Registration for the MAP FALL 2024 is now closed. We will resume testing for placement on October 1st, 2024.

Instructions
Important information and instructions regarding the assessment.

FAQs
Frequently Asked Questions with answers.

Registration [CLOSED]
Registration for Current, Incoming, and Transfer Students.

Baseline Scores and Prerequisites [PDF]
Essential requirements for MATH classes.

Overrides
Information and resources for course overrides.

Download Brochure [PDF]
Download and view the current informational MAP Brochure.
About the MAP
The MAP is a timed, problemsolving assessment with three levels, each containing 10 questions to be solved in 30 minutes. You must complete MAP 1 and score 7 out of 10 before you can proceed to MAP 2, and a 7 out of 10 score on MAP 2 before you can proceed to MAP 3.
Topics covered in each level:
 MAP 1  Basic Skills: Numerical computation, Order of Operations, Graph Interpretation, Finding the Value of a Function, Finding the Equation of a Line, Solving Linear and Quadratic Equations
 MAP 2  Intermediate Skills: Finding the Domain of a Function, Solving Exponential and Logarithmic, Transformations of Functions, Factoring polynomials, Algebraic Simplification
 MAP 3  Advanced Skills: Compositions of Functions, Inverse Functions, Trigonometric Functions in a Right Triangle, Using Inverse Trigonometric Functions, Solving Trigonometric Equations, Using Trigonometric identities, Graphing Elementary Functions
We want you to be successful in whatever MATH classes you take. The MAP helps determine your current MATH knowledge level. Your score determines what 100level classes you may register to take.