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Exemptions

Your previous exam scores may qualify you for automatic placement in college-level Math or English courses. Determine if you meet any of the exemption by reading the information on this page.

Information on this page may also be downloaded as a pdf.

Obtaining & Submitting Official Results

For detailed information on how to obtain and submit your official results for Math or English exemption beginning Fall 2022, please expand the accordion below.

Where to obtain official results for exemption

SAT

Please visit: http://sat.collegeboard.org/scores - CCC Site Code 2121

ACT

Please visit: https://www.actstudent.org/scores/send - CCC Site Code 2121

HS Diploma Testing –
HiSET Testing

Please visit NJ Department of Education – Adult Ed Division
https://www.state.nj.us/education/students/adulted/ and email your transcript to testing@camdencc.edu

HS Diploma Testing –
TASC Testing

Please visit NJ Department of Education – Adult Ed Division
https://www.state.nj.us/education/students/adulted/ and email your transcript to testing@camdencc.edu

HS Diploma Testing –
GED Testing

Please visit NJ Department of Education – Adult Ed Division
https://www.state.nj.us/education/students/adulted/ and email your transcript to testing@camdencc.edu

PARCC

Please have your high school email your PARCC/NJSLA scores to testing@camdencc.edu

High School Transcript

Please contact your high school and ask them to send your Official High School Transcript to testing@camdencc.edu or via mail to:

Camden County College – Testing Center
200 College Drive, Library 200
Blackwood, NJ 08012

For more information about submitting your college transcripts for previous college coursework and exemptions,
please visit our Submit your Transcripts page.

English Placement Guide

Beginning Fall 2022, students who meet the following in the last 3 years have demonstrated college readiness and can be placed into the corresponding course.

To place into ENG 101

SAT

SAT score of 450 or higher in Evidence Based Reading/Writing

ACT

ACT score of 18 or higher in English AND 22 or higher in Reading

NJ STARS

NJ STARS* Eligible Students

HiSET

HiSET Score of 15 in Reading AND 15 in Writing AND Essay score of 4

TASC

TASC score of 580 in Reading AND 560 in Writing AND Essay score of 6

GED

GED score of 165-174 in Reading Language Arts

PARCC

PARCC English Language Arts 11 (ELA 11) with a 4 or higher

AP

Complete AP English Language OR AP English Literature with a 3 or higher

ENG. III
OR ENG IV

A or B in English III or IV OR
C
in English III or IV with an OVERALL 3.0 GPA or higher (unweighted)

To place into ENG 101 with ENG 055

ENG. III
OR ENG IV

C in English III or IV with an OVERALL 2.5 GPA or higher (unweighted)

*NJ STARS – The New Jersey Council of County Colleges has determined that students who are in the top 15.0% of their high school class are ready for college-level coursework. – New Jersey Statute 18A:71B-85.1. NJ STAR students who may not meet the above multiple measures will be placed in ENG 101 and MTH 100-111 with the ability to take Advanced Algebra and Functions Accuplacer Test.

 

Math Placement Guide

Beginning Fall 2022, students who meet the following in the last 3 years have demonstrated college readiness and can be placed into the corresponding course.

To place into MTH 100-111

SAT

SAT score of 500 or higher in Math

ACT

ACT score of 22 or higher in Math

NJ STARS

NJ STARS* Eligible Students

HiSET

HiSET Score of 15 in Math

TASC

TASC score of 560 in Math

GED

GED score of 165-174 in Math

PARCC

PARCC Algebra II with a 4 or higher in Math

AP

Complete AP Calculus AB OR AP Calculus BC, OR AP Statistics with a 3 or higher

Algebra II

A or B in Algebra II OR C in Algebra II with an OVERALL 3.0 GPA or higher (unweighted)

To place into MTH 123

Trigonometry

A or B in Trigonometry OR C in Trigonometry with an OVERALL 3.0 GPA or higher (unweighted)

To place into MTH 122 or 124

Calculus

A or B in Calculus OR C in Calculus with an OVERALL 3.0 GPA or higher (unweighted)

*NJ STARS – The New Jersey Council of County Colleges has determined that students who are in the top 15.0% of their high school class are ready for college-level coursework. – New Jersey Statute 18A:71B-85.1. NJ STAR students who may not meet the above multiple measures will be placed in ENG 101 and MTH 100-111 with the ability to take Advanced Algebra and Functions Accuplacer Test.