Accuplacer Exams

Accuplacer Math/English Placement Tests for SUU students are available on campus at the SUU Testing Center (ELC second floor) or off campus at an approved REMOTE university or college or at home using virtual proctoring. Visit Specialized Testing for Accuplacer Remote information and call 435-865-8113 to arrange a remote exam.

SUU Students taking Accuplacer Math or English at the SUU Testing Center -- $15.00 each. 

You MUST provide a hard copy receipt to prove payment before testing or pay with cash when you come to test.

Students may not attempt the Accuplacer Math exam more than 3 times in one academic year and must have at least one week between each attempt. Additional attempts are also subject to a $15.00 fee.

Accuplacer Exam Scores from Other Universities

If you intend to take the Accuplacer exam at another university, it would be best to get pre-authorization from the SUU Math Department or SUU English Department before taking the Accuplacer and sending it to SUU to see if they are willing to accept the scores from another university.  (English Department - 435-865-8088; Math Department 435-586-5448)

SUU Student - Accuplacer Math - SUU Testing Center - Payment Window - $15

SUU Student - Accuplacer English - SUU Testing Center - Payment Window $15

Study Guides and Practice Tests

Free - Accuplacer Web-Based Study App - Free
Free - Mometrix Accuplacer Study Guide
Free - Mometrix Accuplacer Practice Tests

Accuplacer Math Score Placement Grid

*Always check with your advisor for which math courses are required for your major.

Accuplacer Test Score Placement
Arithmetic Test Less than 65 Math 0950 or 0970
Arithmetic Test 65 or Greater Math 0990
Elementary Algebra Test 60-84 Math 1010 (or any lower numbered course)
Elementary Algebra Test 85-99 Math 1030 or 1040 (or any lower numbered course)
Elementary Algebra Test 100 or Greater Math 1050 or 1060 (or any lower numbered course)
College Level Math Less than 100 Placement based on Elementary Algebra Score
College Level Math 100 or Greater Math 1100 or 1210 (or any lower numbered course)