As of January of 2019, the Assessment process changed from a testing format to a questionnaire format. It is not a test!  As a result, we no longer offer study guides for the assessment process. There are no right or wrong answers, but you will be asked about your academic history in both math and English and/or ESL. When you come to assess, you should bring a photo ID (passport, driver license, high school ID card etc.). You should also know your COC ID number, and, if easily obtainable, bring an unofficial copy of your most recent high school transcripts for you to reference. If you do not have access to your high school transcripts, you will still be allowed to assess.  Plan to spend about 90 minutes completing both your Assessment and Advisement step, which typically take place back-to-back. The Assessment part alone typically takes about 15 minutes.