Dual Enrollment Testing

  • Dual Enrollment students must complete an application and be admitted prior to testing.
  • Dual Enrollment students must complete the ACCUPLACER, ACT, PERT, or SAT prior to registering for their first term.
    • Scores will be used for placement in appropriate courses.
    • Scores must be at college level to be admitted to the Dual Enrollment General Education Path program.
    • Students not achieving college level scores may be admitted to the Dual Enrollment Career Education Path program.
  • PERT is the primary assessment utilized for students who do not have official college ready scores on file. Seminole State College will allow three (3) attempts at our institution within a two-year period. Dual Enrollment students must wait forty-eight (48) hours between testing attempts.
  • Official High-School PERT Scores will be accepted from your school district. 
  • Seminole State College accepts Official PERT Scores from other post-secondary institutions for Enrolled Students.

Please Note: The Assessment & Testing Department is not currently testing Dual Enrollment students for other Institutions.

Need to Schedule Your Placement Exam?

PERT testing is available on a walk-in basis during normal business hours at Sanford/Lake Mary, Altamonte Springs & Oviedo. Use our Sign Me Up Appointment calendar below to take advantage of  select group sessions exclusively for SCPS dual enrollment students.

PERT Testing for Dual Enrollment Students


Assessment and Testing Center 
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