Placement testing for incoming students is offered remotely and by appointment at select Sinclair locations. Please call 937-512-3000 for details. In person (on campus) academic testing for courses is suspended until further notice. Contact your instructor for more information.
The placement test is an untimed computerized assessment in math and/or English that Sinclair uses to ensure that you enroll in the classes that are right for you. There is no cost for placement testing. Upon completion of the placement test, your Academic Advisor will review your scores with you and help make appropriate recommendations for course registration or review.
Be sure to talk to your Advisor or call 937-512-3000 to confirm if you need placement testing. If you are in high school, graduated within the last two years, attended college before, and/or took a placement test at another college or university within the last two years it is possible you may not have to test.
Once you confirm what test(s) you need to take, decide whether you would like to test remotely (from home) or in person. In person testing is available by appointment only (no walk-ins). Please call 937-512-3000 or your preferred Sinclair regional center location to schedule an in-person placement test.
To schedule a remote placement test, please visit the following website:
One appointment is required per test. If you plan to take more than one test in a day, please schedule your tests at least two hours apart.
When remote testing, follow these tips:
Academic testing is for distance learning/Sinclair Online students, students who have been approved to make up a classroom test and students requiring accommodations who are registered with Accessibility Services. In-person academic testing is currently suspended due to COVID-19.
A valid state/government issued ID or active Tartan Card is required for all testing.
Cell Phone and Electronic Device Policy
In consideration of others and for testing security purposes, you are required to show us that you have powered off your cell phone or electronic device before testing.