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# [edit] Check back in July for placement information

*NOTE: At this time, completion of the Math and AQR Placement Process will NOT be automatically recorded on the academics checklist or submitted forms pages.*

## [edit] Step Three: Mathematics Placement

This page will help you determine which mathematics course you should enroll in if you are interested in *calculus or beyond.* If you haven't already done so, please begin the *Mathematics and AQR Placement Process* from Step One by clicking here.

In this final step of the *Mathematics and AQR Placement Process,* use the tree below to determine which math course you should take, **then complete the form at the bottom of the page to indicate your selection.** The tree looks a bit overwhelming, but should be simple to follow.

## [edit] Note: the google form for 2012 will not be active until the summer.

NOTE: If you have taken a course beyond calculus (e.g. Linear Algebra, Multivariable Calculus, Differential Equations, etc), skip the tree and instead contact the Math Placement Director (math-placement@stolaf.edu).

Did you take calculus in high school?

Are you comfortable with trig, log, and exponential functions and basic algebra? (see examples here)

Take
**Math 109: Preparation for Calculus**

Note: Math 109 does not carry AQR credit

Did you take an AP Calculus (or IB Math HL) Exam?

Which exam did you take?

Are you comfortable with derivatives? (see examples here)

What was your score?

What was your score?

Take
**Math 120: Calculus I**

Take
**Math 128: Honors Calculus II**

Are you comfortable with integration and Taylor series? (see examples here)

Take
**Math 126: Calculus II**

Take
**Math 220: Elementary Linear Algebra**

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## [edit] The google form for 2012 will not be active until later in the summer.