Aleks Score Login
ALEKS scores of 30 or higher reflect adequate preparation for college-level math. ALEKS scores cannot be interpreted in the same way as exam grades. If you score lower than 30, Penn State has coursework appropriate for you, or you can use ALEKS to review and retest. Disability Accommodations. This is not a timed test.
ALEKS PPL Assessment Score. Your placement assessment score is a number between 0 and 100. It represents the percentage of topics ALEKS has identified you have mastered. Course placement is determined by your ALEKS score and your program of study.
Interpreting your results on the ALEKS math placement exam includes comparing your given score to the scores listed in the table. Scores on the ALEKS assessment will determine your eligibility to take math courses.
Students are able to retake the ALEKS Math Placement test two additional times if they choose to. Prior to retaking the test, a student must complete five hours of remediation within the ALEKS system and wait one week between test dates. Students can log back in to ALEKS to complete their remediation work. NMU Math Placements based on ALEKS
Utilizing the ALEKS "Prep and Learning Module" is critical to improving your ALEKS assessment score and course placement. It is also necessary in order to retaking ALEKS in the Testing Center. Information within the modules has been personalized to your strengths and weaknesses so you can improve upon specific topics found on the ALEKS assessment.
Download the WSU Math Placement Chart (pdf file). Download a Mathematics and Statistics Course Map (pdf file). Restrictions If You Do Not Take The Test. You will not be able to register for a WSU math course without either a math placement score, transfer credit for a prerequisite course, or AP Calculus credit.