Lakeland Placement Test

What is the Lakeland Placement Test?

Lakeland Community College requires placement testing in English and mathematics utilizing the Next-Generation ACCUPLACER placement test. It is an adaptive computer-based test which imposes no time constraints. Two exams are administered – writing and mathematics. Exams are not timed, but can typically be completed in about one hour.

The placement test is currently offered on-campus Monday - Friday.

Students may be exempt from placement testing if they:

  • Adequate GPA criteria.
  • Present satisfactory ACT or SAT scores in English and mathematics.
  • Earned a degree from another accredited college or university.
  • Register for classes as a transient student from another college or university.
  • Register for courses on an audit basis, including senior citizen audits.
  • Transfer to Lakeland from another accredited college or university with at least 15 semester credits.
Preparing for the Placement Test

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Scheduling a Placement Test

Students are encouraged to take the test early to avoid interruption in their academic endeavors at Lakeland. A hold will be placed on student accounts that will require completion of the placement exam prior to registration. In order to avoid the rush, students should plan to take the exam as soon as possible. A credit application must be on file in order to register for and to take the test.

Schedule a placement test session:
Log in to myLakeland to review available test session days & times and reserve a seat by clicking on the "Reserve" button.

College Credit Plus students:
Click here to register for a Lakeland placement test.

Call the Lakeland Test Center office with questions regarding scheduling the placement exam.

Testing day:
A photo ID is REQUIRED to gain entrance to the test.


For more information about placement testing contact one of the following offices:


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