Placement Testing Schedule
Bucks County Community College is currently offering a remote testing solution for placement testing. Students will be able to test at home through their own computers. Students must first apply to the College. Instructions for testing will be sent in their acceptance letter. If you have already been accepted to the College and want to test remotely, please email firstname.lastname@example.org for instructions. When emailing us, please include your name, as it appeared on your application, your seven-digit Bucks ID number, and your Date of Birth.
In-person testing is available in Newtown on a walk-in basis. Please view the schedule below.
**If English is your second language, your Placement Tests must be taken at our Testing Center. Please refer to the schedule for available hours.**
Information for prerequisite approval via transcripts from another college for guest and transfer students are posted on the Admissions and Registrar Page.
If you have any questions regarding the placement tests you are required to take, testing waivers, or the next steps in the enrollment process, please email email@example.com.
If you have questions regarding the tests themselves, please contact the Testing Center directly at firstname.lastname@example.org or 215-968-8466.
In-person Placement (Assessment) Testing is available in Newtown. Appointments are not necessary. Up-to-date testing schedules are always published on this web page.
A Bucks Student ID Number and a form of photo identification are required to test. Your Bucks Student ID Number is sent to you within your Bucks acceptance letter.
Placement (Assessment) Testing is available at the dates and times on a walk-in basis only. Appointments are not taken. We recommend that you budget about one hour per test, plus time to sign in. If you need to complete all three tests, we recommend that you arrive about 3.5 hours before close.
Placement Testing Schedule
All AESL Placement Testing is offered at the same start schedule as above.
For Chemistry Placement Testing questions, please contact Emily Totman in the STEM Department at email@example.com.
The Chemistry Placement Test is only required to take CHEM121. A calculator and a copy of the Periodic Table are provided by the Test Center. A valid government-issued photo ID and a Bucks student number are required to test. After testing, students should check their Web Advisor account for their test results.
Available at all Placement Testing locations and times shown above. However, AESL students must contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on placement testing options, advising, and registration.
AESL Placement Testing includes tests in Reading, Writing, and Grammar, followed by an oral interview. Testing takes 2.5 to 3 hours. A photo ID and a Bucks student number are required to test. After testing, AESL students must contact the AESL Coordinator at email@example.com / 215-968-8018, to review their test results and for information on advising and registering for classes.