Due to precautions related to COVID-19, please note the following information:
Virtual Help Center
Our Testing staff is available via our Virtual Help Center to support you and answer your questions.
Follow the link below between the hours of 9:00 am - 4:00 pm, Monday - Friday.
Our Math Placement is now online and can be proctored remotely.
Other ways to reach us during this time:
Save yourself time and money by starting your math classes at the right level. Here's how.
Math placement determines which math class you'll take first at LCC. Placement can be anywhere from Adult Basic Education (ABE) classes to Math 151 (Calculus I). There are many different ways to determine math placement, such as your high school transcript or previous test scores.
One option available to all entering students is the LCC math placement test, which consists of four timed, sequential assessments (not multiple choice) done on the computer. See Topics Covered on the Math Placement Test.
Students who plan to earn a degree or certificate at LCC, or who plan to transfer to a four-year institution, must complete placement testing or provide documentation for one of the alternative placement options before enrolling.
A comprehensive list of resources designed to help you with Math Placement. Options available for students of all math levels.
Lower Columbia College has several alternatives to the math placement exam. Please examine the table below to see if you meet any of the criteria.
If you are a currently enrolled high school student, or graduated from high school sometime in the last ten years, please see our High School to College Placement page for even more alternative placement options.
|Alternative||Required Score/Grade||Eligible for the following courses|
|GED Math Exam||165 - 200||MATH 098, MATH& 107, MATH& 131,
|SAT Math Exam||550 and above||MATH 098, MATH& 107, MATH& 131,
|BEdA/ABE||BEdA Placement Grid||
MATH 78 - 98, MATH& 107, MATH& 131,
We look forward to serving you! The Testing Center is conveniently located in Main (MAN) 128. No appointment is needed. If you need accommodations please contact Disability Support Services, (360) 442-2340.