Somehow I knew this was a for-profit. The reason for this assumption is that many people who attend for-profits are sort of self-conscious about it considering their track records of charging high tuition, low graduation and retention rates and histories of lawsuits and deception in the recruitment of students.
I would not worry about getting accepted, they take just about anybody with a high school diploma, GED and no felonies.
Any preadmission test is usually just a deceptive formality. The real object of their desire is your Federally backed Title IV loan money and Pell grants. Up to 80-90% of the students attending these sub-par schools are loaned up this way and with graduation rates so low most are left paying off expensive loans for 10 or 20 years without a degree. Most certainly go to a community college and save yourself a lot of time, money and grief as other posters have advised.
But don't believe me go to (collegescorecard.ed.gov) look up these schools and you will see what I mean. Also conduct a thorough net search to get the full picture.
I wish you all the best in finding a reputable school to attend.