Placement Testing
Placement and Proficiency Testing
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Placement and Proficiency
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(217) 244-4437
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New Freshmen

Placement testing for Fall course enrollment has closed. It will re-open on November 1st for Spring course enrollment. Please email PNP at pnp@illinois.edu if you have any questions.

 

Math is the only placement test that all new freshmen are required to take, and it is the only placement test that you can take more than once. Whether or not you are required to take any of the other placement exams depends on which College you are going into, what your academic background is, and what you chose for your intended program of study. Even if you have taken Advanced Placement or International Baccalaureate tests in these subjects, you still need to take the placement exams if your College requires them. Please complete your placement testing at least two weeks prior to your New Student Registration date.

New freshmen must complete their math test before choosing a Summer Registration date.


  • Math placement testing - Click here for more information and the login link.
  • Science placement testing - Click here to log in with your NetID and password.
  • "Language other than English" placement testing - Click here to log in with your NetID and password.
  • Composition placement testing - If you submitted ACT/SAT scores, you do not have to fill out the Rhetoric Placement Questionnaire. For more information, click on your College (below). International students who are required to take the EPT must take the EPT for placement into their 'Composition I' class.

Not sure which placement tests you have to take? Click on the College that you have been admitted to.


Requirements for Freshmen

  • College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences 2021-2022

  • College of Applied Health Sciences 2021-2022

  • College of Education 2021-2022

  • College of Fine & Applied Arts 2021-2022

  • College of Liberal Arts and Sciences 2021-2022

  • College of Media 2021-2022

  • Division of General Studies 2021-2022

  • Gies College of Business 2021-2022

  • Grainger College of Engineering 2021-2022

  • School of Information Sciences 2021-2022

  • School of Social Work 2021-2022