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English Placement Test
(EPT)
Entry Level Math
(ELM)
Exam in Writing Proficiency (EWP)
Chemistry Placement Exam (CPE)
Math Qualifying Exam
(MQE)
Common Entrance, Placement & Certification Exams
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Common Entrance, Placement & Certification Exams
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Bullet Point CSET Bullet Point DAT Bullet Point EIT
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ACT (Assessment)

Entering CSU students with less than 56 semester or 84 quarter units must submit either ACT or SAT test scores before eligibility for admission can be determined.

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CBEST (California Basic Education Skills Test)

Students who wish to qualify for a preliminary Multiple Subject Credential or Single Subject Credential must pass the CBEST.

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CLEP (College Level Examination Program)

CSUF grants undergraduate college credit to students who achieve passing scores on certain CLEP examinations.

CSET (California Subject Examinations for Teachers)

Students working towards a teaching credential may be required to take the CSET in order to verify subject matter competency.

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DAT (Dental Admission Test)

Students desiring to enter dental school are required to take the DAT.

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EIT (Engineer in Training Exam)

The EIT is the first step toward qualification as a registered Professional Engineer.

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ELM (CSU Entry Level Mathematics Examination)

ELM scores are used to evaluate a studentís readiness to take college-level mathematics courses.

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EPT (CSU English Placement Test)

EPT scores are used to place students at CSUF in English 101, a credit course in composition or English 99, a non-credit course in developmental writing.

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EWP (Junior Level Examination in Writing Proficiency)

All students completing the bachelorís degree at CSUF must pass the EWP as part of the upper division baccalaureate writing requirement.

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GED (General Educational Development Examination)

The GED exam provides persons who have not completed high school an opportunity to achieve credit equivalent to high school graduation.

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GMAT (Graduate Management Admission Test)

Students wishing to enter graduate programs in business are often required to take the GMAT.

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GRE (Graduate Record Examination)

Students desiring to enter a wide range of graduate programs may be required to take the GRE.

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LSAT (Law School Admission Test)

Students desiring to enter law school may be required to take the LSAT.

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MCAT (Medical College Admission Test)

Students desiring to enter medical school are required to take the MCAT.

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MQE (Mathematics Qualifying Exam)

Students at CSUF who wish to enroll in Mathematics 130, 135 or 150A must pass the MQE.

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SAT (SAT I) and Subject Tests (SAT II)

Entering CSU students with less than 56 semester or 84 quarter units must submit either ACT or SAT-I test scores before eligibility for admission can be determined.

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TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language)

All applicants to CSUF regardless of citizenship, whose native language or language of instruction is other than English are required to present scores for the Test of English as a Foreign Language.

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