FALL 2020 Advanced Standing Examinations - Updated November 19, 2020.
The School of Mathematics is planning to offer Advanced Standing Exams in a limited number of classes in Fall 2020. Advanced Standing Exams will be offered for MATH 1551, 1552, 1553, 1554, 1712, 2550, 2551.
DUE TO THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC, ADVANCED STANDING EXAMS FOR FALL 2020 MAY BE ADMINISTERED AS PROCTORED ONLINE EXAMS. See below for details.
Please note that requests for advanced standing exams for Fall 2020 will be accepted for consideration only if received no later than Tuesday, November 3, 2020.
Please note that requests for advanced standing exams for 2021 and beyond will be accepted for consideration only if received no later than four weeks prior to the final exam period in a given term. For Spring 2021, the deadline is Thursday, April 1st. For Summer 2021, the deadline is Thursday, July 1st. Your request will be evaluated by the Math Academic Office.
See the Registrar's page information to find the appropriate form at:
Email the Academic Office with questions or concerns. You may email the form as an attachment to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- DO NOT pay until you get permission from the Math Academic Office to take the exam.
- A student cannot take an advanced standing exam if he/she has taken the course at Georgia Tech and made a D or failed it.
- A student must be in good standing at the request date and at the exam date.
- A student must currently be enrolled in classes at Georgia Tech during the term of the advanced standing exam.
- A student could not be enrolled in the course for which the exam is requested for more than 1 week.
- Advanced Standing exams are not given for MATH 2106, 3235, 3236, 3406 or for 4000-level Math courses. For Fall 2020, Advanced Standing Exams will be offered for MATH 1551, 1552, 1553, 1554, 1712, 2550, 2551. Requests for Advanced Standing Exams in other math courses will be considered, but the request may be denied. Decisions regarding such requests will be made by October 15, 2020.
- The MATH 1553 Advanced Standing exam will not satisfy the graduation requirements for a CS Degree.
- Students who have credit for MATH 1553 and students who have registered for MATH 1553 cannot take an Advanced Standing exam for MATH 1554.
- A students cannot take more than 2 Advanced Standing exams in Mathematics in a single term.
Date of Exams - Updated November 19, 2020
Advanced Standing Exams will be scheduled during the second of the two Conflict Periods - December 9, 11:20am - 2:10pm EST. this is the default testing times.
Tentative plans: MATH 1551, 1553, and 1554 exams will be offered on December 8, time to be determined.
MATH 1552, 2550, 2551 will be offered on December 9 11:20am - 2:10pm EST.
Proctoring of Fall 2020 Advanced Standing Exams - Updated November 19, 2020. Method 1 will be used in Fall 2020
One of these two methods will be used. The method used is not yet determined. The School of Math will post the method at a later time.
Method 1. Exams will be proctored online in a live session by School of Mathematics faculty. This method will be used in Fall 2020
This method requires students to have:
- RELIABLE INTERNET SERVICE
- A COMPUTER
- A WEB CAMERA
- A PHOTO ID
- A DEVICE TO SCAN OR TAKE A PICTURE OF YOUR EXAM PAPERS
- A MEANS OF UPLOADING THE SCANNED PAPERS OR PHOTOS TO THE NAMED GT SITE.
Please note that while we will maintain privacy as much as possible, students who register for this exam will be asked to agree to a FERPA release.
Exams will be proctored online in a live session by School of Mathematics faculty. All exams will be held at a set time to be announced on the specified dates. NO MAKEUP TIMES ARE AVAILABLE. If you register for an exam, please be sure that you will have uninterrupted internet access at that date and time.
Method 2. Digital Proctoring through Honorlock. This method will not be used in Fall 2020
The following are required of students: Please refer to these important Honorlock technical requirements:
- Students must have a broadband internet connection
- Students must have a webcam and microphone
- Students must have a secure private location to take an exam
- Students will be asked to provide a picture ID and take a picture of themselves via a webcam as part of the exam process
- Honorlock is not compatible with Linux OS, Virtual Machines, tablets, or smartphones
- Honorlock requires the installation of Google Chrome and the Honorlock Chrome extension