Nelson-Denny Practice Test
The Nelson Denny test isn’t really an admissions test in the usual sense of the phrase, as it typically isn’t used to help determine which applicants will be admitted, and which ones won’t. It is more of a diagnostic exam.
There are two parts to the exam: Vocabulary, and Reading Comprehension.
CASAS is the most widely used competency-based assessment system in the United States designed to assess the relevant real-world basic skills of adult learners. CASAS measures the basic skills and the English language and literacy skills needed to function effectively at work and in life.
This guide will guide you to resources that will help you prepare for and take tests such as COMPASS, High School Equivalency/GED ®, TOEFL, and more.
Each test has own tab, so click the tab for your test.
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Help on campus
Whether you're stuck on math, reading, writing, or all of the above, there are many GRCC resources to help you:
1. Ask a librarian for help finding books, articles, and other information.
2. Go to (or make an appointment at) GRCC's Math Learning Center.
4. Call or visit the Welcome Center for details on what to bring to the test, how to schedule a test, and more.