The Guided Self-Placement tool for English and math is for students who do not have access to theirU.S. high school transcripts or studied outside of the U.S. Students who did not complete Algebra II in high school and would like to major in Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) are strongly encouraged to take the Math Guided Self-Placement.
If you graduated from a U.S. high school, but did not report your high school information on your application, you can meet with a counselor.
If you attended another college (outside of RSCCD), you can provide college transcripts showing you passed certain classes. Meet with a counselor in a 15-minute quick question session for verification and prerequisite clearance. You can also attend a registration orientation, please have a copy of your transcripts.
The EMLS Guided Self-Placement helps place students in English for Multilingual Students (EMLS) classes which match their skill level so students can be successful. Review the English for Multilingual section for additional information about the EMLS process.
Note: If you completed an A.A. degree or higher, you do not need to complete the Guided Self-Placement. You can meet with a Counselor if you need assistance with course selection.
Complete the Quiestionnaire/s below based on the course/s you want to enroll in:
THIS IS WHAT HAPPENS NEXT:
In the next few days you should receive an email informing you that the Guided Self-Placements have been processed. The email will include information on how to access your course placement recommendation via WebAdvisor.
Please allow 5 to 10 business days for the Assessment Center to process the Guided Self-Placement.
Questions About the Guided Self-Placement? Call the Assessment Center at (714) 564-6148.