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Developmental Math Assessment

A placement score is required to enroll in math and/or English classes at Liberty. This score is calculated based on SAT/ACT, unweighted high school GPA, and the Math and English Assessment tests. It is recommended that new students take the Math and English Assessment tests before arriving on campus. The purpose of the Math Assessment test is to determine your knowledge of arithmetic and algebra at the present time; the English Assessment tests your knowledge of basic writing skills.

 

It is important that you do your own work and give your best effort on this test so that you will be placed in courses where you will be successful. Attempting a course that is above your skill level most likely will result in poor grades or withdrawal from the course. Taking a course below your skill level may lead to boredom and inattention and consequently a poor grade.

 

Preparation

Sample Test Questions

Online Review Resources

Taking the Tests

Test Location

 

Contact

Residential Students

For questions about the Math Assessment Test, contact:

 

Michael Gibson
Coordinator of Developmental Math
mgibson2@liberty.edu
DeMoss Hall 4284

For questions about the English Assessment Test, contact:

 

Carolyn Towles
Chair of General Education English
ctowles@liberty.edu
DeMoss 4032

Online Students

If you are an online student, contact a Math/English Assessment representative at luoassessments@liberty.edu.

 

Gen. Eds

If you are permitted to register for MATH 114, 115, 117, 121, or 201, but are interested in taking another course, contact:

 

Dr. Scott Long
Chair of the Math Department
slong1@liberty.edu
DeMoss Hall, Room 4284