**NOTE: If you assessed before April 2010, please contact the Assessment Center to inquire about picking up your results.**
What if I need special accommodations because of a disability?
Students with disabilities who need special accommodations for STEP in enrollment should contact Access Resource Center (ARC) Disabilities Resources at 831-646-4070 to make arrangements. You will take your assessment with the ARC program. Please see Students with Disabilities & Testing Accommodations.
¿Si Inglés no es mi primer idioma?
Si inglés no es su primer idioma, deberá tomar la evaluación de Inglés como Segundo Idioma
Parking permits are required on campus Monday through Friday. One-day parking permits cost $2 and are available for purchase at yellow machines in general parking lots. Saturday Parking is Free.
What should I NOT bring to the Assessment?
What do I bring on day of the Assessment?
One-Day Parking Permit $2
ANY valid Photo ID
Your MPC Student ID Number
If you are testing for Math, you must also tell the proctor which level (1,2,3, or 4) you will take. Please review Math Assessment pagefor sample questions and more information.
Can my high school transcript be used to clear any pre-requisites in English, English as a Second Language or Math?
High School transcripts will not clear prerequisites for English, English as a Second Language or Math classes. You must complete an assessment to clear these prerequisites.
What is a Course Sequence?
A Course Sequence is the order of progress in which courses in some departments must be taken.
For Math, English, and ESL, you can begin at the lowest course level on the sequence without testing. To register for a class further along in the sequence, you must demonstrate that you have met the skill level required for that class. Students may either assess for placement, show proof of previous testing or coursework for exemption, or challenge through the academic department.