Calculus Readiness Test & Calculus Waiver Exam
Calculus Waiver Exam
The Calculus Waiver Exam is an optional test designed for students who took calculus in high school but either did not take the AP Exam or received an AP score of 3 or below. Passing this test waives MTH 230: Calculus I, enabling students to register for upper-level math courses that require MTH 230 as a prerequisite. While passing this test waives MTH 230, students do not receive any college credits toward graduation. A passing score is 70 or higher.
For students in majors with a choice of math course, passing this test also waives the math requirement for the major. For students in majors requiring MTH 180: Introduction to Statistics, passing this test does NOT waive this statistics requirement.
This exam is administered during New Student Orientation, and students who register will receive more details about permitted materials and the specific schedule in early August.
Contact Professor Melanie Brown at email@example.com with questions about the Calculus Waiver Exam.
Please sign up before August 24, 2024, by completing this form. The test will be administered on August 25, 2024.
Calculus Readiness Test
Test Deadline: August 1
Students scheduled to take MTH 230: Calculus I in the fall-including those students majoring in Applied Mathematics, Game Programming, and Computer Science & Innovation-are required to take and pass an online Calculus Readiness Test before being enrolled in MTH 230. Information about this test will be emailed to those students on June 24. The test must be completed by August 1 in order to finalize class schedules.
If you did not receive information by email about the Calculus Readiness Test by July 7 but are interested in taking MTH 230, please contact Professor Melanie Brown at firstname.lastname@example.org.