AUM's Math Placement Program could save you valuable time and tuition dollars!
Math Placement is all about you. It’s a no judgement zone that allows you to work on areas where you are less confident and get prepared for the upcoming semester.
Not only is the program free, it could save you from taking up to two math classes. That means you could save up to $2,700 in tuition and two semesters of math.
It’s on your time, on your computer, and totally in your control!
AUM Math Boot Camp (aka MATH placement program) is a non-credit, web-based math placement preparation program for undergraduate Warhawk students to improve their placement in their first AUM math course or placement into an advanced mathematics course. We encourage new incoming Warhawks to complete the boot camp before their scheduled Student Orientation. As a boot camp participant, we want to ensure you soar at AUM through the successful completion of your math courses!
Best of all, it’s free!
What are the potential benefits of taking the Math Boot Camp?
Who is eligible to take a Math Boot Camp?
Note: Students are allotted four attempts to take a proctored placement test, and they have one year from when they register for an ALEKS PPL account to use those attempts.
Register for Math Boot Camp Now
You will need the following items to register:
AUM’s Math Boot Camp is online and self-paced. Students will work through online math modules and have access to an instructor who will answer any questions they may have about the course or the material. Additionally, students will have access to AUM’s free tutoring centers—the Instructional Support Lab (244-3265) and the Learning Center (244-3470)—if they need additional support.
Note: This is how you will access your ALEKS PPL account in the future.
Complete the tools tutorial to unlock the placement assessment; this first assessment is a no-stress diagnostic because it does not produce an official placement score. Aleks uses the results of the assessment to tailor your math experience in the program specifically to you. (Note: The program will ask you to download a test security program called “Lockdown Browser”)
Once you finish the placement assessment, begin working through the Aleks math modules until your instructor contacts you and provides you with the camp syllabus.
Math Boot Camp Availability
May 9 – May 25 | May 30 – June 15 | June 20 – July 6 | July 11 – July 27 | July 25 – Aug 10
The Math Boot Camp uses the AI-driven web-based software ALEKS PPL. The goal is to provide ample opportunities and guided assistance for students looking to improve their math placement and college math readiness.
Only a proctored ALEKS Placement Test can be used for official math placement. During the summer, students will need to come to campus to take their placement tests under proctored conditions. (Camp instructors will provide more details). Students will need to bring a picture ID (e.g. AUM ID or Driver’s License) to take the placement test.
**Note Regarding Registering for your Math Class:
Once you have completed the program and earned the ALEKS placement score you are happy with, please contact your advisor for guidance. Once your new score is entered into our system, you will be able to register for the math class for which you are now eligible using the appropriate alternate PIN.
If you have any questions, please contact Julie Berube in the Math Department at [email protected].
ALEKS Placement Test and Passing Scores
|ACT Minimum Math Subscore||ALEKS Placement Test Scores||Courses|
|None||0 – 29||MATH 0703 Elementary Algebra w/lab (non-credit math course)
MATH 0902 Combined Algebra# (non-credit math course)
|18||30 – 40||MATH 0803 Intermediate Algebra w/lab (non-credit math course)|
|20||41 – 45||MATH 1020 Contemporary Math + Required MATH 1022 Corequisite Support Course
MATH 1050 College Algebra + Required MATH 1052 Corequisite Support Course
MATH 1100 Finite Mathematics + Required MATH 1102 Corequisite Support Course
MATH 2670 Elementary Statistics + Required MATH 2672 Corequisite Support Course
|22||46 – 60||MATH 1020 Contemporary Math
MATH 1050 College Algebra
MATH 1100 Finite Mathematics
MATH 1120 Precalculus Algebra + Required MATH 1122 Corequisite Support Course
MATH 2670 Elementary Statistics
|22||61 – 65||MATH 1120 Precalculus Algebra|
|23||66 – 70||MATH 1150 Precalculus Algebra w/ Trigonometry|
|25||71 – 75||MATH 1510 Survey of Calculus|
|26||76 – 100||MATH 1610 Calculus 1|