A planned maintenance window to perform upgrades to the Colleague system beginning 12 a.m. Monday, October 2, will affect certain IT systems. Details on impacted systems are available.
Students who have graduated from a U.S. high school are exempt from placement testing and will be placed into courses upon receipt of their high school transcripts. Wake Tech's course placement policy has more information.
Students who completed high school outside the U.S. and have no other applicable placement measures should complete an English as a Second Language placement test after applying to Wake Tech. Once you have applied, email your testing request to [email protected].
Other placement measures are as follows:
GED and Adult High School applicants are exempt from placement testing and will be admitted and placed into courses upon receipt of their transcript.
Placement will be based on high school equivalency scores for applicants whose test scores are dated January 2014 or later. If you do not meet the following criteria, you will be admitted and given an option to take the placement test or begin in transition.
*Scores must be less than 10 years old at the time you apply to Wake Tech. Coursework and GPA must be verified upon receipt of an official high school transcript.
Applicants who have taken an Advanced Placement English or math exam may submit exam scores for review and determination of testing exemption. Check the AP credit policy for more information.
Placement may be based on completion of an associate degree or higher for applicants who submit a transcript to Wake Tech showing graduation.
Placement may be based on college-level coursework for applicants who have received a grade of "C" or better in a college-level English or math course from a regionally or nationally accredited institution in the U.S.
Applicants may submit COMPASS, ACCUPLACER, ASSET, NCDAP ACCUPLACER and RISE placement scores for consideration of placement, if scores were received within the last 10 years.
Applicants who have scored 88 or higher on a TOFEL internet-based test may waive English placement testing.