As of May 2005, any course taken within the Department of Mathematics and Statistics that satisfies the R2 (Reasoning) requirement for graduation will automatically satisfy the R1 requirement, as well. This applies retroactively. Certain R2 courses in other departments will also now satisfy the R1 requirement. A full list of such courses is kept by the registrar.
The R1 requirement can no longer be satisfied through the Math Placement Exam. Passing the R1 exam (at least 12 out of 20 correct) will satisfy the R1 requirement for graduation but will not result in the awarding of any credits. There are, however, credit courses that will also satisfy the R1 requirement.
A student ID and a #2 pencil are required. A calculator is recommended. There is no limit on the number of times a student may take this test. The focus of this exam is to measure knowledge of basic math skills. Topics include:
- perimeter, area, volume
- linear equations
- percent increase and decrease
- interpreting graphs and tables
- compound interest
Results will be posted within four class days of giving the exam.
Dates of Upcoming Exams
This Exemption Exam is given several times each semester. The exams for Spring 2015 will be held at 7:00pm in Marcus 131 (This room has not yet been confirmed and may change) on each of the following dates:
- Monday, January 26
- Monday, March 9
- Monday, April 27
Please be sure to check this page the day before the exam to confirm the location.