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Math Level 18

What does placing in Level 18 mean?

At this level, you should already have strong skills in:

  • Algebraically simplify polynomial, exponential, radical, and rational expressions
  • Algebraically solve quadratic and square root equations
  • Identify, evaluate, and analyze functions using verbal, graphic, algebraic, and numeric representations
  • Create, interpret, and use function models to make estimates and predictions
  • Graphically represent and analyze linear and quadratic functions by hand or using technology as appropriate

Learn more about Math Level 18.

Which courses should I take?

The decision about which course depends on your academic goal. To get you started, here are some sample pathways. An academic advisor will help you decide on courses during advising.

I am pursuing a field such as Psychology, Communications or the Arts

Your math path may be:

  1. Math 105: Math in Society additional courses depending on your academic goals

I am pursuing a field such as Science, Chemistry, or Engineering

Your math path may be:

  1. Math 111: College Algebra
  2. Math 112: Trigonometry
  3. Math 251: Calculus I
  4. Math 252: Calculus II additional courses depending on your academic goals

I am pursuing a career and technical path in a field such as Medical Assisting, Automotive or Massage

Talk with an advisor during your Advising and Registration appointment to determine your math path based on your specific program. Check out this flowchart with several Career Technical Education pathways to get an idea of your possible math coursework.


Next Steps

Now that you've completed placement, it's time to schedule your Advising and Registration appointment. Select your student type:

Are you a Non-degree Seeking Student? Your next step is to register for classes.