Overview of: Gateway exam
The Math 1241 gateway exam is designed to verify that you have master based algebra skills and so are poised to succeed with Math 1241. The exam is at a slightly higher level than the placement exam that was taken to qualify to take calculus, except without trigonometry. It emphasizes functions, variables, parameters, and inequalities.
The main components of the gateway exam are:
- Composition of functions
- Linear equations
- Quadratic equations and other simple polynomial equations
You can practice the problems from the Gateway exam by taking the Gateway exam practice.
The Gateway exam can be taken in the computer lab on the following Thursdays between 11:15AM and 2:15PM:
- September 7 in Elliot Hall, room S121
- September 14 in Elliot Hall, room S121
- September 21 in Elliot Hall, room S121
- October 12 in Appleby Hall, room 128
Note: you must reach 60% by September 14 and 80% by October 12.
Calculator policy: a scientific calculator is allowed, but no graphing calculator.
No notes, textbook, or other electronic equipment (such as phones) allowed.