Who has to take the NEIU Math Placement Test?
Freshman students without ACT test scores and students transferring to Northeastern without a grade of C or higher in Intermediate Algebra from another college or university need to take the NEIU placement exam. A grade of “C” or higher in Intermediate Algebra or placement designation of “30” , “35”, or “40” on the NEIU Advanced Math Placement Tests is the pre-requisite for college mathematics courses.
What does a Math Permit do?
A Math Permit for a course verifies the course pre-requisite and sets a seat aside for the student in a particular class section. It will only allow you to register for that section and is valid only through Late Registration. Permit authorizations are cancelled prior to the first day of class.
What is the Quantitative Reasoning Requirement for Graduation?
The Quantitative Reasoning Requirement is earning a grade of “C” or higher in a class that has a pre-requisite of Intermediate Algebra. In most instances, your choice of major will determine your
How Do I Get Help with my Math Course?
One on one tutoring is available through the Math Lab and the Mathematics Department. Contact Michael Martindale, firstname.lastname@example.org, regarding tutoring and academic assistance. Make sure you help yourself with an organized study plan which includes time management. Your best resource is your classroom instructor. Don’t work alone, find a friend . The Math Lab can answer questions, but can not replace classroom lecture and problem solving. All Math Lab tutors are trained on My Math Lab online homework access and resources. If you are having serious and repeated difficulty in developmental mathematics course work, contact your Academic Advisor and Thomas Blackburn, Mathematics Development Coordinator, email@example.com.