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What is a good ACCUPLACER score?

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A good ACCUPLACER score ranges from 78 to 120 on reading comprehension and 50 to 120 on the college level math test. The recommended score to place into freshman English courses and college level math courses varies from one college to the next.

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The ACCUPLACER test is used as a device to measure a student's placement into appropriate level courses in reading, English and math. Although students cannot fail the ACCUPLACER test, the score may indicate that a student needs to enroll in a developmental course prior to the first-year math or English courses to obtain more skills in a particular subject.

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