Math Placement

Most pathways to a degree or certificate here at Shasta College have a math requirement. We recommend you take care of this requirement as soon as possible. Deciding on which math class to take is an important decision, and the descriptions below are the recommend steps for deciding which course to take. 


 Students currently in high school:  


Students who are currently in high school need to meet with a counselor and bring a copy of their unofficial high school transcripts. Students planning to earn a degree from Shasta College must submit their official transcripts to the Admissions and Records Office. 

Click here to schedule an appointment with a counselor. 

Click here for the Math Department Placement Guidelines

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Students who have attended other colleges or graduated from high school within the last 10 years​: ​


Students who have grades from other colleges or who graduated high school within the last 10 years need to meet with a counselor and bring a copy of their unofficial high school transcripts. Students planning to earn a degree from Shasta College must submit their official transcripts to the Admissions and Records Office. 

Click here to schedule an appointment with a counselor.

Click here for the Math Department Placement Guidelines

Other Students: 

Students who cannot provide a high school transcript or college math transcript from within the last 10 years (ex. 2009-2019), can now utitlize ALEKS Placement, Preparation and Learning to find the math class that would best fit their knowledge.

If you would like to take the ALEKS PPL Assessment, please CLICK H​ERE to make an appointment with the Assessment Center.


 *If you are unhappy with your multiple measures high school transcript placement, you may challenge your results with the placement test or self-place. Please click here to make an appointment with the Assessment Center.

 

 

Please click here to view the math Department prerequisite flowchart.
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