PERT: Your pathway to Florida College Education

​​The Post Secondary Education Readiness Test (PERT) is a computer based adaptive placement exam, taken by students seeking admittance to the Florida public (community) colleges.This test has three subtests: Reading, Writing and Math, each containing 30 questions, and is untimed. Students receive the test results immediately.

Middle and High school students seeking to earn college credits, dual enrollment, oradmittance to the School of Advanced Studies (SAS), Miami Dade College honors college,and Florida community colleges take this test. One can take this in the centers located within the Florida State colleges and Universities, in selected locations within the states of AZ, CA and the Bahamas. While there are no set dates to take the test, whenever ready, the student can take this testona walk-in basis.

If the test centers do not accept an appointment, arrive early. This will help reduce the stress of taking an exam.

Can I bring a calculator to the testing cubicle?

How many times can I take the PERT?

How long is the PERT exam?

 What is the safe PERT score?

 How long is the test scores valid?

 Are there any alternatives to PERT exam?

 Are there any predetermined dates to take PERT?

Does FPLA help prepare for the PERT?

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