Many programs at UH Maui College require Math or English placements or prerequisites. Students requiring a Math or English placement may use one of the following methods for placement. Visit the Learning Center for more information.
Submit Multiple Measures and Incoming Scores
Using alternatives to single high-stakes exam for placement into college level courses, UH Maui College accepts the following scores for placement into College-Level Math or English. Meeting with an academic advisor can help to determine which scores are appropriate for entry.
Incoming students can self-reported or provide copies of the following: Cumulative High School GPA of 2.6; High school grades in specified classes; and ACT, SAT, Smarter Balanced, GED, HiSET.
Take EdReady Math or English
UHMC is using EdReady College Readiness scores to help students determine their starting course for English and Math. After you complete the initial diagnostic test you can use your score to register for classes. You can also keep working on your learning path to improve your score. When you hit a score milestone, you’ll get an email letting you know the next math or English course you have qualified for.
Submit Previously Taken Accuplacer Results
The Accuplacer Placement test is used to place students in appropriate English and Math courses, and also identifies prerequisite skill levels for certain courses and programs. (If you took the COMPASS test within the past two years and want to use those scores for placement into classes, you do not need to take the Accuplacer test.)
As of June 15th, 2020, new students without placement scores or other multiple measures will be required to take EdReady Math and English. The University will still accept Accuplacer scores taken within 2 years of entry