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How do I know whether or not I need to take USU Eastern assessment test?
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If a student has not taken a college placement test (ACT or SAT) in one year prior to enrolling at USU Eastern, he/she must take USU Eastern's placement test called the ACCUPLACER. Advisors use these scores to make recommendations on which Math and English classes a student should enroll in. Contact USU Eastern's Testing Center for more information
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