ACCUPLACER Arithmetic, Quantitative Reasoning, Algebra, and Statistics Practice Test

The ACCUPLACER Arithmetic, Quantitative Reasoning, Algebra, and Statistics tests are computer-adaptive tests comprised of 20 questions of varying complexities. To help you prepare for these sections of the ACCUPLACER, this page contains everything you need to know, including what topics are covered, how many questions there are, and how you can study effectively.

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How many questions are on the test?

The arithmetic subtest contains 20 questions, and the QAS subtest contains 20 questions.

How do you pass the ACCUPLACER math test?

There is no “pass/fail” scoring system for the ACCUPLACER math test. Your score will be placed on a score range of 200-300. Your placement on that range will indicate your mathematics knowledge and abilities.

To achieve a high score on the ACCUPLACER math test, you will need to spend an adequate amount of time studying for the test.

What is a good score on the ACCUPLACER math test?

Your ACCUPLACER math test score will be placed on a score range of 200-300. Within that range are five score bands:

  • 200-236
  • 237-249
  • 250-262
  • 263-275
  • 276-300

A good score to aim for is the 263-275 score band.

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Alli graduated with her bachelor’s degree in Mathematics in 2020 and serves as the Math Content Coordinator for Mometrix. She uses her passion for math to help create and edit math content that is understandable and enjoyable for learners at any level.


by Mometrix Test Preparation | This Page Last Updated: February 9, 2023