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**I have college Math transfer credit but no SAT, ACT, or PPL scores. What do I need to do?**

If you have college math credit below Calculus, and no other placement score (SAT, ACT, PPL) :

Sometimes high school dual enrollment courses do not adequately prepare students for the next UA Math course. The PPL Assessment can help tell us what you are ready to do next, regardless of any credits that you have.

If you have college math credit, but no other placement test score, the PPL assessment is highly recommended. It will not lower your placement based on your transfer credit, but will tell you if you are ready. Also, after you take the PPL Assessment, you have access to a Prep and Learning Module that you can use to fill in any gaps.

Some students start with a college review course, even if they have college math credit. It is better to be well prepared for your next math course.

What do I need to do to add the next UA Math course based on my Math credit ? See this article: https://ua-math-dept.helpspot.com/placement/index.php?pg=kb.page&id=112

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