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Complete the Pre-testfor these four parts of the Quantitative Fundamentals assessment, Algebra, Calculus, Statistics, and Probability.
After completing all four Pre-tests, students may calculate their average percentage to determine if they need to continue with the modules. Add up the four scores and divide by 4.
Students who have an average score of 75% or greater from the four pre-tests are not required to continue with the modules and will not be required to attend the Quantitative Review Sessions in September.
Students who have an average less than 75% from the four pre-tests must complete the module information and take the final exam for each module that 75% or below was earned
Student A received the following pre-test scores:
If the average of the four pre-tests is below 75%, then students will work through the Statistics and Calculus modules and take both of those final exams. We strongly recommend that every student work through all four modules, but in this case, the final exams for Algebra and Probability are NOT required.
Final averages will be calculated using the higher score between the pre-test and final exam of each module.
All students with an average score of less than 75% must attend all three sessions of the Quantitative Fundamentals Review Sessions.
Quantitative Fundamentals Review Sessions Day and Time
Full-Time and Sacramento Part-Time
UCDMC Education Building, Rm. 2205: Tuesday, September 9, 5-9 PM
UCDMC Education Building, Rm. 2206: Tuesday, September 16, 5-9 PM
UCDMC Education Building Rm. 2206: Tuesday, September 23, 5-9 PM
Bay Area Part-Time
Bishop Ranch, Rm. 1502: Sunday, September 7, 2-6 PM
Bishop Ranch, Rm. 1502: Sunday, September 14, 2-6 PM
Bishop Ranch, Rm. 1502: Sunday, September 28, 2-6 PM
Spreadsheet Modeling Online Course
We strongly recommend that students who would like to build their spreadsheet skills take the online Spreadsheet Modeling course. Though not required, it is highly recommended because improving spreadsheet skills will lead to greater success in the GSM core curriculum.
If you have technical difficulties accessing the course, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have other questions about this requirement, please contact Inger Maher, Director of Academic & Student Services.
You do not need to contact Student Services when you are finished. Scores will be assessed weekly to determine who has completed the requirement.
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