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The math exam that takes place on Thursday August 23 during NSO is a separate, by-invitation-only diagnostic exam only for selected students who are registered for Math 103. If you intend to take placement exams to receive credit for Math 104 or above, the exam is on September 4 as indicated below.

 

Students taking credit exams need to sign up in the Math Department no later than noon of exam day (DRL bldg, 33rd and Walnut Street, room 4W1, 4th floor).  This exam is open to all UPenn students and the sign up sheet will be available a week before classes start.

 

All Spring Postponed (Make-Up) Exams 

Date: Tuesday, Sept 4th 
Time: 6-8 PM
Place: DRL Blg, Room A1
No calculators are allowed, but you may bring a two-sided 8.5 × 11 inch sheet of handwritten notes (will be checked at exam).

Credit by Exam: Credit Exams for Math 104, 114, 115, 240, 241

Date: Tuesday, Sept 4th  
Time: 6-8 PM
Place:DRL Blg, Room A1
No calculators are allowed, but you may bring a two-sided 8.5 × 11 inch sheet of handwritten notes.

You must bring your Penn ID to take the exams. All exam takers must stay for the 2 hour duration of the exam. 

Credit by Exam: The second unit credit exams

Date: Wednesday, Sept 5th

Time: 6-8pm
Place: TBA
No calculators are allowed, but you may bring a two-sided 8.5 × 11 inch sheet of handwritten notes.

Note: These "second unit AP credit" exams on the material in Math 114, 115, 240, 241 are for those who already took and passed the first exam and also wish to take the next sequence of the calculus course to get a second unit of credit "only".

You cannot take the second exam unless you passed the first day's exam. The second exam will not be graded unless you passed the first.

You will receive 1 unit of AP credit if you pass the first exam. If you pass both exams you will receive 2 units of AP credit

The credit exams are pass/fail, if you pass, just the AP credit will show up on your transcript. It doesn't affect your gpa. If you fail, you can take the credit exam again the next time that it is given.  Failed AP attempts will not appear on your trancripts

Incoming first-year students MUST take the online Canvas Diagnostic Exam during the Advanced Registration period and report their scores to their academic advisor. In addition to the Diagnostic Exam, first-year students may also take our Credit By Exam(s) .