Student Readiness Assessment (ACCUPLACER)
Many programs require English and/or Math skills for admission. You may be required to write a Student Readiness Assessment (SRA) if:
- You have not taken the required English or Math courses listed in your program's admission requirements.
- You have been out of school for several years.
- You are an international or out-of-province applicant.
Students may also take the SRA for trades programs to gain selection points.
Taking your Student Readiness Assessment
You must have a current CNC student number and have applied for a CNC course or program to write the test. You must also pay the testing fee ($20 plus gst), prior to taking the test.
Please see Minimum Scores Sheet for the tests and scores required for your program.
How to book
If you live in Prince George please contact the Academic Success Centre at 250-561-5837 or firstname.lastname@example.org. If you live near one of our regional campuses you may contact the campus in your area.
Burns Lake 250-692-1700 or email@example.com
Fort St. James 250-906-7019 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Mackenzie 250-997-7200 or email@example.com
Quesnel 250-991-7500 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Vanderhoof 250-567-3200 or email@example.com
If you do not live near a CNC campus, you may arrange to write the test at your local high school or community college by contacting the Academic Success Centre at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 250-561-5837.
After the request is received and approved, the Academic Success Centre staff will email the testing instructions to the school/proctor you have identified.
Please refer to the College Board ACCUPLACER Next Generation website for ACCUPLACER practice questions.
For mechanical reasoning practice please see this document Mechanical Reasoning Study Guide.
1st rewrite-two weeks after first attempt
2nd rewrite-90 days after first attempt
3rd rewrite-30 days after third attempt
* Students are encouraged to seek support from tutors in the Academic Success Centre if they do not meet the required scores for their program. If students wish to retake the test earlier than the recommended rewrite date they may do so.