6.5. My major requires MATH 125, but what if I only place into MATH 122A/B. Is that a problem?
Math Placement, Transfer Credit/Credit by Exam, PPL (Math Placement Test) → Registration → My major requires MATH 125, but what if I only place into MATH 122A/B. Is that a problem?
No. Although some degree program material solely lists MATH 125 as the requirement, in reality MATH 122B and MATH 125 satisfy the same requirement, so taking MATH 122A/B instead of MATH 125 is not a problem.
The standard Calculus I course is MATH 122A+122B. MATH 125 is simply the accelerated version for students who score extremely well on the ALEKS PPL Math Placement test. Students from both courses can continue into MATH 129 (Calculus II), if their program requires another semester of calculus.
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