Math Tutorial Schedule and Registration Procedures
If you are trying to register for Summer 2020 or Fall 2020 classes, you may self-place and register for the course that you feel you are most prepared without taking the Math Placement Test. For more information, visit http://math.gmu.edu/placement_test.php .
If the campus is opened to students and faculty sufficiently in advance of the Fall 2020 semester, then all students registered for Math 105, 108, 113 (and CS 112), 123 and 125 will be required to meet the prerequisites (or pass the math placement test) by the last day to add or they will be dropped from their course.
*Note: Self-placement during this emergency time period will not guarantee that you receive the same placement for other future semesters.
For students currently enrolled in Math 008, we recommend that you complete the tutorial program and try to get a mastery of 95%. Although you may currently enroll in any of the above courses, we recommend that you enroll in one of the following: Math 105, 108, 123 or 125 in the Summer or Fall semesters. If you would like your Math 008 completion to count as official prerequisite for Math 105 or Math 108 for a future semester, then you must take a proctored version of the Final Knowledge Check. Students who pass the proctored final and complete the full Math 008 tutorial will have met the prerequisites for Math 105,108 and 125 and will not be dropped from their course at a later date. Details will be available on the Blackboard page of the tutorial to which you will have access once you are registered for the Math 008 program.
Schedule of Classes and Registration Procedures
You may register for the Math 008 Algebra Tutorial (preparing students and meeting the prerequisites for Math 105, Math 108, or Math 125) using PatriotWeb registration.
If the semester's "add date" has passed you must call the Registrar's Office to enroll (703-993-2441).
After enrolling in the Algebra Program, Math 008 should appear on your Blackboard Course List. Once you have Math 008 on your blackboard, you can find all the information you need in the Getting started section of the Blackboard page. You can start working on the program right away.
You have up to six months to complete the program.
The program consists of assignments and scheduled comprehensive checks administered through ALEKS, which is an individualized, adaptive learning tool. To complete the algebra program, you will need to get a score of at least 85% on the on-campus final comprehensive check. You will be able to take this final test after you have mastered 95% of the ALEKS content. Students can take the final comprehensive check as many times as needed.
The final test will be administered in the Math Testing Center.
Students will not receive college credit for these programs.
If you need more information, please contact Gabriela Bulancea.
Please note that the fee for these courses is NON-REFUNDABLE.
If you are planning to enroll in Math 106, Math 110, Math 111 or Stat 250, you don't need to take the Math Placement Test or complete the Math 008 tutorial. If you would like to have the opportunity to review basic Algebra concepts before taking any of these courses, you can choose to enroll in Math 008 and complete as much as the tutorial you think that you need. In this case you don't need to take the final comprehensive check.
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