Welcome to the Assessment Services Office
Located in Building D Room 205 (Map)
Denise K. Carter, M.A.
Supervisor, Assessment Services
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQS)
First-time students or students who plan to take an English, ESL or math course for the first time are required to take the exams. The exams are free, computerized, multiple-choice and have no time limit. Plan to be at the test session for 2 hours to complete 2 exams. The math test is also used for Accounting 1A, Business 14A and Statistics 50 placement. For other courses listing an assessment as a requirement please contact the Division Office directly. Additional testing information is available on the right of this website. If you have further questions please call us at 626-585-7272 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We are happy to assist you!
February 2016: Office and Testing Hours Schedule
- September through May: Testing available on a Walk-In Basis (First-Come, First-Served)
- June, July and August: Testing available by Online Appointment. No walk-ins accepted.
- Closed on Saturday and Sunday and on holidays.
- March 2016 - May 2016: Hours to Be Announced in Mid-February 2016.
- Hours are subject to change without notice due to off-campus testing and special events that are held yearly. Updates will be posted on this website.
- Testing services (proctoring) or test results are not provided for other colleges.
- Apply for Admission and Complete New Student Online Orientation. Steps must be completed before testing. Continuing students do not need to reapply or complete the orientation again.
- Attend a Pre-Assessment Workshop and Study Session (PAWS) to prepare for the test session. Choosing not to review could result in taking courses that do not count towards graduation and/or transfer. The PAWS is offered through the Learning Assistance Center. Please call 626-585-7230 if you have further questions.
- Take the English or ESL and math placement exams at least 3 weeks before your registration date because classes fill quickly. Registration dates will be posted in LancerPoint.
- Bring your LancerPoint ID # (Listed on Emailed Admissions Notice), a pen or pencil, a valid email address to receive your exam results and $2.00 if you plan to park on campus.
- Bring a Valid Photo ID (See Below):
- Acceptable Photo ID Forms: Government Issued Driver’s License, State ID, Military ID, Passport, (High School ID issued within the last year). The Assessment Office reserves the right to ask for a second form of identification.
- Unacceptable Photo ID Forms: Expired Identification, Photo ID Cards from colleges, universities, bankcards, library cards, Temporary DMV License and/or ID Card, photocopies/electronic versions of identification. No exceptions will be made due to test publisher (College Board) requirements.
We Look Forward to Your Visit!