The CUNY reading test is a computer-based exam with an untimed, multiple-choice format.
In order to register for a college-level English course, a reading assessment score of at least 70 is necessary.
The test itself consists of several passages, each followed by a short series of questions.
The answers can be found within the text of the passage.
Score high enough, and you will place out of certain introductory courses, being able to get your B. The CUNY math test is computer-based, untimed and multiple-choice.
You can expect to encounter four separate sections: The CUNY math assessment test relates to your placement during the 1st semester college algebra. If you do well on that portion, you will move on to the College Algebra part of the CATM.
The CUNY writing test assesses your readiness to begin a college-level English writing course, the CATW is a standardized test designed to measure your reading, thinking and writing skills.
When participating in the CATW, you will find a 90-minute timed test containing two essays.
I take this approach for every test and my scores increase everyday.
CUNY placement exams are critical for your admission to CUNY undergraduate programs as well as for 1st semester course placement.