De Anza is now using U.S. high school transcripts to assess most students for their knowledge and understanding of English and Math.
In some cases, however, we may need other information to match students with the right courses to help them succeed.
Here are the easy steps to complete the assessment process.
Check Your Placement
For most students, we already have your high school transcript on file. Log in to MyPortal > Apps > Student Registration. Look under "My Records" and select "View My Placement Results."
Questions about your placements? Visit our Results page.
Complete the Form – If Needed
Take an Assessment - Only If Needed
Some students – for example, students who didn't complete grades 9-11 in a U.S. high school – may still need to take an assessment for English/ESL and Math. If this applies to you, you will see a notification when you check MyPortal.
Report any AP Exam Scores or College Course Credit Earned - If Applicable
You can meet the assessment requirement by reporting previously earned English and Math college course credit.
You just need to provide the Admissions, Evaluations Unit with documentation of any college English or Math course credit earned by Advanced Placement (AP) exam scores or college transcripts. Here's how you can this:
Option 1: Have your official College Board AP Exam Score Report evaluated by sending an official College Board AP Exam Score Report to De Anza's Admissions Office. See the AP Scores webpage for more information.
Option 2: Have your official transcript evaluated by sending an official transcript to De Anza's Admissions Office. See the Transcript Evaluations webpage for more information.
Option 3: Complete the Prerequisite Clearance process using an unofficial copy of your AP scores or an unofficial copy of your college transcripts.
You must complete Option 1 or Option 2 if you want to meet the assessment requirement for Priority Enrollment. Alternatively, you may participate in De Anza's assessment process if you choose not to submit AP scores or college transcripts.
Complete Orientation, Create an Ed Plan
- Be sure to talk with your counselor about which Math, English or ESL classes are right for you. A counselor can tell you which classes are required for your academic goals, and help you find classes that provide extra support.
Register for Class!
See the Steps to Register webpage for general information about registering.
For more information about assessment results, including options for reassessment or challenging your placement, visit the Assessment Results webpage.
High School Transcript Assessment FormIf we don't have your U.S. high school transcript on file, you'll need to download this form, fill it out and return it to the Assessment Center in person (we're in RSS Room 144) or by emailing email@example.com