W. Va. Code R. § 135-21-4 - Mathematics Placement Standards

Current through Register Vol. XXXIX, No. 11, March 18, 2022

4.1. Students at any public two-year institution in West Virginia may enroll in a college-level, credit bearing math course without required academic support programs provided the following cut scores have been met:

Assessment Test

Quantitative Reasoning

Elementary

Statistics

College Algebra

SAT Math (taken March 2016 and later)

510

520

530

ACT Math

19

20

21

Next-Generation ACCUPLACER - Quantitative Reasoning, Algebra, and Statistics (QAS)

250

255

260

ACCUPLACER - Elementary Algebra

n/a

n/a

76

ACCUPLACER - college-level math

n/a

n/a

40

ACCUPLACER - arithmetic test

85

n/a

n/a

*As these new tests are further verified, placement scores will be updated on the Commission website.

4.1.a. Other assessments or end-of-course exams in mathematics as approved by the Chancellor.
4.2. Students not meeting the appropriate math pathway placement score are placed into a college-level, credit- bearing course with required academic support. With Chancellor's permission, institutions can use multiple assessments including factoring the high school GPA.
4.3. A transfer student who has successfully completed remediation at the sending institution shall be deemed to have met the placement standard at the receiving institution.

Notes

W. Va. Code R. § 135-21-4

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