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The PERT is an untimed adaptive test.  The purpose of PERT test is to provide students with useful information about your academic skills in Math, English, and Reading.

 

Students are required to take the PERT exam if they do not meet the following criteria:

 

SAT VERBAL – 440

 

SAT QUANTATIVE – 440

 

ACT MATH – 19

 

ACT ENGLISH – 17

 

ACT READING – 18

 

The PERT passing scores for college level courses are as follows:

               

Reading Comprehension:             104

Writing:                                        99

Math:                                           113

Students not obtaining the cut off scores on the ACT, SAT, or PERT are required to enroll in remedial courses in the subject area wherein they are deficient. 

Remedial courses must be successfully completed before taking college level courses in that subject area.

 Students satisfying these requirements in high school or at a community college must present appropriate documentation to the CPREP Office



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The following website contains information for the PERT study guidespractice test:

www.college.measuredsuccess.com
-Click on PERT Study Guide on right
-No login is needed