Congratulations on your acceptance into a Seneca program. Skills Assessment is a tool to determine academic placement for your English and/or math class during your first semester of studies.
As a new Seneca student, you may need to write a Skills Assessment. Please check here to see if your program requires a Skills Assessment.
As soon as you have confirmed your offer of admission and verified that your program requires a Skills Assessment, please book your Skills Assessment. Please note that, when the semester begins, students can no longer book their Skills Assessment. The Test Centre will gladly accommodate you on a walk-in basis, during our hours of operation.
If you are experiencing difficulties with the online booking system please email the Assessment Department at email@example.com.
If you have a learning or physical disability requiring special accommodation, please contact the Counselling and Accessibility Services prior to booking your Skills Assessment appointment.
Note: Calculators are not allowed in any of the tests.
All personal information collected by Seneca College is protected under the Freedom of Information and Protection of Individual Privacy Act of Ontario. The personal information collected during this assessment, both written and computerized, is collected under the legal authority of the Colleges and Universities Act, regulation 770. The information will be used to assess your skill levels in English and Mathematics. It will be made available to appropriate College faculty and administrators in order to ensure appropriate subject placement, provide advisement about academic services and academic progress, and conduct research into academic assessment, advisement and academic success.
For questions or concerns regarding your Skills Assessment
416.491.5050 ext. 26868
- Access our Skills Assessment preparation resources before writing your Skills Assessment.
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