Congratulations on completing your Bucks County Community College placement tests! Please see below for information on how to see your scores and your next steps as a Bucks student.
All scores should be available in your Student Planning account within about an hour of completing the test. Please review our STUDENT PLANNING INFO for instructions on how to finish setting up your account and how to see your scores. For information on what classes are available at each level, please visit our Testing Scores/Results Page.
Based on review of your tests and scores, you may be required to complete supplemental tests or retests in person in the Testing Center.
Additionally, because proctored (monitored) placement testing has been suspended, all students in COMP110; English Composition I classes will take a first day in-class essay in order to verify correct placement. Students may be asked to take a proctored reading placement test based upon their score. On the basis of the results, if the score places students into a different level course, students will be contacted and advised into the appropriate level course. It is to students' benefit to be properly placed based on skill level so they can be successful. First day assessments will also be given in all levels of AESL and reading classes, as well as in COMP090: Basic Writing and COMP107: Introduction to Academic Writing to ensure proper placement. If you have any questions, please contact Language & Literature at email@example.com.
Utilizing Your ALEKS Account to Retest
Information on what you ALEKS score means and what class(es) you can take was available at the end of your test. This information is also available at the link below.
If you aren't satisfied with your score, the ALEKS account that you created for your placement test has built-in retest opportunities. You have the ability to try to test to a higher level for free! This can possibly help you save time and money by skipping a Math class.
For information on how the ALEKS retests work, please refer to our ALEKS Math Assessment Retest Page.
Students pursuing a degree or certificate will still be required to complete advising to register for classes. For information regarding new student advising, or to request a virtual advising appointment, please refer to the New Student Advising website at https://www.bucks.edu/academics/advising/. Additionally, the Advising & Transfer Center is available by phone (215-968-8031) or e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org) during their typical operating hours.
High School Students
High School Enrichment Students who are planning to take Bucks courses prior to their high school graduation should email HSEnrichment@bucks.edu or call (215) 497-8751
Dual Enrollment Students who are planning to take Bucks courses prior to their high school graduation should email email@example.com or call (215) 497-8751
If you are a guest student, obtain advising from your home institution to ensure your credits will transfer. For more information, please visit https://www.bucks.edu/admissions/guest-students/
For information on Financial Aid, please review our Applying for Financial Aid sheet. If you have any additional questions regarding Financial Aid, feel free to contact the Financial Aid Office in person, by calling 215-968-8200 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. All email responses are sent to through Bucks County Community College email accounts.