ALEKS (Math) Assessment Score
After you complete your first ALEKS assessment, you will see a detailed pie chart of your topic mastery. After choosing More Detailed Report, you'll see your scores as a percentage score. Below the Placement Pie are the courses you are eligible to enroll in based on your score. For your records, print your results and write in the courses you are eligible to take based on the table below. Use this document during your orientation advising session and/or registration.
Achieving the cutoff score for your math course is a great starting point, but it does not guarantee success. You are much more likely to succeed if you are fully proficient in the skills corresponding to your Placement Pie wedges. Using the ALEKS learning modules will greatly increase your ability to succeed, saving you time and money, and ensuring long-term mathematical success.
|M110||ALEKS Not Required|
|A118||ALEKS Not Required|
|M118||ALEKS Not Required|
|K300||ALEKS score 25 or higher|
|M129||ALEKS Not Required|
|T101||ALEKS score 25 or higher|
|M102||ALEKS score 25 or higher|
|M102/M125||ALEKS score 25 or higher|
|M125||ALEKS score 45 or higher|
|M126||ALEKS score 45 or higher|
|M119||ALEKS score 55 or higher|
The ALEKS Math Assessment ensures students' readiness for particular math courses at IU Southeast. It is important for students to begin in the course most likely to lead to success.
After taking the initial assessment, you will have the opportunity to use the learning modules in ALEKS to refresh and practice specific mathematical topics unique to your results. This will not only help you into your recommended mathematics course, but this will also make you more likely to succeed in that course. You should begin your learning modules immediately following your initial assessment. You will then have 6 weeks to use the learning modules and complete up to 4 reassessments.