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The following chart indicates the association between your math placement score and the math courses offered.
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Congratulations! Your placement score has been sent to Admissions; it generally takes about 48 hours for the score to be recorded. It is a good idea to note your score and your placement level goal for your own information.
If you have only used one attempt on the placement exam, you can continue to review and try for a better grade. Many students change majors, so it is a good idea to try your best.
If you have completed two assessments, you can continue to review and take the third (and last) placement assessment. Again, it is important to complete the entire placement process at this time.
If you have completed three assessments and attained your placement goal, you have completed the placement program.
Make sure to take all three assessments.
There are several requirements for accessing the second assessment:
There are several requirements for accessing the third assessment:
If you have taken three assessments, your placement is complete. Your placement level should accurately reflect your math knowledge. If you did not achieve your placement goal, discuss your options with your adviser.
If you have not yet attained your placement goal, make sure to continue the placement process. You can access at most three placement assessments. Keep in mind you must review (five hours for the second assessment and 10 hours for the third assessment) before you can take these additional assessments.
From your college and major, you can determine your placement goal.
If you have taken three placement assessments, your placement is complete. Your placement level should accurately reflect your math knowledge. If you did not achieve your placement goal, discuss your options with your adviser.