Liberty University’s Online Programs Assessment Information
Has it been years since you have taken a math or English course? Are you wondering whether you are ready to jump into upper-level courses in those subjects? Don’t worry!
Liberty University’s online programs have placement tests that help gauge your readiness once you have been accepted into a degree program. These assessments are free and do not impact your GPA.
Here’s How to Get Started:
- If you have not already done so, set up your Liberty Network Account. This establishes your username and password and allows you to access the online assessments.
- Choose your exam dates. Allow the prescribed time for each assessment, preferably on different days. Exams should be taken within the next few weeks so that placement can be established before registration.
- Prepare for the assessments using the study materials located in Blackboard.*
- Reserve time in a quiet place in which you can take each exam.
Your exams will be scored automatically and posted to your student records, showing your recommended level of English and math courses.
*Study materials only available for Math Assessment.
Frequently Asked Questions
Yes. You have one hour to take the English placement test. You will have two hours to take the first part of the math placement test and 90 minutes to take the second part of the math placement test.
No. You are being trusted to take each test to the best of your abilities.
Liberty University wants to make sure that you take the courses that are best suited for you and that you build a strong foundation for future learning. It would be counterproductive to take a class that is either too difficult or not challenging enough.
If you are placed into a lower-level class, the credit hours may apply as elective credit if you have any available on your DCP. These courses are to prepare you for your degree requirements.
No, you can take these courses at any point in your curriculum. However, we highly recommend that you do not put off taking your math and English course requirements.
No. You can wait to see if any previous English or math courses you have taken will transfer in before registering for the placement test.
You will not need to retake any courses that you have transferred in or take any courses you have tested out of.
Still Have Questions About Placement Tests?
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