Submit all supporting documents:
1. Broward College Application Form
2. Student enrolment form (ACHE)
3. Education certificates (O/L, A/L, other certificates/ transcripts)
4. Passport/ NIC copy
5. 3 colour photographs (passport size)
6. Birth Certificate copy
7. General Agreement, Terms & conditions form signed
MINIMUM ADMISSIONS REQUIREMENTS
The basic requirements that must be satisfied before you can be accepted to the American College, is your academic ability- you should have at least 5 credit passes in the local or GCE/ GCSE/ IGCSE O Levels including Mathematics and English.
Successful candidates will be considered for admission.
Once the student is accepted, the Postsecondary Education Readiness Test (PERT) has to be taken in Math and English.
Broward College transitioned to the Postsecondary Education Readiness Test (PERT), Florida’s new college placement test, as the primary placement mechanism. Thereby all students enrolled at the American College of Higher Education has to require strong language skills.
The PERT identifies appropriate course placement (developmental education through college credit) in Reading, Writing, and Mathematics. There are 30 questions per placement subtest, and the scaled scores range from 50-150.
PERT Testing Procedure
- The test can only be taken one time—no repeats.
- LKR 1000 charge, must be paid prior to taking the test to the cashier
- Contact a coordinator for available dates and times.
PERT STUDY GUIDE – Please review the PERT study guide prior to taking the exam.
PERT PRACTICE TEST – Math, reading, and writing practice tests
TESTING PLACEMENT TABLE – view cut-off scores and appropriate course placement test
- Once submitted, your application and other documents and materials become the property of American College of Higher Education
- Students who will be receiving any scholarship and/or financial aid award will be notified with the letter of admission.
- You will be admitted only for the semester indicated in your letter of admission. If you are unable to enroll for that semester, you must inform your respective coordinators.