After you've been accepted to an Oklahoma state college or
university, your academic advisor will help you get a good start by
ensuring you enroll in the right courses for your skill or
knowledge level. Your ACT subject test scores in science,
mathematics, reading and English will be reviewed. If you scored a
19 or better on a subject test, you'll be placed in a
credit-earning course for that subject area.
If you scored below 19 on a subject test, you may undergo
additional testing in an area or the college or university may look
at additional factors such as your high school GPA. If these
measures show you're ready for college-level work, you'll be placed
in a credit-earning course. If the test indicates you're not ready,
you'll be placed in a college course with additional support such
as mandatory tutoring or lab time.
It is important to note that institutions may require higher ACT
subject scores for admission. As with other college admission
issues, please consult with your college advisor prior to
enrollment at a particular college.
For more information on college placement, email email@example.com
or call the Student Information Hotline at 800.858.1840.
Independent (Private) Colleges and Universities
Placement policies may differ for independent (private) colleges
and universities (not tax supported, nonprofit). Check with the
institution you wish to attend for additional information.