Math course placement is now available for review on the registration system. The username and password are the same ones used to access your acceptance letter. Any student wishing to challenge a math course placement must take the Math Placement Exam on April 24 at 9 a.m (administered remotely). Students will be allowed to use a calculator.
To sign up for the Math placement test or for any questions, please contact Math Department Assistant Chair Charlie Stanley at email@example.com.
Students with any background in their choice of language (Spanish, French, Latin, or Mandarin) must take the Language placement exam on April 24 at 10:30 a.m. (administered remotely) in order to be properly placed or be admitted to an Advanced / Honors language class. No student will be allowed to place out of the first level of language instruction without taking this exam. This exam will include both an oral and written component.
- Students have already signed up for their Language Placement Tests by filling out the registration form.
- Students who wish to start in Level 1 of their language choice do not have to take the Language Placement Exam.
- Spanish Placement Exam: Due to the number of participants, please go to this zoom link at 10:30 a.m. for instructions. https://zoom.us/j/95421549894?pwd=YUtHMEVZMDVUWUsrWmhnUmhLUjFpdz09.
For questions regarding the language placement exam, please email Language Department Chair Ray Orque at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To practice physical distancing, the Math Placement Exam and Language Placement Exam will be administered remotely on Saturday, April 24, 2021. Math Placement Exam - 9 a.m.; Language Placement Exam - 10:30 a.m. Each exam is one hour. More information on the placement exams will be emailed to students closer to the test date.
English course placement will be available for review on the registration system in late Spring.