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Placement Testing offers testing for the following Continuing Education Programs:

 

Basic Law Enforcement Enforcement Training (BLET)

Students enrolling in the BLET program are required to score in the 10th grade level or higher in reading.  The Placement Testing Office offers the NC-DAP English and Reading test for BLET students.  The NC-DAP English and Reading test is a computerized exam. 

What  do I need to score to meet the reading requirement for the BLET program?

BLET students are required take the NC-DAP English and Reading test and place into DRE-098 in order to meet the 10th grade level or higher reading requirement for BLET

When is the exam offered?

BLET testing will be administered by appointment only.  To schedule an appointment visit the PCC Online Appointment Scheduler and click Placement Testing - For Curriculum Courses.

What do I need to bring with me on the day of testing?

What topics are on the exam?

The NC-DAP English and Reading test is made up of three sections:

Review the official NC-DAP Study Guide and official NC-DAP Essay Guide and Sample Essays for more information regarding the NC-DAP English test content.

What other information do I need to know about the NC-DAP English test?

Review the official NC-DAP Study Guide and official NC-DAP Essay Guide and Sample Essays for more information regarding the NC-DAP English test.

Where can I find study resources for the exam?

 Official NC-DAP Study Guide

Official NC-DAP Essay Guide and Sample Essays

For more information regarding the BLET program visit the PCC BLET wepage.

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Cosmetology

PCC Placement Testing no longer administers testing for Cosmetology students.  Testing for Cosmetology is conducted through the Cosmetology program. 

For more information regarding the Cosmetology program, including contact information visit the PCC Cosmetology  wepage.


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EMT

Students enrolling in the EMT program are required to score in the 11th grade level or higher on the ACCUPLACER Reading Comprehension AND Arithmetic exams.  The ACCUPLACER placement tests are untimed, computerized , multiple choice exams.


What scores do I need to meet the requirements of the EMS program?

ACCUPLACER Reading Comprehension
EMS students are required to score a 70+ on the ACCUPLACER Reading Comprehension test in order to meet the 11th grade level or higher reading  requirement for EMS

ACCUPLACER Arithmetic
EMT students are required to score a 59+ on the ACCUPLACER Arithmetic test in order to meet the 11th grade level or higher math requirements for EMS


When is the exam offered?

EMS testing is offered strictly on a walk-in basis on Fridays from 8:00 AM - 3:00 PM (the last test must begin no later than 3:00 PM).

Note: Students do not have to make an appointment to take a EMS test.


What do I need to bring with me on the day of testing?


Where can I find study resources for the exam?

Official Accuplacer Reading Comprehension  and Arithmetic Study Guide

For more information regarding the EMS program visit the PCC EMS  wepage.


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Nursing Assistant I & II (NA I & NA II) and Phlebotomy

Students enrolling in a Nursing Assistant or Phlebotomy program are required to take the ACCUPLACER Reading Comprehension AND Arithmetic exams. The ACCUPLACER placement tests are untimed, computerized , multiple choice exams.


What scores do I need to meet the requirements of the Nursing Assistant and/or the Phlebotomy programs?

ACCUPLACER Reading Comprehension
Nursing Assistant and Phlebotomy students are required to score a 30+ on the ACCUPLACER Reading Comprehension test in order to meet reading requirements for Nursing Assisant and/or Phlebotomy

ACCUPLACER Arithmetic
Nursing Assistant and Phlebotomy students are required to score a 30+ on the ACCUPLACER Arithmetic test in order to meet math requirements for Nursing Assisant and/or Phlebotomy


When is the exam offered?

Nursing Assistant and Phlebotomy testing is offered strictly on a walk-in basis on Fridays from 8:00 AM - 3:00 PM (the last test must begin no later than 3:00 PM).

Note: Students do not have to make an appointment to take the NA I, NA II or Phlebotomy placement test.


What do I need to bring with me on the day of testing?


Where can I find study resources for the exam?

Official Accuplacer Reading Comprehension  and Arithmetic Study Guide

For more information regarding the Nursing Assistant and/or Phlebotomy programs visit the PCC Health Care Services wepage.


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