Frequently Asked Questions
Which of the Quantitative Literacy courses should I take?
Which course you should take depends on your major. Quantitative Literacy courses by major.
Am I ready to take a Quantitative Literacy course?
Most freshmen have an ACT or SAT score to help place them in the correct course.
Is it necessary to start with a Quantitative Literacy course?
No. Any course for which a quantitative literacy course is a prerequisite will satisfy the quantitative literacy requirement. For example, College Algebra is a prerequisite for Trigonometry and Trigonometry is a prerequisite for Calculus I. Since College Algebra satisfies the Quantitative LIteracy requirement, then either Trigonometry or Calculus I will also satisfy the Quantitative LIteracy requirement.
Does the course number indicate the level of difficulty?
- No! Of all the quantitative literacy courses MTH 1110, College Algebra for Calculus, is the most difficult course.
Are there study materials available for the placement tests?
- Yes. Go to Math Placement Review for the details
Where do I take the placement tests?
Go to Math Placement Review and select the "Where to take the placement tests" button