Accuplacer is an assessment tool used by many educational institutions to evaluate the college readiness of incoming students. It is commonly employed for placement purposes to determine the appropriate level of coursework in subjects such as mathematics, reading, and writing.
Accuplacer is a computer-adaptive test, meaning that the difficulty level of questions adjusts based on students' responses. This adaptive design allows for a more precise assessment of students' abilities and ensures that they are placed in courses that match their current skill levels.
The test results help colleges and universities identify areas where students may need additional support or remediation to succeed in their academic pursuits.
Accuplacer is widely used because of its reliability, efficiency, and ability to inform effective course placement decisions.