DVC offers the online placement tool (formerly Multiple Measures) to students with a current application on file.
Student Academic Integrity
Anyone found cheating, or presumed to be cheating, will have all testing materials
confiscated, and will be referred to a conduct officer for disciplinary action which
could include permanent loss of privileges and access to the Assessment Center.
Disability Support Services (DSS) students
If you require extra time or other accommodations for a disability, please register
with DVC’s Disability Support Services office before scheduling an assessment (Student Services Center, room 248, phone:
During the Assessment
You may not leave until the completion of the assessment. Bathroom breaks are not
permitted. Once you begin an assessment it will count as having been taken.
All electronics must be turned off and put away. Headphones must also be removed.
Only scratch paper, pencil and student ID are allowed on the desk.
No other websites or computer applications may be accessed during the assessment.
Hoods or hats that covers your ears must be removed.
No food or drink is allowed in the assessment room.
After the Assessment
Please bring all scratch paper and personal belongings with you when exiting the room.
Placement results are usually available on the same day. Please be sure to click “print”
for your results page before leaving the assessment room. Placement(s) will be posted
to your student account within 48 business hours. The College and Assessment Center
does not release scores or placements to other persons, agencies, or institutions.
The College and Assessment Center does not reprint placements or release scores to
students or others.
Chemistry assessment may be taken only once per semester.
The online ISSA assessment may be taken as many times as needed. The ISSA assessment
may be taken at home or at the Enrollment Lab.
Please note: The ISSA is only used for clearance into math courses. It cannot be
used to clear prerequisites for other disciplines.
(Please Note: The spring and summer semesters are counted as one whole semester).