Online Placement Testing

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Taking Your Accuplacer Test(s) Online

Due to University-wide COVID-19 precautionary measures, in-person placement testing has been postponed until further notice. We have temporarily partnered with Examity's online proctoring service for students who wish to take their placement test(s) from home during our campus shutdown. If you are currently enrolled in a dual-credit mathematics course, please contact our testing services email account, PlacementTestingRoom@stockton.edu, as you may be exempt from placement testing.

Testing online is not mandatory. We expect to begin testing on-campus after the proper authorities deem it safe to resume campus activities. However, we are encouraging all students to complete their Accuplacer test(s) online at this time. 

You must have a Mac or PC with a webcam and microphone to complete your testing online. Chromebooks are not permitted. You can test your computer for Accuplacer's software requirements here.

If you are unable to complete your placement testing online for any reason, please complete the survey linked here.

Frequently Asked Questions

No, Stockton students will not be charged to complete their testing online. While Examity, the College Board's partnered proctoring service, typically charges a $25 fee per student, during these uncertain times Stockton will be taking on the cost of placement testing for students who complete their testing online.

Unfortunately, due to the cost of online proctoring, we are only offering the online testing option to our incoming fall 2020 first-year students. Current Stockton students wishing to test out of a given course are more than welcome to take Accuplacer at Stockton, at no cost, when on-campus activities are deemed safe to resume.

All incoming students who are required to complete placement testing will receive a notification from the Office of Admissions. Then, in a follow-up email, you will receive a complimentary voucher for your placement testing. Follow the instructions in the body of the email to schedule your placement testing with Examity's online proctoring services. You can view Examity's Quick Guide to learn more about the registration process.


For additional information on taking Accuplacer online with Examity, you can visit their web page or watch their YouTube tutorial.

When your test session is complete, your test proctor should inform you of your test result(s). You do NOT need to send a copy of your scores when you've finished your test. Stockton's Academic Advising team is notified via an email from College Board that you have completed your remote test session and will add your scores to your academic profile.

If you have questions or concerns about your results, please visit our course placement page for further details.

Due to the cost of online proctoring, each student may test online with Examity once. However, if you would like to retake your Accuplacer test(s) for a higher score, you can do so after on-campus activities are deemed safe to resume. 
 

If you are having trouble registering or scheduling with Examity, as they are a third-party service, you should contact their customer service directly. You can find their contact information below.

Phone: 855-Examity (855-392-6489)

Email: support@examity.com

 

If you have additional questions or concerns, refer to our main placement testing page, our course placement page, or feel free to email us at PlacementTestingRoom@stockton.edu.