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MATHEMATICS INTERNAL EXEMPTION (ADVANCED PLACEMENT) EXAM
ELIGIBILITY GUIDELINES

 

MATH 1001—Quantitative Reasoning
If a student has satisfied RHSC mathematics requirements and satisfies any of the criteria in the table below, the student is eligible to take an exemption exam for MATH 1001-Quantitative Reasoning. Credit, a grade of K, for MATH 1001-Quantitative Reasoning, is awarded to a student passing the exam.
Exam
Score
SAT MATH (prior to March 2016)
500 or higher
SAT MATH TEST
28 or higher
ACT MATH
19 or higher
 
MATH 1111-College Algebra
If a student has satisfied RHSC mathematics requirements and satisfies any of the criteria in the table below, the student is eligible to take an exemption exam for MATH 1111-College Algebra. Credit, a grade of K, for MATH 1111-College Algebra, is awarded to a student passing the exam.
Exam
Score
SAT MATH (prior to March 2016)
550 or higher
SAT MATH TEST
29.5 or higher
ACT MATH
22 or higher
 

 

MATH 1113-Precalculus
If a student has satisfied RHSC mathematics requirements and satisfies any of the criteria in the table below, the student is eligible to place directly into MATH 1113-Precalculus, or to take an exemption exam for MATH 1113-Precalculus. Credit, a grade of K, for MATH 1113-Precalculus, is awarded to a student passing the exam.
Exam
Score
SAT MATH (prior to March 2016)
620 or higher
SAT MATH TEST
33 or higher
ACT MATH
25 or higher

 

In addition, exemption by examination for MATH 2261-Calculus I may be determined on an individual basis. 

 

Students may not receive credit by examination if they have already received credit for a sequentially higher level mathematics course, and only one exemption attempt is allowed for any mathematics course.   Georgia Highlands College does not guarantee transferability of K grades.

Contact math@highlands.edu or 678-872-8099 to register.   There is no fee associated with the in-house exemption exam. 

Mathematics Testing Dates