|125 - 195||ENGL 1A||Reading and Composition|
|109 - 124||ENGL 100 or ENGL 309||College Reading and Writing; or College Reading and Writing-Extensive|
|94 - 108||ENGL 307 or ENGL 309||Improvement of College Reading and Writing; or College Reading and Writing-Extensive|
|78 - 93||ENGL 305.1 or ENGL 309||Development of College Reading and Writing, or College Reading and Writing-Extensive|
|60-77||CSKLS 313||Foundations of College Reading and Writing|
|0-59||CSKLS 312||Grammar and Writing Skills|
How is the essay scored
Each essay is read and scored holistically by two different faculty members using a scoring guide that helps to define degrees of writing proficiency. The two readers' scores are combined to give your reported score, which will fall between 2 (low) and 12 (high). A score of 0 is given to essays not written on the assigned topic.
The Multiple-Choice test:
The Multiple-Choice test is comprised of 65 questions administered in two separate components: 1) Reading Comprehension (35 questions and 30 minutes), and 2) Sentence Structure and Grammar (30 questions and 20 minutes).
The WS carries twice as much weight in placing students as the multiple choice (CTEP). Thus, the scores are adjusted so that the WS = 2/3 and CTEP = 1/3 of the placement score. The formula used to calculate the English combined score is: (WS x 10.79) + Multiple Choice (CTEP).