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Math Placement Testing Changes

Exciting changes are coming to the SFCC Testing Center to help make math placement testing more accessible and less burdensome for students!


NEW students now complete their English and math placement tests at their initial testing appointment.

CURRENT students will soon be able to request either first time activation, or re-activation into the MyMath Test program using an online form. Within 48 hours, the request will be processed and students will be directed to view an online Activation Seminar presentation.

The new system will be available during the first week of March...stay tuned!

The previously scheduled on-ground seminars on March 6 (9:30 am OR 11:30am) remain an option for students who wish to attend. No appointment is necessary. (30-103)


Once activated, students still have 16-weeks to access UNLIMITED practice tests and TWO chances to attempt the placement test.

Drop-in testing sessions will continue to be offered at least once a week, throughout the year.

The $30 placement testing fee still applies to all new activations and re-activations. Students can pay from home over the phone by calling 509-533-3569 or by paying online through "myBigfoot Portal."

*Running Start students can still activate their first MyMath Test program at any point during their time at SFCC under their initial $30 placement testing fee. Any subsequent re-activations will incur an additional $30 fee.

FREE Peer Tutoring is available in 30-115 for assistance with MyMath Test prep!

For students who prefer the traditional classroom Activation Seminars, we will continue to offer 1-2 sessions per month.

Thank you for your patience as we put the finishing touches on this new system. Please feel free to contact the SFCC Testing Center with any questions or concerns!


For more information, call 509-533-3401
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