ALEKS PPL: Placement, Preparation & Learning
The last day to take the ALEKS Math Placement Exam for Spring 2019 is Friday, January 4th.
(Note: After January 4th there will be no ALEKS testing allowed. We will begin testing for future semesters on Friday, Febuary 1st.)
USU uses the ALEKS PPL tool for student placement and provide students with resources to help them succeed in meeting their Math requirements.
What is ALEKS PPL?
How does ALEKS work?
How many times can I take the placement exam?
When should I take the placement exam?
What score do I need to get on the placement exam?
|Minimum ALEKS Test Score||USU Courses You Will Be Authorized to Register For|
How do I access ALEKS?
What happens after I sign-up for ALEKS?
Where can I take a proctored placement exam?
Students in Logan can take a proctored placement assessment at the Logan testing center located on the south side of the Merrill-Cazier Library. Students who do not live close to Logan can take the exams at any regional campus USU testing center or with any USU-approved proctor.
Logan Testing Center info:
Location - South side of Merrill-Cazier Library
Phone Number - (435) 797-3617
Email - firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information on taking a proctored exam at USU, finding a proctor near your home, or requesting approval for a proctor, please call 1-855-834-2370.
Can I take a proctored placement exam from home or another remote location?
Yes, students may use Honorlock Proctoring to take any ALEKS placement assessment remotely using a computer with a webcam and microphone. There is a $13.00 proctoring fee for each attempt. Please review the Honorlock quickstart and guidelines prior to the test.
Honorlock Remote proctoring is available on-demand 24/7, with no scheduling required.
Use Honorlock by following these steps:
- Using Google Chrome, install the Honorlock Chrome Extension.
- With the extension installed, navigate to your ALEKS placement assessment and follow the proctoring instructions that appear on-screen.
What if I see questions I don't know?