistry Remote Placement tasks?

For disability related accommodations, contact Disability Support Services before completing any tasks in this section.

Who do I contact for help? 

Students should consult with an academic counselor, a Chemistry Department Chair or a faculty advisor:

 How do I request a registration override for CHEM131? 

To request a registration override for CHEM131 submit, send an email to chemistry@montgomerycollege.edu with this information:

1.     Verification that you meet one or more of the CHEM131 eligibility criteria

2.     Your student M#

3.     Term (Summer II or Fall) in which you wish to register

 

  
Step Four: Online Orientations

 MC has two online orientations with important and relevant information for you. After you complete your remote placement for English or ESL, you should take time to go through these online orientations:

  • The Online New Student Orientation (NSO): It is designed to help students acclimate to the college environment and have a successful start at Montgomery College. Our goal is to answer your questions, connect you to campus resources, and help you capitalize on your college experience. NSO is required for all new degree-seeking students. Students must complete NSO before registering for classes. Click here to participate in the Online New Student Orientation. Have your MyMC login information ready to begin.
  • The Online Academic Orientation: In this orientation, you will learn about MC degree requirements, learn how to select your courses, and map out your educational pathway at MC. You will be able to view your remote placements for English and ESL. You will learn how those placements may determine the courses you can take in your first semester. This orientation is required for all students. You can complete the online academic orientation 48 hours after you have been admitted to the College and determined your remote placement for English or ESL. It is important that you wait the required number of days before logging on; otherwise, you may not see your course placements. If you log in and do not see your course placements, wait the time indicated above and log in again. You may also need to clear your cache or history screen. The online academic orientation can be accessed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. It requires audio, although closed captioning is available for those preferring to read the recorded information. The program will take about 30 minutes to complete. You may return to the session later if you cannot complete it in one sitting. Sign in here to begin.
  • For more information about these orientations, visit our webpage First Year Experience. Scroll down to the section Orientations and select the section you want to learn more about.

Placement Testing

All placement testing on campus has been suspended until further notice. Read the sections below for updates and general information.

ACCUPLACER/ACCUPLACER ESL Testing

Accuplacer and Accuplacer ESL testing have been suspended until further notice.

Accuplacer and Accuplacer ESL testing have been suspended until further notice.

TEAS (Test of Essential Academic Skills for Health Sciences Students)

ALL IN-PERSON TESTING SERVICES ARE SUSPENDED INDEFINITELY. Please contact ATI for refunds or rescheduling.

TEAS testing cycles:
Cycle 1: From end of May to the week of July 31
Cycle 2: From January to March 30
Register with ATI to access all available appointments during these cycles.

Learn more about about policies and procedures for the ATI TEAS at MC.

GED® Testing

ALL IN-PERSON TESTING SERVICES ARE SUSPENDED INDEFINITELY. Information and resources for students interested in GED® testing at Montgomery College

GED section summary, print version (PDF, Get Adobe Acrobat PDF Reader.-Link opens in new window.)
GED section summary, electronic version (PDF, Get Adobe Acrobat PDF Reader.-Link opens in new window.)

Students interested in TAKING the GED® test at Montgomery College should complete the following steps:

STEP 1: REVIEW MARYLAND STATE GED® TESTING REQUIREMENTS

  • You must be a Maryland state resident to take the GED® Test in Maryland
  • You must be at least 19 years old, or have officially withdrawn from High School by submitting a Withdrawal/Exception Form to the Maryland GED® Office.
  • Visit the Maryland Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation website for state requirements and forms: GED® Test Informationnew window

Note: Non-state residents cannot complete the GED® test in Maryland

STEP 2: CREATE A GED® ACCOUNT TO SCHEDULE AN APPOINTMENT ONLINE

  • Visit GEDnew window to create your profile. If needed, request testing accommodations directly with GED®
  • Schedule your appointment and the exam modules ($11.25 per module) you want to complete; recommendation: no more than two modules per appointment
  • Select Montgomery College for your appointment; available testing dates and times will appear depending on your campus selection

Note: All scheduling is coordinated directly with GED®, not Montgomery College

STEP 3: ATTEND AND COMPLETE YOUR GED® APPOINTMENT

  • Report to the Montgomery College Assessment Center where you appointment is schedule at least 15 minutes beforehand
  • Bring an accepted, current form of identification to your GED® test appointment: 
    Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration driver’s license, learner’s permit or identification card, or a current active duty military identification card
  • Visit the Maryland Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation website for identification waiver form if needed: GED® Test Informationnew window

Note: No other forms of ID will be accepted without an approved identification waiver

Information and resources for students interested in PREPARING for the GED® test:

WHAT IS THE GED® TEST?

The General Educational Development (GED®) test is completed on the computer, and covers four subjects in four separate exam modules

The GED® exam modules are:

  • Reasoning Through Language Arts (RLA): 155 minutes
  • Mathematical Reasoning: 120 minutes
  • Science: 95 minutes
  • Social Studies: 75 minutes

With the exception of the RLA exam, GED® exam modules can completed in English or Spanish. Exam items include multiple choice, short response, fill-in-the blank, drop-down, drag-and-drop, and extended response.

WHAT IS A PASSING SCORE ON THE GED® TEST? 

The GED® test has a passing score of 145 for each module. To earn your Maryland high school equivalency, you will need to score 145 on all four modules.

Students who achieve a score of 165 or higher in the Reasoning Through Language Arts and/or Mathematical Reasoning modules are eligible to enroll in college-level English and mathematics courses at Montgomery College.

More information about GED® score levels can be found online: GED Test Scoresnew window

HOW CAN I PREPARE FOR MY GED® TEST? 

Montgomery College GED® Test Prep: 

ADDITIONAL QUESTIONS?

Academic Testing 

All in-person testing services are suspended indefinitely. Faculty and students should coordinate remote testing during this period of time. 

SmarterProctoring Instructions for Faculty (PDF, Get Adobe Acrobat PDF Reader.-Link opens in new window.)

Students should contact their faculty for specific instructions to schedule an online exam. Then follow the steps in this document: SmarterProctoring Instructions for Students  (PDF, Get Adobe Acrobat PDF Reader.-Link opens in new window.)

For Faculty
For Students
Students with Documented Disabilities

ALL IN-PERSON TESTING SERVICES ARE SUSPENDED INDEFINITELY. Contact your professor and DSS counselor for information about scheduling your test.

If you need an accommodation related to your disability to complete your academic exams, contact Disability Support Services before completing any academic tasks.

Have Questions or Need Help? 

If you have questions, please email one of the Assessment Centers:

 Assessment Center staff are working remotely. We will answer your emails Monday through Friday, between 8:30 am and 5:00 pm.

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