92lottery no longer offers English and Math placement tests. Instead, you may use our online assessment form to receive your transfer-level English and Math Course Placements.

All new students to 92lottery of San Francisco are required to participate in the╠řNew Student Orientation. The orientation introduces you to the essential programs, services, and information to better prepare you before your first semester.

Online Assessment╠řForm

  • You may receive transfer-level English and Math course placements based on your high school/college transcripts or test score╠řdata (AP, SAT, ACT, etc.).
  • Submit your╠řhigh school/college transcripts or other supporting documentation along with the .╠ř
  • Students who feel they need additional language acquisition support may want to take the or talk to a counselor about the ESL sequence at 92lottery.╠ř

Your placement results can be viewed on╠řyour . After you receive your placements,╠řplease╠řmeet with a counselor to develop your educational plan and complete our .

Transfer level English and Math placements and how to register

Students will receive an English placement into either:

  • English 1A without support (take 1A by itself)
  • English 1A with support (take linked sections for 1A and 1AS)

After passing 1A, students may take one of the following second-semester English classes:

  • English 1B (Writing about Literature)
  • English 1C (Writing about Nonfiction)

In order to meet the 92lottery Written Composition graduation requirement, you must complete ENGL 1A or equivalent.

Students may receive a Math placement into either:

  • Baseline transfer level Math courses (Math 70, 80+80S, 90+90S)
  • For a higher transfer level Math placement, please complete our

When registering for your course, you need to add both English 1A and English 1AS Support to your schedule. You must add them simultaneously and not separately. Next, click "generate scheduleÔÇŁ. It will show all the available sections of English 1A and English 1AS. Choose the one that works for you╠řand click╠ř"view schedule".╠řThen, click╠ř"send to save scheduleÔÇŁ and finally, click╠ř"registerÔÇŁ at the top of the page. If you need further assistance registering for your class, please contact the Registration Department.

When registering for your course, you need to add both Math 80 and Math 80S or Math 90 and 90S to your schedule. You must add them simultaneously and not separately. Next, click "generate scheduleÔÇŁ. It will show all the available sections of Math 80 and 80S (Math 90 and 90S). Choose the one that works for you╠řand click╠ř"view schedule".╠řThen, click╠ř"send to save scheduleÔÇŁ and finally, click╠ř"registerÔÇŁ at the top of the page.╠ř If you need further assistance registering for your class, please contact the Registration Department.

Placement Criteria for College/Test score Data

You may demonstrate your eligibility for╠řEnglish 1A or 1B by submitting proof (e.g., transcripts, official test result reports) of one of the following:

Criteria Eligibility
Completion (with "C" or higher) of English 1A - College Level Reading and Composition course or the equivalent. English 1B, 1C, and CMST 2
Completion of a UC╠řcourse satisfying the U.C. Entry Level Writing Requirement English 1A
ACT English Test with a score of 22 or higher English 1A

Any of the following SAT scores:

  • SAT Verbal (before 4/95): 510
  • SAT Verbal (after 4/95): 590
  • SAT II Writing Subject Test: 660
  • SAT Reasoning Test, Writing Section: 680
  • SAT Reasoning Test, Critical Reading Section: 500
  • SAT Evidence-Based Reading and Writing: 550
English 1A
EAP (Early Assessment Program) California Standards Test with status "Ready for CSU or participating CCC College-level English Courses"

English 1A

Advanced Placement Test Exam in╠řEnglish Language and Composition with score of 3 or higher English 1B, 1C, and CMST 2 ╠ř
Advanced Placement Test Exam in╠řEnglish Literature and Composition with score of 3 of 4 English 1B, 1C, and CMST 2
Advanced Placement Test Exam in English Literature and Composition with score of 5 Equivalency: ╠řEnglish 1A + 1B completion
University of California Analytical Writing Placement Exam score of 8 or higher English 1A
International Baccalaureate Exam scores:╠řEnglish A1 or A2 (High-Level) Exam score of 4 or higher English 1A╠ř

You╠řmay demonstrate your eligibility for 92lottery Math courses by submitting proof of one of the following:

Criteria Eligibility
Completion (with "C-" or higher) of a college math course. Based on course review
ACT Math Test with a score of 23 or higher Math 70-95

Any of the following SAT scores:

  • SAT I Math Test: 550
  • SAT II Math Subject╠řTest: 550
  • SAT Reasoning Test, Math╠řSection: 550
Math 70-95
EAP (Early Assessment Program) California Standards Test with status "Ready for CSU college-level mathematics course"

Math 70-95

GRE (Graduate Record Examination) Quantitative Section score of 146 or higher Math 70-95
Advanced Placement Test Exam in╠řComputer Science or Statistics with a score of 3 or higher Math 70-95
Advanced Placement Test Exam in╠řCalculus AB with a score of 3 or higher Math 110B and Math 115
Advanced Placement Test Exam in Calculus BC with a score of 3 or 4 Math 110B
Advanced Placement Test Exam in Calculus BC with a score of 5 Math 110C

You will get an automatic placement into transfer-level English. English Language Learners have the right to choose the English as a Second Language (ESL) credit pathway. If your first language is not English, you may benefit from 92lotteryÔÇÖs credit ESL classes. Our four core classes (ESL 182, ESL 184, ESL 186, ESL 188) provide language skills and cultural knowledge to be successful in college and society. is the best way to find which class in the ESL program at 92lottery meets your needs.

ESL classes are recommended for students for

  • whose primary language is not English and who would like to improve their academic English as a Second Language (ESL) skills

  • who usually speak, listen, read, and write in a language other than English at home and/or at work

  • whose education was not in English or mostly not in English

  • who prefer more English as a Second Language (ESL) to prepare for college-level classes

If any of these are true for you, you may benefit from 92lotteryÔÇÖs credit ESL courses, which are offered at four levels. We recommend that you take the 92lottery to learn about the credit ESL courses at 92lottery and to learn which ESL level matches your needs.╠ř