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Math Placement Calculations

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High School Records

You can use your high school records for math placement if you meet one of the following requirements:

  • currently in the 9-12th grade
  • graduated from a US high school between 2012-2022

Understanding your Math Placement:

Tier
High School Records
SRJC Math Placement
Tier 4 Passed Pre-calculus with C or better Eligible for Math 1A or 4
Tier 3 Passed Algebra 2 or Integrated Math 3 with C or better and have a HS GPA of 2.7 and above Eligible for Math 9, 10, 15, 16, 25, 27
Tier 2 Passed Algebra 2 or Integrated Math 3 with C or better and have a HS GPA less than 2.7

Eligible for Math 9 or 25 with concurrent enrollment in Math 200*

Eligible for Math 10, 15, or 16

If taking Math 15, concurrent enrollment in support class Math 215 is recommended.

Tier 1 Did not pass Algebra 2 or Integrated Math 3 with C or better

Eligible for Math 9 or 25 with concurrent enrollment in Math 200*

Eligible for Math 10

Eligible for Math 15 with concurrent enrollment in Math 215

*If SRJC does not offer Math 200, then students in Tiers 1 & 2 are eligible for Math 9 and 25.

Did you check your placement results and find it blank, incorrect, or expired? If yes, you may need to update your high school records.

Math Guided Self-Placement

The Math Guided Self-Placement is available for you if you meet one of the following requirements:

  • graduated high school before 2012
  • attended high school internationally
  • did not/will not complete high school

Understanding your Guided Self-Placement Results:

The Math Guided Self-Placement provides guidance based on your educational goals, career plans, and prior experience in mathematics. As you work through the activity, your responses will help guide you towards the appropriate math path for your goals and level of experience.

Upon completion of this activity, you will be allowed to enroll in Math 9, 10, 15, 16, 25, 27, or any lower-level course. If you are unsure of the degree you would like to pursue at this time, please meet with a counselor to help you explore your options.


Most students will be placed into transfer level math, however, it is important to understand which math is required for your program before enrolling. Below you will find helpful information to assist you in interpreting your placement results and understanding your program requirements.

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View Math Sequence Chart

The math sequence chart shown below is for general reference. Before enrolling in a math class, please meet with a counselor for guidance in selecting the appropriate math class for your intended major.

Math Sequence Chart

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From learning communities to the Kunde Mathematics Lab, SRJC offers a wide range of resources to help you succeed in your courses.

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Our staff is here to support you with your placement questions and ensure you have a smooth process in registering for courses here at SRJC!

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