Test Score Placement

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Mathematics Placement

General Recommendations (effective Fall 2012):
  • Students may always choose to enroll in a math class less difficult than suggested by the guidelines if the student wishes to build his/her skills.
  • Math Faculty may be consulted at all times.  



 

Test Score Placement Information:
ACT  SAT COMPASS
Algebra Domain
ASSET KYOTE3 TABE A
KCTCS Colleges
27 or higher  610 or higher
83-99 NA NA NA

MAT 170, MAT 175 or any course listed below

 22 or Higher  510 or higher
50-99 El. Alg. 46-55
Int. Alg. 43-55
CA 14 or higher  
NA
MAT 150 or any course 
listed below
19-21 460 or higher
36-49 El. Alg. 41-45
Int. Alg.  39-42
MCR 22 or higher  
NA
MAT 150 with MAT 100 or supplemental instruction1; MAT 146, MAT 105; MAT 110; MAT 116; MAT 126 or any course listed below
       31-35 El. Alg. 39-40
Int. Alg. 36-38
MCR 18-21 or higher  
NA
Mat 085 or any course numbered MAT 105 through MAT 1162, and MAT 126 or MAT 146 with supplemental instruction3 or any course listed below
 

MCR 12-17  
10.2-12.9
MAT 075 or MAT 085 with 4DAY or any course listed below
 

MCR 6-11  
6.4-10.2
  • AS/STEM/ADN:  MAT 085 4 day & MAT 050
  • AA:  MAT 075    
  • Technical requiring MAT 116/MAT 062
  • Technical requiring MAT 126/MAT 065
  • Technical requiring MAT 105 or 110:  with supplemental instruction
  COMPASS
Pre-algebra Domain
 

   
   Less than 24 N. Skills 23-24  MP 0-5
 Less than 6.4
Refer to Adult Basic Education

1 MAT 100 offers supplementary academic support for MAT 150 
2 MAT 105, MAT 110, MAT 116 do not serve as prerequisites for MAT 120.
3 The KYOTE College Algebra Placement Test (CA) is administered after the (Developmental) Mathematics Placement Test (MP) if the MP score is 27 or higher.
4 Enrollment permitted only with concurrent supplementary instruction. College designated supplemental instruction must offer supplementary instruction. College designated supplemental instruction must offer supplementary academic support, such as extra class sessions, additional labs, tutoring and increased monitoring of students, beyond that usually associate with an entry-level course.NOTE: Colleges may seek approval from the Chancellor for use of alternate assessment instruments.