Mathematics Placement Exam
NLN Pre-Admission Exam
General Testing Rules
Each student must meet the
standards of proficiency in the basic skills areas of mathematics, reading,
speech, and writing as established by the college and the City University.
All matriculated students and students enrolled in the Certificate program
are tested in these areas after admission, but prior to registration, to
determine whether they meet college and university standards.
SAT (Scholastic Aptitude Test)
The purpose of the test is to help determine whether a student is likely to
succeed in the first year of college. It is recommended, but not required,
that applicants for admission to the freshman class take the SAT. The SAT is
required for admission to the Early Admission Program, the Scholars Program,
and for Brooklyn Foundation, Inc., Merit Scholarships.
This test is administered by:
Princeton, NJ 08541
All applicants should write to the Educational Testing Service (ETS) to have
their scores forwarded:
Educational Testing Service
Admissions Testing Program
Princeton, NJ 08540
Applicants must request the Educational Testing Service to send their TOEFL
and SAT scores directly to the following address:
University Application Processing Center
P.O. Box 359023
Brooklyn, NY 11235-9023
The SAT and the TOEFL should be taken no later than January for September
admission or July for February admission. These tests are given both in the
U.S. and outside the U.S.