If you took the placement tests at another college, you may look up and send ACCUPLACER Individual Score Report selecting up to 3 institutions using the Student Portal for FREE, ANYTIME. You will need to know the institution ID number used for testing (it is usually the institution's student ID they assign you), first name, last name, date of birth, and institution location to retrieve an Individual Score Report.
Be sure that your ACCUPLACER scores are less than two (2) years old. The FCC Testing Center will receive a notification by the next business day that scores are available for retrieval. You may call or email the FCC Testing Center to verify receipt of your scores during normal business hours.
Need help with using the ACCUPLACER's Student Portal platform? See ACCUPLACER’s Instructions for Getting Scores under "Forms and Links" below for more information.
When sending your ACCUPLACER scores to another institution, you will need to find out how they would like to receive your Individual Score Report and how long until they consider ACCUPLACER scores to expire. If you plan to send ACCUPLACER scores through the Student Portal, you may follow the same instructions mentioned in Transfer Score to FCC but use your FCC Student ID number and location to retrieve your scores and find the receiving institution to send them out. They should receive a notification within one (1) business day.
Some institutions may not accept Score Transfer requests through the Student Portal or by email. If this is the case for your institution, FCC Testing Center can release official testing results using the following method:
Normal business hours is Monday-Friday, 8:30am to 4:30pm. Requests made outside of normal business hours will be processed the next business day.
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