The Department of Mathematics and Statistics has developed an on-line Mathematics Placement Test (MPT) for students entering University. Students who are registered in Math 110, 121, 123 and 125, which are introductory calculus courses, are required to write the MPT. The test consists of thirty multiple-choice questions to be completed in 70 minutes, precisely timed by the computer. It is closed-book and closed-notes, and calculators are not allowed. The test is designed to assess competency on precalculus mathematics, and to determine whether the student has the necessary prerequisites for succeeding in University calculus courses.
The topics covered on the MPT are:
Students who wish to practise on questions that are similar to those on the actual test may visit the following site to take a sample test: Sample Math Placement Test
2013-2014 Term 2 (Jan-Apr 2014)
Instructions for students in Math 110 Only [last updated on Jan 03, 2014]: All Math 110 students for Term 2 of 2013-2014 will be writing the MPT in their first registered lab period in the week of January 6, 2014. Please follow the instructions below:
At the reserved time of your Placement Test, click HERE to sign on to the test.
This page was last updated on: 2014 Jan 3.
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