CHECKING YOUR PLACEMENT
HOW DO I CHECK MY PLACEMENT?
You may check your placement by following the instructions below:
- Login into BannerWeb at https://bannerweb.southernct.edu/.
- Click on BannerWeb Secure Login
- Enter user ID which is your student ID number and your PIN.
- Click on Student Services
- Click on View Placement Test Scores.
- Scores will be listed for each exam.
WHAT DO THE NUMBERS MEAN
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ENG 119: English for Bilingual or non-native speakers is self selected by students
- EPL 1: Students will take ENG 110 and INQ 101
- EPL 2: Students will take INQ 101 only
- EPL 3: Students will take ENG 112 and INQ 101
There are five levels of math placement scores. The first three are prerequisites to reach courses that will fulfill university requirements. Students may need to take several math courses to fulfill the university requirement for their particular major.
- MAT 095: Elementary Algebra (50 % of students place to this level). Students may only register for MAT 095. After passing MAT 095, the student will take either MAT 100 or 102.
- MAT 102: Intermediate Algebra Extended. Students can register for MAT 102 or MAT 095 if s/he feels they need to review that material.
- MAT 100: Intermediate Algebra. Students can register for MAT 100 or MAT 102 if the s/he feels they need to review that material.
- MAT 122 or lower. Students can register for any math course 122 or lower. This includes MAT 103, 105, 107, 108, 120 and 122. Students placing at this level intending to go on to MAT 139 must take MAT 120 or 122 first. Students placing at this level intending to take MAT 150 must take MAT 122 first.
- MAT 150 or lower. Students can register for any math courese number 150 or lower as well as MAT 178 and MAT 221.
There are five levels of foreign language placement and waiver exam scores. The score either directs students to take a certain level or allows students to possibly place out of foreign language and earn credit by taking an oral exam.
100 is level I (i.e. SPA 100) and students are required to take the course.
101 is level II (i.e. SPA 101) and students are required to take the course.
200 is level III (i.e SPA 200). Students can either take the course or take the waiver exam to possibly place out of foreign language.
210 is level IV (i.e SPA 210). Students can either take the course or take the waiver exam to possibly place out of foreign language.
300 or higher. Students may take a 300/400 level course or a lower level course required to meet the foreign language requirement for their major or take the waiver exam to possibly place out of foreign language.
FLA with a number represents the number of years you took foreign language in high school.