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Math Testing and Placement

  • Entry-Level Pathways
  • Placement Criteria
  • Early Math Placement
  • Math Placement Exam (MPE)
  • MPE Sign-Up
  • FAQ
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The Math Placement Exam (MPE) is used to determine a student’s proper placement for enrollment to UC San Diego Entry-Level Math Pathways.

Students who do not meet a prerequisite for enrollment must take the MPE prior to course registration. See Need MPE? to determine if you need to take the MPE.

The Math Testing and Placement Office recommends for students to take the MPE as early as possible and to allow time to review the suggested topics:

We recommend students to take an online readiness test to practice for the MPE. Students receive instant results around the topics of mathematics necessary for success in a first quarter calculus course.

After receiving diagnostic results, students may engage in MDTP Learning Modules designed to support students’ independent practice in identified MDTP topics.

Additionally, the following books are recommended for reviewing these foundational topics to improve readiness for a first quarter calculus course.

The following items are needed or permitted for testing:

Students with a disability or who believe that they may have a disability, should contact the Office for Students with Disabilities (OSD) to see if they are eligible for testing accommodations. Students must obtain an OSD Authorization for Accommodation (AFA) to receive accommodations for the Math Placement Exam. Contact mathtesting@ucsd.edu, or call 858-534-3373 to make arrangements for MPE testing at least three days prior to a desired exam date.

Placement results are entered in the student registration system, and students can register for their qualified math class through WebReg.

MPE results are processed and posted every day (except during holidays or campus breaks) during regular office hours the first working day after the test was taken.

To review your results, go to http://mathtesting.ucsd.edu/ scroll to the bottom of the page and click on “GET MPE RESULTS”. You must use your TritonLink login with your PID as the username.

MPE results are valid for one calendar year. If students do not register for an appropriate math class in that time, they will need to take the MPE again.

Students may view an individual report online that includes their placement level and a list of topics that should be reviewed before the class begins.

If students are placed into a lower math course than desired, they are encouraged to engage in the topics where review is needed before attempting the MPE again. Examples include but are not limited to: engaging in the MDTP Topic-based Learning Modules, reviewing the refresher books listed above, attending structured tutoring or SI Sessions, or taking a course in intermediate algebra at a community college.

The MPE is shown to be a valid and reliable measure to predict student achievement in their placed class. Therefore, we do not recommend for students to retake the MPE except when one year has lapsed. (Note: MPE results are only valid for one year.)

Additionally, students should enroll in the class that they are placed to without delay.

In some cases, students may need to retake the MPE; therefore students must wait at least 60 days before attempting to retake a Math Placement Exam. MPE results from students who retake prior to the 60 day waiting period will not be processed. Students are expected to enforce the retake policy when registering for and attending an exam session.

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