All new students must take the Math Placement Exam by June 1st. The link to the exam is available from the student portal.
The Math Placement Exam must be taken, regardless of Calculus AP exam score or anticipated exam score. Click here to see the AP Exam course equivalents for those entering UD in the fall of 2014.
Students who anticipate or received a 5 on AP Calc AB or AP Calc BC should take the Honors Calculus Placement Exam. This will allow students to be considered for advanced Honors Calculus courses in the fall. This is an option for all majors and University Studies students.
The Honors Calculus Math Placement exam is a paper test. You can print it here and either:
The due date for either option is no later than Friday, June 7.
Yes! If you received a 5 on the AP Calc AB exam, you will receive credit for UD's Math 241. If you receive a 5 on AP Calc BC, you will receive credit for UD's Math 241 and Math 242. You still must take the Math Placement Exam and you should take the Honors Calculus Placement Exam to see if you are eligible to take the next level of Calculus in an honors section.
Honors Program students in the following colleges/majors must complete TEST 1:
• College of Agriculture and Natural Resources: All majors except Statistics
• College of Arts and Sciences: Arts, Humanities, & Social Sciences majors, and Biological Sciences/Pharmacy Interest majors
• Alfred Lerner College of Business and Economics: All majors
• College of Education and Human Development: All majors
• College of Health Sciences: All majors
• College of Earth, Ocean, & Environment: Environmental Studies, Geography, and Earth Science Education majors
• University Studies (undeclared): Students who are not interested in math, physical sciences, or engineering
TEST 2 is an exclusive placement test created just for students in the Honors Program. Students in the following colleges/majors must complete TEST 2 (even if you have already taken TEST 1 and/or will have AP credit):
• College of Agriculture & Natural Resources: Statistics majors
• College of Arts & Sciences: Chemistry and Biochemistry, Mathematical Sciences (including Mathematics Education, Mathematics & Economics, and Quantitative Biology), Physics/Physics Education
• College of Earth, Ocean, & Environment: Environmental Science, Geology, and Marine Science majors
• College of Engineering: All majors
• University Studies (undeclared): Students who are interested in the math, physical science, or engineering majors listed above