# Quantitative Reasoning Assessment

## Quantitative Reasoning Assessment

If you are a student or an advisor on campus you may click here for QRA results.

#### Location/What to Bring

**All students must have a picture i.d. Please know your MyI.D. and student ID number as well. Also, please bring a pencil, since no calculators are allowed.**

## SPRING 2016 Schedule

## Students DO NOT need to register.

Date |
Time |
Location |
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Friday, January 8th | Any time between 10:00AM - 6:00PM | 303 Armstrong Hall | ||||

Sunday, January 10th | Any time between 1:00PM -6:00PM | 303 Armstrong Hall | ||||

Monday, January 11th | Any time between 3:30PM - 6:00PM | 421 Armstrong Hall | ||||

Wednesday, January 13th | Any time between 2:30PM - 6:00PM | 421 Armstrong Hall | ||||

Thursday, January 14th | Any time between 4:40PM - 7:00PM | 421 Armstrong Hall | ||||

Friday, January 15th | Any time between 12:00PM - 3:00PM | 303 Armstrong Hall |

#### About the QRA (Formerly the Math Placement Exam)

The QRA is given in two parts.

PART 1: Basic Algebra -- 25 questions that cover material at the level of high school algebra

PART 2: Calculus Readiness -- 25 questions that cover material from high school algebra II and trigonometry

Each part is 30 minutes long. In any given session, you can expect to have enough time ( 1 hour ) to complete one attempt for each part. Reviewing for the exam is not necessary but if you wish to do so the material from any college algebra course such as the text by Sullivan would be appropriate for the basic algebra portion and any precalculus text would cover material from the calculus readiness test.

Please click here to find out more about the type of questions found on the exam.

**NOTE:** You may only take the QRA a total of __two__ times.

**NO OTHER ATTEMPTS MAY BE USED FOR MATH PLACEMENT.**

#### QRA for Chemistry Students

**If you have taken the QRA twice ** and you have completed and passed a Math class**, you may take the QRA a third time for Chemistry placement only. __You must email QRA@math.wvu.edu to request the third try for Chemistry.__

Please note that the Math Department does not maintain the QRA requirements for Chemistry.

Contact chemistry if you have any questions regarding these policies at 304 293-3435 or email: Chemistry@mail.wvu.edu

#### Placement

If you have a math SAT score below 540 or a math ACT score below 22 you must take the QRA for placement into MATH 126 (College Algebra) or above.

To be eligible to enroll in the following courses ** without** taking the QRA you must have:

ACT of at least | OR | SAT of at least | ||||

Math 126A | 22 | 540 | ||||

Math 126B | 24 | 560 | ||||

Math 129 | 26 | 580 | ||||

Math 150 | 26 | 580 | ||||

Math 153 | 27 | 600 | ||||

Math 155 | 28 | 630 | ||||

To place by taking the QRA, please view the charts below.

Basic Algebra (Part 1)Score |
Placement |
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Not Required | Math 121 | ||

Less than 10 out of 25 | Math 122 | ||

10 or 11 out of 25 | Math 126 A (5 day) | ||

12 or higher out of 25 | Math 126 B (4 day) | ||

15 or higher out of 25 | Math 129 |

Basic Algebra (Part 1 Score) |
Calc Readiness (Part 2 Score) |
Placement |
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15 or higher out of 25 | 9 or higher out of 25 | Math 150 | ||||

16 or higher out of 25 | 10 or higher out of 25 | Math 153 | ||||

17 or higher out of 25 | 16 or higher out of 25 | Math 155 |

Please send any questions and/or comments to: QRA@math.wvu.edu