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Mathematics Readiness

 

spring 2019

Incoming first-year students (and incoming transfer students who do not have credit for Calculus I or higher) in the following areas are required to complete the online Math Readiness Package:

  • College of Natural Sciences
  • McCombs School of Business
  • Jackson School of Geosciences
  • Cockrell School of Engineering
  • Liberal Arts majors in Economics
  • Liberal Arts majors in BS Psychology
  • Undergraduate Studies majors – students planning to transfer into any of the colleges/majors listed above
  • Students interested in health sciences that may require Calculus
  • Students pursuing any other degree requiring Calculus

You will have access to and must complete the Quest warm-up assessment. Your score on the warm-up assessment should guide your progress in the learning modules. Our data show that students who get at least 70% of attempted practice problems correct are generally the best prepared - for the UT Math Assessment, and to be successful in Calculus I at UT. Please follow the "Click to Download" link in your electronic receipt to be taken to the Quest warm-up assessment.All students listed above and enrolling in Calculus I must score a 70 or higher on the in-classroom UT Math Assessment by the initial drop deadline of January 18, 2019, 5pm. Continuing students who would like to refresh or improve their math skills are strongly encouraged to prepare for the UT Math Assessment by completing the Readiness package including the online Quest warm-up assessment and learning modules.Click on one of the dates below to sign up for the UT Math Assessment:              

CONTINUING STUDENTS:

CONTINUING, NEW TRANSFER, AND NEW FIRST-YEAR STUDENTS:

Additional UT Math Assessment dates will be announced following the initial drop deadline. All students in planning to enroll in M 305G in Spring 2019 must score a 55 or higher on the in-classroom UTMA by the initial drop deadline of January 18, 2019, 5pm