Placement testing can be conducted in-person or via Examity, ACCUPLACER’s approved online remote live testing service. To utilize Examity, specific technology requirements must be met. It is not possible to test remotely on tablets, cell phones, or on computers that do not meet requirements.
The Examity student guide and Examity video tour will provide additional information.
To schedule a test or for more information, call 217-234-5301 or email email@example.com. Students who have a documented disability can make arrangements for test accommodations by contacting the Office of Student Accommodations at 217-234-5259. Students are encouraged to review the placement test study guide in order to prepare for the test.
To determine placement in reading, English and math, match your score on the ACT/SAT or LLC placement test with the appropriate range of scores below. Counselors will review this information with you at your orientation/advising appointment. To discuss your placement scores or for additional information regarding degree requirements, please call Counseling Services at 217-234-5232.
If placement test scores require enrollment in a reading course, students must enroll in the required course for their first semester at Lake Land College.
Students who completed a high school transitional math course during your senior year in high school and earned a grade of C or better you are eligible for placement as follows.
TM001 – STEM
TM002 – Quantitative
TM003 – Tech Math
(for GED Exams taken after January 1, 2014)
Students with a Reasoning through Language Arts (RLA) score of a 165 or higher will be placed into ENG 120 and will be exempt from taking reading courses.
Students with a Mathematical Reasoning score of a 165 or higher will be eligible to enroll in MAT 116, MAT 118, MAT 125, MAT 130 or MAT 140.
To utilize GED scores for placement, students must submit a GED transcript to the Lake Land College Admissions and Records Office or to an academic counselor during your orientation advising session.