# Courses & Advising

## Math Proficiency Survey

### The Fall 2017 Math Advising Tool and Math Proficiency Survey

To begin the Math Advising Tool follow this link: Math Advising Tool

The Department of Mathematics developed a Math Advising Tool to help students and their advisors determine which MATH course(s) are appropriate.

The advising tool opens with initial questions about mathematical background and intended major. Depending on answers to these questions, the Math Advising Tool may direct students to a proficiency survey to test their level of preparation for Calculus for Business and Social Science (MATH 1200) and/or Calculus I (MATH 1951).

There is no pass or fail associated with the proficiency survey and it should not be considered a placement test. The results are intended to help students make the right choice of MATH course.

If you have a question about the Math Proficiency Survey, you will likely be able to find the answer by following this link: Frequently Asked Questions.

Please use this document to interpret individual results of the Math Proficiency Survey and to see recommended math courses.