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Placement Information for Incoming Freshman Students

### 1. Math Placement General Information for Incoming Freshmen

- 1.1. Math Placement Scores and General Information
- 1.2. Do my test scores expire?
- 1.3. What SAT I MSS, ACT MATH , or PPL score do I need to register for a MATH course?
- 1.4. I have an ACT / SAT score that is not showing in Next Steps.
- 1.5. My ACT or SAT math score is just barely too old. Why can’t I can’t use it for math placement?
- 1.6. Can I use my High School Math Course for Placement into a UA Math Course?
- 1.7. My advisor says I need a different MATH course. What should I do?
- 1.8. I would like to place into a higher course. What should I do?

### 2. Schedule For Success, Math 100 and SAS 100AX

- 2.1. What is Math 100?
- 2.2. Why did I place into Math 100 and SAS 100AX?
- 2.3. Should I take the PPL Assessment?
- 2.4. I want to try to qualify for a higher Math course. What should I do?
- 2.5. My SAT or ACT Math score is not showing in my Next Steps Center:
- 2.6. What if I have college math credit?
- 2.7. I placed out of Math 100 and SAS 100AX. How do I drop these courses?

### 3. ALEKS PPL Assessment for Incoming Freshmen

- 3.1. I did not take the PPL Assessment. Can you mark the Math Placement section of my Next Steps Center as complete?
- 3.2. Should I take the PPL Assessment?
- 3.3. Am I required to take the PPL Assessment (Math Placement Test)?
- 3.4. About the PPL Assessment
- 3.5. How do I access the PPL Assessment?
- 3.6. I am having trouble taking the PPL Assessment
- 3.7. My Math PPL Assessment Score
- 3.8. I just took or retook the PPL Assessment. How soon can I register?
- 3.9. Can I take the test more than once?
- 3.10. Can I review / study for the test?
- 3.11. Are there any accommodations available to me if I am registered with the Disability Resource Center (DRC)?
- 3.12. I took the PPL Assessment after orientation. How do I change my schedule?

### 4. AP, IB, and Other College Math Credit for Incoming Freshmen

- 4.1. I have college Math transfer credit but no SAT, ACT, or PPL scores. What do I need to do?
- 4.2. I have college Math transfer credit. What do I need to do?
- 4.3. I have College Math Credit, how can I add the Next UA Math course?
- 4.4. How do I check if my Math credits are in the UA system?
- 4.5. I have college math credit. What course can I take next?
- 4.6. I already took an AP Calculus exam in a previous semester and have AP Calculus credit
- 4.7. I took the AP Calculus exam (AB or BC) in May of this year and don’t have my score yet.
- 4.8. How is AP Math credit awarded? What score do I need?
- 4.9. I have credit for AP Statistics. What does this count for? What course can I take next?
- 4.10. I have AP or other Calculus credit, how do I know if I am ready to take the “next” course?
- 4.11. I have CLEP Math credit:
- 4.12. I have Math credit for the Cambridge International Examination:
- 4.13. I have Math credit for International Baccalaureate - IB

### 5. Freshman MATH Courses

- 5.1. Math 100
- 5.2. Math 106
- 5.3. Math 107
- 5.4. Math 108
- 5.5. Math 112
- 5.6. Math 113
- 5.7. Math 116
- 5.8. Math 119A
- 5.9. Math 163
- 5.10. Math 263
- 5.11. Math 120R
- 5.12. Math 122A
- 5.13. Math 122B
- 5.14. Math 125
- 5.15. Math 129
- 5.16. Math 223
- 5.17. Math 254
- 5.18. Math 302A - Understanding Elementary Mathematics A (3 credits)
- 5.19. Math 302B - Understanding Elementary Mathematics B (3 credits)
- 5.20. Phil 110 - Logic and Critical Thinking (3 credits)
- 5.21. Ling 123 - Introduction to Mathematical Approaches to Language (3 credits)
- 5.22. SBS 200 - Introduction to Statistics for the Social Sciences (4 credits)

### 6. Handouts