Math Diagnostic Tests

MATH 1013 (Intro Calculus) and MATH 1613 (Business Math)

MATH 1013 (Intro Calculus)

All students that are registered for Math 1013 must take a diagnostic (math placement) test.  The diagnostic (math placement) test concentrates on some of the basic high school mathematics that is really the minimum needed in order to take a university level calculus course. There is no need to have taken calculus in high school in order to answer the questions on this diagnostic. In fact there is no need for high school calculus in order to take Math 1013.

The diagnostic (math placement) test you will be taking is a multiple-choice test consisting of 25 basic questions, which will be administered during orientation week.  This test was designed to see how much students have retained from high school math.  Students are not expected to study for this test.  It is used as a basis to counsel those students who may need extra help with Calculus.
 

Math 1013 (Intro Calculus) Diagnostic Test 

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MATH 1613 (Business Math)

Students registered for Math 1613 may be required to take the diagnostic (math placement) test.  The diagnostic (math placement) test concentrates on some of the basic high school mathematics that is really the minimum needed in order to take a university level business mathematics course. 

The diagnostic you will be taking is a multiple-choice test consisting of 20 basic questions, which will be administered during orientation week.  This test was designed to see how much students have retained from high school math.  Students are not expected to study for this test.  It is used as a basis to counsel those students who may need extra help with this course.

Math 1613 (Business Math) Diagnostic Test

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**Students need only bring a pencil and an eraser to the tests.

 

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Published by:  Department of Mathematics & Statistics

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Last Revised:  August 11, 2004

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