The change from a 2 digit math placement score to a single digit math placement score has also included a number of other methods to meet the math placement other than taking the math placement test.
Students may take the math placement test and will receive a score of 1, 2, 3 or 4 depending on the level of the proficiency. The math placement score will then be used as prerequisites for course registration. Once a student takes the placement exam, they may also chose to use their SAT/ACT math scores or AP scores to determine their math placement level. If a student decides to take the math placement exam and also submit SAT/ACT scores, the student's highest math placement level from all submitted options will prevail.
Additional ways to determine the math placement score are below:
Alternative score options | Math Placement Score |
ACT Score below 20 | Math Placement Level 1 |
ACT score 20 - 21 | Math Placement Level 2 |
ACT score 22 - 24 | Math Placement Level 3 |
ACT score 25 and above | Math Placement Level 4 |
(SAT taken before March 2016) | Math Placement Level 1 |
(SAT taken before March 2016) | Math Placement Level 2 |
(SAT taken before March 2016) | Math Placement Level 3 |
(SAT taken before March 2016) | Math Placement Level 4 |
(SAT taken March 2016 or later) | Math Placement Level 1 |
(SAT taken March 2016 or later) | Math Placement Level 2 |
(SAT taken March 2016 or later) | Math Placement Level 3 |
(SAT taken March 2016 or later) | Math Placement Level 4 |
AP CALC test score 2,3,4 or 5 | Math Placement Level 4 |
AP PHYS 1 and 2 with score 4 or 5 | Math Placement Level 4 |
AP PHYS C with score 4 or 5 | Math Placement Level 4 |
Transfer Pre-Calculus course | Math Placement Level 4 |
Transfer Calculus course | Math Placement Level 4 |