Placement Testing Registration

What You Need Before Registering for Testing

Placement Testing Options

  • Option 1:
  • Submit your ACT/SAT scores earned within the last two years—If you did not select FSW as a recipient for your scores when you took the exam, you can follow the instructions in the links below to send the scores electronically (allow at least two weeks processing time):

    Request SAT Scores from College Board: FSW SAT Code is 5191

    Request ACT Scores through your ACT Web Account: FSW ACT Code is 0727

  • OR
    Request a Zoom appointment to submit ACT/SAT scores: Email
  • OR

    Submit your scores in person at an FSW Testing Center - you must have a Photo ID and your log in information to ACT/SAT.

  • Option 2:
    • Coursework taken at another college or university Or credits earned via accelerated credit programs may satisfy the testing requirement. These documents are also required in order to register for classes.

    • Submit the following to the Office of the Registrar for evaluation for college credits:
      • Official transcripts from all previously attended colleges/universities
      • AND/OR
      • Official score reports reflecting credit earned via accelerated credit programs such as the Advanced Placement (AP program, the College-Level Examination Program (CLEP), the International Baccalaureate (IB) program, and/or the Cambridge Advanced International Certificate of Education (AICE) program, etc.

  • Option 3:
  • Request to Take a Placement Test through FSW at no extra charge:

    • Review placement test sample questions
    • Remediation is required prior to retesting. Please review the Remediation Requirements if you are taking the placement test for the second or third attempt.
    • FSW students must receive permission from FSW Testing Services prior to taking the P.E.R.T/ACCUPLACER at non-FSW testing center locations.
    • Please note: A valid Photo ID and your FSW Student ID Number are required in order to test.

Placement Testing for Spring B, Summer, and Fall terms opens February 8, 2021.

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