Accuplacer Cut Off Score - Placement Test Information Page
The Accuplacer cut off score varies according to the placement guidelines of individual colleges and universities. That is because the test is administered directly by colleges and universities in the United States.
If you would like to know the cut off score that you need, you should inquire at your college or university's advising and counseling office.
If you have not yet made an appointment to take your Accuplacer exam, you can also schedule your appointment at your student advising and counseling office.
You may also want to know the location of your Accuplacer testing center. The student counseling office will inform you where the testing center is located on your college or university campus.
Note that the Accuplacer is a placement test that is offered at various colleges and universities in North America.
Other types of placement tests include the GED, ACT, SAT, GMAT, and GRE.
The GED (General Equivalency Diploma) is not a placement test per se, but you will need to take the GED if you want to attend college but do not have a high school diploma.
The ACT and SAT are offered in many cities in the United States. Many colleges and universities use ACT or SAT scores as part of their admissions criteria.
The GMAT and GRE (Graduate Record Examination) are tests that are sometimes required for admission onto graduate degree programs. The GMAT is often required for business students, while the GRE is administered to students who wish to study other subject areas in graduate school.