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You may also find these additional resources helpful.


Frequently Asked Questions

What determines which Math class I'll be placed in?

Find your Math Placement Options.

This Choose Your Math Path document shows the different types of courses on the R.E.A.L. Path and the Tech Path. Choose the path that best matches your preferences.


Am I ready for the class that I have been placed in?

The following Placement Self-Assessments can help you determine if you have been placed in the right level of math for your current math knowledge. If your official placement is lower than your self-assessment indicates, you can challenge your placement using ALEKS PPL - Placement, Preparation, and Learning

How do I add a Developmental Class to my schedule?

To add a class, students must meet the prerequisite requirement. How you add a class to your schedule also depends upon when you are trying to do so. Please see this step-by-step guide on how to add a Dev Math Class to your schedule If you are unsure which math class is best for you, please click here to get started.


What classes do I take to prepare for college mathematics?

The developmental math classes you should take depend on which quantitative literacy (QL) requirement you will need for graduation. See the Choose Your Math Path document for the courses and learning paths.


Pre-requisite math courses expire. (Grade received must be a C or better)

If your prerequisite has expired, register for a MathPrep workshop. Instead of retaking the prerequisite course, you can work for about 10 hours with one of our instructors to refresh your math knowledge. As soon as you are registered for the workshop, you can get an override to register in the next course in your math sequence. See Math Prep for more information.

Semester

Course

Grade

Expires

Allowed to use course

Spr 2015

Math 0950,0990,0810 or 1010

C or better

End of Spr 17

To register for next math course in Sum 17 or Fall 17

Sum 2015

Math 0950,0990,0810 or 1010

C or better

End of Sum 17

To register for next math course in Fall 17 only

Fall 2015

Math 0950,0990,0810 or 1010

C or better

End of Fall 17

To register for next math course in Spr 18 only

Spr 2016

Math 0950,0990,0810 or 1010

C or better

End of Spr 18

To register for next math course in Sum 18 or Fall 18

Sum 2016

Math 0950,0990,0810 or 1010

C or better

End of Sum 18

To register for next math course in Fall 18 only

Fall 2016

Math 0950,0990,0810 or 1010

C or better

End of Fall 18

To register for next math course in Spr 19 only


I did not pass my quiz/test, now what?

Check out this PDF that details your options and how to review quizzes and tests!

 

 

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