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Welcome to the ASCC Testing Center

About the Testing Center

The Testing Center supports academic testing required outside the classroom for applicants and currently enrolled students. The Admissions Office determines which parts of the Placement test are required upon receipt of:
          - Requested GED high school and/or college transcripts;
          - SAT/ACT scores if taken- not required; and
          - Previously earned placement test scores

Tests administered from the Testing Center

Placement Tests: All applicants must take the ACCUPLACER Placement Test unless exempted by the Admissions Office. All official records should be sent to Admissions as soon as possible so that Placement Test status can be determined.

Scheduling a Placement Test*

Prospective students may schedule a time to take the placement test by calling one of Alabama Southern's Student Development Offices. Scheduling is designed to accommodate the prospective student, so convenient hours are offered. Students must present a valid picture ID and Student ID number when they arrive for testing. Student ID number will be issued once ASCC Admissions paperwork through the Admissions Office is completed.

Contact the Student Development Office to schedule testing:

      Monroeville - Leslie Hornady, (251) 575-8222 or lhornady@ascc.edu

      Thomasville - Martha Thomas, (334) 637-3207 or mthomas@ascc.edu

      Gilbertown - Pam Hurst, (251) 843-5265, ext. 4421 or phurst@ascc.edu


Preparing for a Placement Test

Alabama Southern Community College is dedicated to providing quality services in all areas, including placement testing.  It is necessary that test takers take placement testing seriously in order to ensure appropriate placement in courses. All placement test results are considered a part of the student's permanent academic record. 

Before you take your test, study basic Math, Reading, and English concepts. For extra help, visit these sites:

Entering students are requested to have the results of all test they have taken, including the ACT or SAT, forwarded to the College. This information is used in conjunction with the results of the placement testing for placement of students in appropriate courses and curricula.

Re-testing Policy         

Each section of the Placement test may be repeated only ONCE. Students who re-test should do so on the same campus where they originally tested. Students who re-test with the placement exam may use the higher of the two scores for placement purposes. Registering is voluntary and must be done before meeting with an advisor to register for class.

Ability to Benefit

Ability To Benefit test results are used to qualify students enrolling in certain non-degree eligible programs who do not have a GED or a regular high school diploma from an accredited high school for financial aid. Students taking the Ability-to-Benefit must take all three parts of the assessment in one session. Students must register for the Ability-to-Benefit test in the Student Development Office. See the Financial Aid Office for more information.

GED Testing

Alabama Southern is an official site for the General Educational Development Diploma (GED). Tests are administered in Monroeville and Thomasville. The test is available at these locations at least monthly. See the Adult Education website for more information.

Residual ACT

The Residual ACT is given on the Monroeville campus only upon request by the ASCC Nursing department. For more information, contact Martha McNeil at (251) 575-8341 or Leslie Hornady at (251) 575-8222.


*Students with documented disabilities who require special testing conditions should contact Ms. Rhonda Dees, (251) 575-8281 or (334) 637-3140.

To request testing information not provided on this site, call (251) 575-8314 or email mmcneil@ascc.edu (Monroeville) or call (334) 637-3207 or email mthomas@ascc.edu (Thomasville).



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