You can find your score on the assessment in several ways:
- On myZou:
Scores on the Math Placement assessment are posted to myZou on the next business day. Students can access their score on myZou under the Student Center. Select Academics, then use the dropdown menu to select "Student Academic Profile". Press "Run", and it will send a .pdf file to your student email address that will display all of your test results.
- On Math Placement Test:
Immediately after completing the Placement test, you will be shown your score. You will receive an email with your score as well. You can log back into the Math Placement test and review your score.
Congratulations! Continue to use your Prep and Learning Module to improve your chances for success. The placement result above is the minimum preparation required for your course! Take advantage of the targeted review and learning features to get a better grade in your class.
To enroll in your math course:
- If you are an incoming freshman/transfer student who has not yet attended Summer Welcome: There is nothing you need to do. Your adviser will be able to view your score and will assist you in enrolling in your courses during Summer Welcome.
- If you plan to enroll yourself in your math course: Login to myZou to complete your registration. Note that it takes up to two business days for your score to be available in myZou. If you have waited two business days and you are still unable to enroll, please contact the Math Office at (573) 882-6221 for assistance.
You can use the Study Guide to review and learn, and you may take another placement assessment to improve your placement result.
The Math Department has strict prerequisite requirements for our courses, and we are unwilling to lower the minimum score for placement into a course. The good news is that spending time in the Study Guide will most likely allow you to increase your score on your next assessment, and will also help to prepare you for your upcoming math course.
Whether or not you can graduate in 4 years depends both on your major and your particular math placement—many students do not place directly into their required math course, yet are able to graduate in 4 years. For example, your academic adviser may help you develop an alternate schedule, in which some of your electives or general education courses are reordered. You might also catch up with credits from a summer course. The most important thing is to discuss your options with your academic advisor, instead of simply delaying your math course.
Also, remember that time spent in the Study Guide may help you to improve your course placement while also preparing you for your upcoming math course.
No. An exemption is based on ACT or SAT Math scores, as outlined College Algebra Exemption page. If you do not already have credit for Math 1100, you can try to take the Proctored ALEKS Exam in order to receive credit for Math 1100. Otherwise, you will have to take College Algebra.