Degree-seeking students enrolling at Queens College must demonstrate college readiness in reading, writing and mathematics as outlined by the City University of New York
at the time of application. Otherwise, students can demonstrate that they satisfy college readiness by passing the appropriate CUNY Assessment Test(s)
. In addition, some students are required to take the ATB test
in order to qualify for NYS TAP support. All exams are taken and scheduled through Testing.
All incoming students who have demonstrated college readiness will still be required to take the Math Placement Test (College-Level Math, Math 6) for placement into advanced mathematics or mathematics-related courses. Minimum scores for enrollment in these courses at the college are set by the Mathematics Department. How to Register and Prepare for the CUNY Assessment Test at Queens College
Most students being considered for admission will receive an appointment letter with a prescheduled test date.
Note: Testing for the Fall 2019-Spring 2020 academic year will begin June 1, 2019.
If you have any questions about testing, contact email@example.com
. For more information pertaining to these exams and for CUNY Assessment Test preparation resources, visit www.cuny.edu/testing.General Testing Rules:
- Photo Identification - Photo identification is required. QC identification or other student identification, driver's license, passport or other government-issued photo identification are all acceptable forms of photo identification for CUNY exams. Photo identification must be current. Original photo identification must be presented. Photocopies, faxed copies and electronic copies are not allowed.
- Process - After your picture identification has been examined and verified, you will be signed in and directed to the examination room. The proctor will direct you to your seat.
- Electronic Devices - All electronic devices containing an off and on option, including cellular phones and watches, are to be turned off and put away. They may not be turned on until you leave the testing room. Please be advised that calculators are not permitted for certain exams.
- Special Testing Accommodations - Candidates who require testing accommodations should submit proof of their need for accommodations to the Office of Special Services for Students with Disabilities in Frese Hall Room 111, tel. 718-997-5870. We urge you not to waive your right to accommodations.