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Taking the Diagnostic Exam will allow a student the opportunity to test out of part or all of their modules within Math Learning Support. The Diagnostic is not a mandatory exam, but it is highly recommended. The Diagnostic must be taken prior to the start of any work within a module. Once a student begins working within a module they forfeit any attempt at the Diagnostic. You must be registered in a Math Learning Support class for the current semester to be able to take the diagnostic exam. The diagnostic is NOT available to students registered in a RODP course.
Visit http://rscc.mylabsplus.com and work on Practice Diagnostics 1 thru 5! Practice, Practice, Practice! It is imperative that you spend as much time as possible practicing all of the modules. Doing so will allow you to become accustomed to the software and how to enter answers correctly. Be sure to practice how to use the graphing tools for modules 4 and 5.
To log in, use your complete Raidernet email address (email@example.com) as your username and your R number (capital R and all eight digits) as your password. Testing will be available according the schedule posted below, as well as and during the first week of the semester (consult the MLS - Open Testing Schedule). Be sure to check back for dates, times and locations.
NO cell phones, calculators or other electronic devices are permitted during the exams. A basic single line calculator is included within the software.
Watch this video to learn more about how to prepare for the diagnostic!
NOTE: The exams are ONLY available at the locations listed. They are NOT available at any of the other campuses or through the Testing Center.
* only for students registered for spring semester of 2015.
***TESTING FOR SPRING 2015 IS CURRENTLY UNAVAILABLE. CHECK BACK OFTEN.***
Where do you go once you get there?
No appointment is necessary to take an exam. Please try to arrive at least one hour before the end of the posted time period to ensure that you have adequate time to take the exam. Each module consists of 10 questions with a 20 minute time limit.