The Freshman Skills Assessment Program (FSAP) is a series of three tests: reading comprehension, mathematics, and writing. The University instituted these tests in 1978 in order to assess students' readiness in the these three basic academic areas. As a result of their performance, students may be required to take remedial or developmental courses in these areas to strengthen their academic skills, or ESL courses to strengthen their English language proficiency. After successful completion of coursework in any of these three areas, students are tested again on another version of the test. Successful retesting is an important part of their record.
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