## Math Placement Level Exam (MPLEX)

*What is the Math Placement Level Exam (MPLEX)?*

*What is the Math Placement Level Exam (MPLEX)?*

MPLEX is a math placement exam. This exam will satisfy the mathematical prerequisite requirements for math, statistics and related courses.

*When is the next time I can take the placement exam*?

*When is the next time I can take the placement exam*

- January 6, (Tuesday) 1:00 pm - 3:15 pm, Robert's Hall, Room 111
- January 7, (Wednesday) 1:00 pm - 3:15 pm, Robert's Hall, Room 111
- January 8, (Thursday) 1:00 pm - 3:15 pm, Robert's Hall, Room 111
- January 9, (Friday) 1:00 pm - 3:15 pm, Robert's Hall, Room 111
- January 13, (Tuesday) 1:00 pm - 3:15 pm, Robert's Hall, Room 111

##### These dates are subject to change, please check back.

**Your MPLEX score is good for ONE year.**

**Your MPLEX score is good for ONE year.**For questions regarding prerequisites, please visit our Prerequisites and Policy page.

*Do I need to bring anything?*

- Bring a picture ID and something to write with.
- You may bring a calculator but it is not required.
- Paper will be provided.

*When will I know how I placed?*

You will receive a pass/fail grade immediately once you grade it.

Your score will not be available to use as a prerequisite for a math class until the following morning.This means you cannot change your class immediately following the exam.

**How can I prepare?**

**How can I prepare?**

Sample MPLEX Problems (PDF format)For additional practice, the A.P.C.A.W. (Algebra PreCalculus - A Workbook), is available for purchase in the MSU Bookstore.

A list of usefull internet resources can be found on our Resources for Undergraduate Students page.

*Do I need to schedule a time?*

*Do I need to schedule a time?*

No. Stop by at your convenience during the time.

*When will I know my placement level (exam results)? *

*When will I know my placement level (exam results)?*

- The score will be available to instructors by accessing Banner the following morning.

### *Do you have any more questions?*

*Do you have any more questions?*

- Please go to the math office, at 2-214 Wilson Hall.
- Or call Kellie Albee at (406) 994-3602

Updated: 11/26/2014 |