ESOL Assessment

ACC's ESOL (English for Speakers of Other Languages) Program requires an assessment to be eligible to take classes. 

The ESOL assessment includes a written exam, computer test and oral interview to measure your English reading, writing, listening, and speaking levels. In some cases, your results may indicate you do not need ESOL classes.

If you are an international student, contact the International Student Office before testing.

ESOL assessment steps

Follow these steps to complete the ESOL assessment.

  1. Pay the ESOL assessment fee online or at any campus Cashier Office. (You must show your student ID number.)
  2. On test day, bring an official photo ID, and your assessment fee receipt. Know your ACC student ID number and your social security number. Allow 2-4 hours to complete the assessment.
  3. After you test, you will be given information to complete the oral interview and all the information needed to register.

International students

If you are an international student, contact the International Student Office before testing.

What's covered

The ESOL assessment includes a written exam and oral interview to measure your English reading, writing, listening, and speaking levels. In some cases, your results may indicate you do not need ESOL classes.

ESOL Assessment Schedule


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