When and Where can I take the mathematics placement test on campus?
Accuplacer tests are administered on a walk-in basis, Mon-Fri between 8:30 am - 3:00 pm, in the Mathematics Undergraduate Advising and Testing Center (GAB 443), and also at prescheduled orientation sessions. There is no charge for the Accuplacer test.
What is the Placement Test?
The UNT Department of Mathematics wants students to succeed and understands that students do best when they have a suitable background for each course. The purpose of the math placement test is to determine the appropriate first math course for each undergraduate student. The Mathematics Department enforces prerequisites for mathematics courses; before enrolling in one of these courses, you may need to pass a placement test.
After a student has taken the placement test and placed into a particular course, the student must successfully complete that course within one year of the test date. If the student doesn't complete the course within one year of the test date, the student must take a new placement test.
If you need an accommodation due to a disability to fully participate in this program/event, please contact Rita Sears, Department of Mathematics, at 940-565-4045 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please allow sufficient time to arrange the accommodation.
Accuplacer "College-Level Mathematics" on Campus Placement Exam Information
See our page on the Accuplacer exam for more information on the exam and how it works.
Pearson MyMathTest Online Placement
New freshment and undergraduate transfer students entering UNT for the first time are encouraged to take the Pearson MyMathTest placement assessment online. The Pearson MyMathTest Online placement assessment is an online placement exam available to new freshmen and undergraduate transfer students at no charge.
ALEKS Online Placement Option
UNT students also have the option to take the ALEKS placement exam online. See our ALEKS online placement page for details.
Which 1000 Level Math Class Is Right For Me?
Click here for a chart to help you decide which 1000 level math class is best for you. This chart is intended for students who are TSI complete. Students who are not TSI complete in math or who are unsure of their TSI status should consult with the Learning Center concerning TSI status and developmental mathematics courses.