Loyola placement assessments will help us place you in courses that best fit your skill level so that you may progress through your academic program as successfully and efficiently as possible.
You may use a calculator. Most students use a graphing or scientific calculator.
You have 70 minutes in which to complete the assessment.
The assessment consists of 4 sections of 12 questions each.
The first Math Placement Test is free. If you would like to retake the test, the cost will be $10 dollars, payable by credit card after clicking on the “Take Test” link.
Before you complete the test
Read all the information in the “Before” column to prepare for the test.
After you complete the test
Read all the information in the “After” column to learn more about your placement and your retake options.
Deadline to take test
If at all possible, you should complete your online assessment in mathematics by your assigned orientation deadline found on the main Placement Assessment webpage. This will ensure that you will be able to register for an appropriate math course. If you take the test closer to your DL date, your math registration might be delayed.
To request accommodations for placement assessments for a documented disability, please call: 773.508.2741. For more information about guidelines for verifying disabilities, please visit the Services for Students with Disabilities Web site.
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If you have any further questions, feel free to contact the Placement Assessment Team at the Hub at firstname.lastname@example.org or 773.508.7700.
After clicking on “Take the Math Placement Assessment,” use your Loyola username (UVID), which is the same as the username you use to log-in to LOCUS and Next Stop. If your Loyola UVID is less than 5 characters, use your full first name, followed by your full last name with no punctuation or spaces between and then repeat the last letter of your last name. For example if my name is Daniel Lee then my username would be "DanielLeee".
Your password is in the format flmmddyy where f=first letter of your first name, l=first letter of your last name, mm=month you were born, dd=day you were born, and yy=last two digits of year you were born. Your username and password are case sensitive, so you must type them using all lowercase letters. For example, if your name was John Doe and your birthday was 01/02/03 your password would be jd010203.
If you still are unable to log in after following the above formula, contact the Placement Assessment Team at the Hub at email@example.com or 773.508.7700 TAKE THE MATH PLACEMENT ASSESSMENT!