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I have Math credit for International Baccalaureate  IB
4.3. I have Math credit for International Baccalaureate  IB
View the list of IB Math exams and how U of A awards Math credit in the table below:
IB Exam Name

Required Minimum Score

U of A Math course

Units

New as of May 2021 



Mathematics: Analysis & Approaches  HL Exam
AAHL

5, 6, or 7 
Math 120R & Math 125

6 units 
Mathematics: Analysis & Approaches  SL Exam
AASL

5, 6, or 7 
Math 107 
3 units 
Mathematics: Applications & Interpretations  HL Exam
N23 Math APPS
AIHL

5, 6, or 7 
Math 107 
3 units 
Mathematics: Applications & Interpretations  SL Exam
AISL

no credit awarded 


Old Exams, ended 2020 



Mathematics SL Exam

5, 6, or 7

Math 107

3 units

Mathematics HL Exam

5, 6, or 7

Math 120R & Math 125

6 units

Math Studies SL Exam 
no credit awarded 


Official scores must be sent to the U of A Office of the Registrar.
See https://catalog.arizona.edu/policy/coursescredit/credit/creditexam#internationalbaccalaureateibprogram1 for other IB exam credits.
What do I need to do to add the next U of A Math course based on my Math credit? If your credits are not in the U of A system, make sure you send an unofficial score report to the Math Placement Office.
If you haven’t already, send an Official Score Report to the U of A Registrar. This is not provided through your High School.
It is the student's responsibility to make sure he/she is enrolled in the correct U of A Math course after college credits are processed into the U of A system. Once your score is processed by U of A, you can view your credit in UAccess Student: Academic Record: Transfer Credit. Students can contact the Math Placement Office for additional information.
FirstYear Students, or students who attend freshman orientation, must have a placement through SAT I MSS, ACT MATH, or ALEKS PPL for entry into a course at or below the level of Calculus I, even students with college math credits. Incoming students need to refer to the information in the Next Steps Center.