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Placement gives recommendations for courses in math, English and English as a second language (ESL). This will determine where you start in the sequence of courses and how long it will take to complete them to get your degree or transfer. A new law in California (AB 705) has made transfer level math and English courses accessible in your first year. For more information on AB 705 please visit here.
All English and math placement will be done through WebAdvisor via a questionnaire. In order to fill out the questionnaire you will need knowledge of your High School GPA, highest completed High School math course, and intended major of study. ESL students will be also required to fill out the questionnaire, if an appointment is needed you will be referred to do so on your results page.
To access the assessment/placement questionnaire:
Many students who are looking to graduate with an local (associate) degree may have met this requirement with the placement questionnaire. Visit the counseling office or submit a question online to ask a counselor if you have met this requirement.
If you already took the assessment via the Accuplacer test at Cuyamaca College, please follow the directions above to reassess with the questionnaire. If you would like to challenge your placement level after you have completed the placement questionnaire please contact the Department Chair of either Math, English or ESL. You may also contact the Assessment Office at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. Only assessments given by the Cuyamaca College Assessment Office are acceptable for this purpose.
Students are able to take a chemistry challenge exam to clear them of the prerequisite for entrance into Chem 141. Passing of this exam does not give students credit for the cleared units. Students are able to take this exam only once per term. If you would like to schedule an appointment please email us via email@example.com with your Student ID number and possible availability, the total exam time should take one hour and conducted via zoom.
If you have a disability, contact Disabled Students Programs and Services for assistance with accommodations at (619) 660-4239.