Advanced Standing Exams

How to Apply for an Advance Standing Exam, Comments, and Rules:

See the Registrar's page for information and to find the appropriate form at:

Advanced Standing Exams

Email exams@math.gatech.edu with questions or concerns. You may email the form as an attachment to exams@math.gatech.edu.

  • 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 most semesters, Advanced Standing Exams will be offered for MATH 1551, 1552, 1553, 1554, 1712, 2550, 2551, 2552, 3012.   Requests for Advanced Standing Exams in other math courses will be considered, but the request may be denied.  Please note that requests for advanced standing exams will be accepted for consideration only if received no later than four weeks prior to the final exam period in the given term.  
  • The MATH 1553 Advanced Standing exam will not satisfy the graduation requirements for a CS Degree.
  • Students who have taken MATH 1553 at Georgia Tech cannot take an Advanced Standing exam for MATH 1554.  Students who have transfer credit for MATH 1553 can request an Advanced Standing exam for MATH 1554. Similarly, students who have taken MATH 2550 at Georgia Tech cannot take an Advanced Standing exam for MATH 2551.  Students who have transfer credit for MATH 2550 can request an Advanced Standing exam for MATH 2551.
  • A students cannot take more than 2 Advanced Standing exams in Mathematics in a single term.
  • Students may not use more than 9 credits of advanced standing to meet degree requirements.
  • Students will not be allowed to take an examination for advanced standing in a course for which the prerequisite(s) has not been met, except with the consent of the school offering the course.
  • Students may attempt to receive credit via examination only once per course. This includes both Advanced Standing and Advanced Placement Exams.  

Fall 2022 Advanced Standing Examinations - Updated November 4, 2022.

1. List of Fall 2022 Advanced Standing Exams:

The School of Mathematics will offer Advanced Standing Exams in a limited number of classes in Fall 2022. Advanced Standing Exams will be offered for MATH 1551, 1552, 1553, 1554, 2550, 2551, 2552, 3012, and 3215.  Recently added:  MATH 3670.

Requests for Advanced Standing Exams for other classes will be considered, and such requests must be submitted by November 2, 2022. A decision regarding the availability of Advanced Standing Exams for other classes will be made by November 8.                                                                                                                           

2. Deadline to Apply for a Fall 2022 Advanced Standing Exam:                                                                                                                                                            

Please note that requests for advanced standing exams for Fall 2022 will be accepted for consideration only if received no later than November 9, 2022.

Please note that requests for advanced standing exams for 2022 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. Your request will be evaluated by the Math Academic Office.

3.  Administration of Fall 2022 Advanced Standing Exams:

All Advanced Standing Exams (ASE) will be in-person at Georgia Tech. The following is subject to change DUE TO THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC and changes in Georgia Tech policy regarding instruction and other procedures.  You must bring your Georgia Tech ID (Buzzcard) to the exam.  The exams will be given during the Final Exam period: December 8 - 16.  The exact date and time of each exam will be determined by the School of Mathematics at a later time.

NO MAKEUP TIMES ARE AVAILABLE. If you register for an exam, please be sure that you are available to take the examination at that date and time.  We recommend that you check out the location of the exam before the day of the exam.       

If you are taking a Fall 2022 ASE, you need to send an email to exams@math.gatech.edu to get additional information on what you can bring and what you cannot bring to the exam.

                                                        

Items in italics are tentative.

 

MATH 1113 Precalculus ASE December 15, 11:20 am-2:10 pm - Kendeda 152.

MATH 1551 Differential Calculus ASE Thursday December 8, 6:00-8:50pm – Instructional Center 103.

MATH 1552 Integral Calculus ASE Thursday December 8, 6:00-8:50pm – Clough 144.

MATH 1553 Intro to Linear Algebra ASE Tuesday December 13, 6:00-8:50 pm – Clough 144.

MATH 1554 Linear Algebra Tuesday December 13, 6:00-8:50 pm - DM Smith 105.

MATH 2550 Intro to Multivariable Calculus ASE Thursday December 8, 2:40-5:20 pm - DM Smith 105 OR Thursday December 8, 6:00-8:50 pm, Clough 144.

MATH 2551 Multivariable Calculus ASE Thursday December 8 2:40-5:30 pm - Kendeda 152 or Tuesday December 13, 2:40-5:30 pm Kendeda 152

MATH 2552 Differential Equations ASE Friday December 16, 8:00 – 10:50 am - Skiles 202. - UPDATED November 29, 2022

MATH 3012 Applied Combinatorics ASE Monday December 12, 8:00 am-10:50 am – Webber SST III 1 OR Friday December 9, 11:20am - 2:10pm Webber SST III 2.  

MATH 3215 Intro to Probability and Statistics ASE Wednesday Dec 14, 2:40-5:30 pm – Skiles 246.- UPDATED November 29, 2022

MATH 3670 ASE Tuesday December 13, 2:40-5:30 pm – Instructional Center room 211.

                                                                                                                                                                                   

Spring 2022 and Future Advanced Standing Examinations - The following is subject to change DUE TO THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC and changes in Georgia Tech policy regarding instruction and other procedures.    Updated January 18, 2022.

1. Spring 2022 Advanced Standing Exams:

The Advanced Standing Examinations for Spring 2022 and future semesters are planned to be in person exams administered during the Final Exam period for the semester.  It is planned that Advanced Standing Exams will be offered for MATH 1551, 1552, 1553, 1554, 2550, 2551, 2552, 3012, and 3215.

Advanced Standing Exams for MATH 1113 WILL NOT BE OFFERED IN in Spring 2022. 

Requests for Advanced Standing Exams for other classes will be considered.

2. Deadline to Apply for a Summer 2022 Advanced Standing Exam:

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. 

3. Administration of Advanced Standing Exams:

All Advanced Standing Exams (ASE) will be in-person at Georgia Tech.  The following is subject to change DUE TO THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC and changes in Georgia Tech policy regarding instruction and other procedures.