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Once placed properly, students will use computer-assisted instruction and classroom activities to assist in mastering each of the modules for MATH 0098 and 0099/1013. Attendance will be required in the classroom and the lab. Students will show mastery of each module through a pre-test at 85% or post-test at 80%.  Guided instruction and completion recommendations will be provided to students. However, students who wish to work at a faster pace are encouraged to do so and may progress through both classes in one semester to receive credit by exam for MATH 0099 or 1013. Students who reach but do not complete the last module and/or final exam in their class during one semester will be given an in-progress grade (IP).   For additional information on the in-progress grade, click on the handout icon found on the left. Credit and a grade for the class will be obtained only after the required modules (Modules 1-5 for Math 0098 and Modules 6-9 and the final exam for Math 0099/1013) have been completed. The final exam is a comprehensive test that includes material from MATH 0098 and 0099/1013. Only one attempt is allowed on the final exam. There is no minimum score requirement on the final exam. The final exam will be computed as 20% of the final grade in the course.
 

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