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Math Placement Exam Appointment Request

Math Placement Exam Appointment Request2018-04-30T14:14:02+00:00
  • Test Taker Information

  • If you are not a current Missouri Western student, please contact the Department of Computer Science, Mathematics and Physics at (816) 271-4288 to make an appointment. If you are a high school dual credit student, please use your user name that was generated when you registered at the Dual Credit Page.
  • Be sure to enter your entire Missouri Western email address. Your appointment confirmation will be emailed to this address.
  • Appointment Information

  • Exam Dates:
    If no exam dates are noted above, all exams have reached capacity and appointments for testing cannot be requested via this webpage. Walk-ins may be accommodated when students with testing appointments do not show up to their appointment. Please refer to this Google Calendar to view the most current exam dates/times available. While students who have submitted an appointment request at least 24 hours in advance shall be guaranteed an exam at the time requested, a student may wish to walk-in and add his/her name to the standby list available 30 minutes before the start of the exam.

    Accessibility Resource Center (ARC) Information:
    If you have a documented disability with the ARC for which you receive testing accommodations at Missouri Western, you must request the accommodation(s) prior to testing. To ensure that your accommodations are met, a copy of your accessibility plan must be given to Deb Smith in Agenstein Hall 140 at least 24 hours prior to your testing appointment.

    After you have selected a date and time, please click submit. You will receive an EMAIL CONFIRMATION which will include instructions for the day of your test along with a link to review materials.

    Be sure to arrive 5 minutes prior to your chosen testing time. YOU MUST BRING PHOTO IDENTIFICATION with you such as driver's license or Missouri Western student ID. The location of each testing session will be posted on the door of Agenstein Hall 140 on the day of testing.