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.

  • Option 4:
  • Students whose native language is not English or who have not graduated from a US High School and are interested in the English for Academic Purposes (EAP) Program at FSW, are required to take the English proficiency test as their placement test. The ACCUPLACER ESL tests are used to determine placement for students wanting to enroll in the English for Academic Purposes (EAP) Program. For more information regarding the EAP testing, please contact Testing

Placement Test Registration for Fall B & Spring 2022 Terms begins September 20, 2021

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