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Designed to assess your abilities in math and chemistry.

 

A math and chemistry assessment are required as a way for the University to ensure that students are placed into the courses that best fit their needs and requirements.

 

UT Math Assessment

 

All incoming students into The College of Natural Sciences are required to purchase the Math Readiness Package.  

CNS students are not exempt as we use the UTMA for advising for other math and science courses including Chemistry and Physics. 

All CNS students are required to purchase the Math Readiness Package and take the UT Math Assessment by June 9th, 2019, regardless of possible transferred credits. 

The Math Readiness Package includes a warm up assessment, learning modules, and access to the online proctored UT Math Assessment. 

 

Non-CNS students are exempt if they:

  • Have AP or IB test scores sufficient to claim credit for first semester calculus.
  • Scored 30 or higher on the ACT Math, or 670 or higher on the SAT Quantitative within the past year*.
  • Have credit for M 305G (Preparation for Calculus) with a B- or higher.

*May 1, 2018 until present

 

Below is additional information for students not in The College of Natural Sciences.

 Cockrell School of Engineering: Yes, if you scored between a 620-669 on the SAT Quantitative, and do not meet an exemption. 

Jackson School of Geosciences: Yes, if you plan to enroll in calculus in the fall semester and do not meet an exemption.

McCombs School of Business: Yes, if you plan to enroll in calculus in the fall semester and do not meet an exemption.

Liberal Arts majors in Economics and majors in BS Psychology: Yes, if you plan to enroll in calculus in the fall semester and do not meet an exemption.

Undergraduate Studies majors planning to transfer into any colleges/majors listed above: Yes, if you plan to enroll in calculus in the fall semester and do not meet an exemption.

Students who intend to pursue health sciences or any other degree that may require Calculus: Yes, if you plan to enroll in calculus in the fall semester and do not meet an exemption.

 

Students are limited to two attempts in the summer and two attempts per long semester. 

 

Click here or on the gray Math Assessment button to your right to learn more and get started with the Math Readiness Package.

 

ALEKS Chemistry Assessment

 

Students planning to take CH 301 (Principles of Chemistry I) are required to purchase and complete the ALEKS Chemistry Assessment to place into the course.  

Do not purchase the ALEKS Chemistry Assessment if you are unsure whether you will take CH 301 (no refunds). 

Not all incoming majors will take CH 301. You will discuss what courses you will register for during your first semester at orientation.

Click here or on the burnt orange Chemistry Assessment button to your right to learn more about ALEKS Chemistry.