If you’re considering taking the CUNY Assessment Test, it’s important to know what will happen if you fail. This test is required for students who want to enroll in certain CUNY courses, and failure to pass can lead to a number of consequences. For example, you may not be able to enroll in the course or you may have to retake the course. In some cases, you may also be required to withdraw from CUNY altogether. It’s important to know what will happen if you don’t pass the test so that you can make an informed decision about whether or not to take it.
If you failed the CUNY admission test in December, it’s not the end of the world. CUNY offers the following two options:
1. Take the test again in March and receive a new score. This means you have two months to try again.
2. Apply for a waiver. CUNY will consider waiving your score if you can provide documentation of financial hardship.
If you fail the CUNY Assessment Test, a few options are available. You can retake the test, enroll in a CUNY Preparatory program, or take classes at a community college. However, the best option would be to retake the test and pass it so you can enroll in the CUNY school of your choice.