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Part of the admissions process is providing assessment scores for your class placement prior to class registration. The content on this page will help you with that!


Virginia Placement Test for Mathematics (VPT Math)

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For more information & VPT Math practice tests go to the SWCC Assessment & Testing page and the VCCS Mathsite at http://vccsblogs.com/math/ or review the credit for prior learning information.