Computerized Placement Test designed to provide placement information for students entering higher education. All students entering any one of the College’s degree programs or those entering ENG 121 or MAT 121/MAT 135 will be required to take an exam unless they have documentation of assessment scores from another 2-year Colorado college completed within the last 5 years, ACT scores of Reading 17, English 18, Math 23/21, or proof of an Associate Degree (AA or AS) or higher.

Before taking the assessment, you must meet with an advisor. To schedule an appointment with an advisor, please call your center director or Student Services at 970 542-3100. The CCPT is designed to be taken one¬ time. Students should talk to their advisor about options after testing if they did not get the score required for their courses. Retesting is by permission only, and must be approved by your advisor. If permission to retest is granted, there is a fee of $10 for eachsection of the test. Placement tests are untimed, but take approximately 1 ¬Ĺ hours per section which would be around 3 hours total. It is recommended that testing is completed over a two day period to avoid testing fatigue.

CCPT Workbook Workbook Information

Study resources are available on the following websites:

http://www.algebrahelp.com/

http://www.webmath.com/index.html

http://www.purplemath.com/index.htm

http://www.aaamath.com/

http://www.jamesbrennan.org/algebra/    Understanding Algebra (definitions, explanations, examples)

http://mathforum.org/library/

http://www.xpmath.com/  Math video games

http://www.studygs.net/index.htm

https://www.ixl.com/

http://www.mathwarehouse.com/ http://regentsprep.org/

http://www.algebra.com/algebra/homework/percentage/Percentage-problems.lesson

http://www.dummies.com/how-to/education-languages/math.html

http://www.khanacademy.org Writing help

http://www.studygs.net/fiveparag.htm

http://www.studygs.net/writing/

Fee: 1/2 of tuition for course challenged

Administered to MCC students for specific courses listed in the catalog. Students must be registered for or have completed one credit hour of course work at MCC. A challenge examination may not be re-taken.

Fee: $105 per test ($80 payable to CLEP at the time of registration and $25 payable to Morgan Community College at the time of testing)

 
All candidates must register and pay their exam fee via My Account at https://clepportal.collegeboard.org/myaccount. Candidates select score recipients and answer background questions through My Account before test day. Test centers do not create registrations or collect payment for exam fees. Candidate data is automatically downloaded to the test center during check-in. Appointment scheduling is handled by each individual test center, not via My Account. During the exam registration process, candidates will indicate their preferred test center. Candidates must then contact their preferred test center to schedule an appointment to test.

Fee: $105 per test ($80 payable to DSST and $25 payable to Morgan Community College at the time of testing)

 

Dantes Subject Standardized Test. Computer-based testing; 2-hour time limit. Credit awarded for prior learning. See MCC handbook for approved credit available. Additional information at www.getcollegecredit.com

Candidates must contact their preferred test center to schedule an appointment to test.

Morgan Community College offers three high school equivalency tests: GED, HiSet, and TASC. Testing is currently available at the Fort Morgan campus only.

Test takers can register and schedule tests online at the following websites:

GED-¬ www.ged.com¬ Fee: $37.50 per test or $150 for all four (4) tests. Payment made by credit or debit card when scheduling tests.

HiSet-¬ http://hiset.ets.org/ ¬ Each individual subtest costs $27.50 ($10 ETS test fee, $7.50 state fee and $10 test center fee). You will receive up to two retakes per subtest. You must complete these retakes within 12 months of the original purchase date. You must pay the state and test center administration fees each time you take a subtest.

TASC- http://www.tasctest.com/  You can buy the subject area exams one at a time for $27.90 each, or you can purchase all five subtests at once for $139.50.

  • Students are required to provide one valid form of identification. The ID must be government issued and non-expired. It must also include the student’s name, address, date of birth, signature, and photograph.
  • Applicants must not be enrolled in an accredited high school.
  • Official exams are given in English and Spanish to candidates 17 years of age and older who have never been awarded a high school diploma or an equivalency certificate.
  • The High School Equivalency Diplomas are widely accepted as a basis for awarding high school equivalency credentials. The credentials issued on the basis of HSE test scores are generally considered to satisfy high school graduation requirements for purposes of employment, promotion, and licensing. For admission purposes most colleges and universities accept HSE scores in a place of a completed high school transcript.
  • Special editions of the test and special testing accommodations are available for candidates with documented physical and learning disabilities.

 

Preparation

HSE classes are available at MCC Workplace Education, 1505 E. Burlington (970-867-1575) and MCC Adult Basic Education Center, 920 Barlow Rd. (970-542-3270).

 

Transcripts/Duplicate Diplomas

Upon successful completion of all tests, one free Equivalency Diploma can be ordered at www.diplomasender.com.  You will need an email address to register and order your diploma. Duplicate transcripts and diplomas are also ordered through Diploma Sender. Permanent record of test reports and diploma numbers are retained at this website. Please be advised: The Testing Center is unable to provide copies of diplomas or transcripts. All communication about diplomas and transcripts must go through Diploma Sender. Please be advised: The Testing Center is unable to provide copies of scores from testing. It is up to the student to retrieve needed information from their HSE account.

MCC test center provides testing services for our faculty and students, as well as, for students attending other colleges and universities. Testing services include administering makeup exams for classroom, guided studies, and off-campus courses.

All full-time degree seeking students need to take the Measure of Academic Proficiency and Progress test during their last semester before graduation. The MAPP provides MCC with information about the effectiveness of their degree programs.

Students that take correspondence, continuing education classes, or distance learning courses from other colleges may have their exams proctored at Morgan Community College for a fee of $25. Contact the testing center for details and appointments.

Testing Center Hours

Spring and Fall Semesters
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday 8 a.m.-5p.m.
Wednesday 10 a.m.-7 p.m.

Hours Between Sessions
Monday-Thursday 8 a.m.-5 p.m.

Summer Session
Monday and Wednesday 8 a.m.-7 p.m.

Identification
  • Photo IDs are required for all testing
  • Photo IDs must be current and not expired.
  • Acceptable Photo IDs include:
    • Colorado driver‚Äôs license
    • Colorado identification card
    • A valid U.S. Passport
    • Out-of-State driver‚Äôs license
    • Foreign passport w/photo
    • Military ID/Common Access Card
    • Certificate of Naturalization w/photo
    • Certificate of Citizenship w/photo
    • Valid I-551
    • Valid EAH/Temporary Resident
    • Refugee/Asylee I-94 w/photo
    • BIA identification card w/photo
    • VA Card w/photo
    • School ID (valid only for Accuplacer and Instructor testing)

ADA STATEMENT – In accordance with the requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act and the regulations published by the U.S. Department of Justice, 28 C.F.R. & 35.107(a), Morgan Community College has designated an ADA Coordinator. For information regarding civil rights or grievance procedures, contact Dan Marler, Morgan Community College, 920 Barlow Road, Fort Morgan, CO 80701, 970-542-3157.

Morgan Community College is an equal opportunity educational institution and will not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, or disablement in its activities, programs, or employment practices as required by Title VI, Title IX, Section 504, and the Americans with Disabilities Act, 1990.