# Secondary Math Placement Tests

## Calculus Placement Test

### Find the perfect level.

Each level of math builds upon the skills and concepts learned in previous levels. To ensure success at later levels it's essential to start your child in the right level. Use our resources below to determine the best level for your child to start.

Lower Levels
Upper Levels

#### Is my child ready for Primer?

If your child is just beginning formal math teaching and approximatly aged 3 to 6 years old then begin with Primer.

#### Is my child ready for Alpha?

If your child can make all their numbers from 0-9, understands the value of each, and is ready for seat work then they are ready for Alpha.

#### Is my child ready for Beta?

If your child can add and subtract single digit numbers with ease then they are ready for Beta.

#### Would my child benefit from Accelerated Individualized Mastery (AIM) for Addition and Subtraction?

Your child has previously completed addition and subtraction coursework but still struggles with facts.

#### What is AIM for Addition and Subtraction?

AIM is NOT a level and might not be necessary for for every child. AIM for Addition and Subtraction was created for struggling math students who have gaps in their foundational math skills set. It can be used after your child has completed addition and subtraction coursework. The AIM program uses proven Math-U-See strategies and manipulatives in combination with an accelerated approach to help students successfully master math facts.

#### Is my child ready for Gamma?

If your child can add and subtract multiple digit numbers and understands regrouping then they will be ready for Gamma.

#### Is my child ready for Delta?

If your child can add and subtract multiple digit numbers then they are ready for Delta.

#### Would my child benefit from Accelerated Individualized Mastery (AIM) for Multiplication and Division?

Your child has previously completed multiplication and division coursework but still struggles with facts.

#### What is AIM for Multiplication and Division?

AIM is NOT a level and might not be necessary for for every child. AIM for Multiplication and Division was created for struggling math students who have gaps in their foundational math skills set. It can be used after your child has completed multiplication and division coursework. The AIM program uses proven Math-U-See strategies and manipulatives in combination with an accelerated approach to help students successfully master math facts.

#### Is my child ready for Epsilon?

If your child can add, subtract, multiply, and divide multiple digit numbers your child is ready for Epsilon.

#### Is my child ready for Zeta?

If your child can add, subtract, multiply, and divide multiple digit numbers, and they can add, subtract, multiply, and divide fractions then your child is ready for Zeta.

#### Is my child ready for Pre-Algebra?

If your child has mastered all skills up to and including Zeta have them take the Pre-Algebra Placement test.

#### Is my child ready for Algebra 1?

If your child has begun Algebra using a different program have them take the Pre-Algebra Placement Assessment and work up through the placement levels until they begin to struggle with the concepts.

#### Is my child ready for Geometry?

If your child has begun Algebra using a different program have them take the Pre-Algebra Placement Assessment and work up through the placement levels until they begin to struggle with the concepts.

#### Is my child ready for Algebra 2?

If your child has mastered all skills up to and including Zeta have them take the Pre-Algebra Placement test.

#### Is my child ready for Pre-Calculus?

If your child has mastered all skills up to and including Zeta have them take the Pre-Algebra Placement test.

#### Is my child ready for Calculus?

If your child has mastered all skills up to and including Zeta have them take the Pre-Algebra Placement test.