The following assessments will help determine the appropriate initial English and Math courses for you based on your current skill level.
You may opt out of the English Assessment if you have earned a grade of C or better in a credit-bearing, college-level English composition course at a regionally accredited U.S. institution. Contact your academic advisor for assistance.
Please keep in mind that you may take each assessment only once. You will be notified immediately of the results.
Access to the English Assessment
The English Assessment consists of writing an original essay. The essay should consist of a 4-5 paragraph essay with up to 1,000 words. Note: The maximum word count is 1000 words, and you will have up to 45 minutes to complete the essay.
Fill in your profile information and credentials, record your credentials.
Click Submit, then you will be sent an email to confirm your email address.
After confirming your email address, click Log in to Mobius.
Use your email address and password to log in.
Click Enroll in a Class.
Select Math Assessment then click Register.
Click on Math Assessment.
Click on Assessment 1.
Click "Next" to move from question to question.
Click "Submit Assignment" when complete to grade your test.
Business majors with a score of 14 or greater on Assessment 1 should enroll in MAT 141. If you score below 14, you should enroll in MAT 003.
Assessment scores are reported to the Center for Online Learning.
Foundational Courses (MAT 003 and ENG 002)
Foundational courses are non-credit courses. (Foundational courses DO count as 3 semester hours each for financial aid purposes.) If you are required to take a Foundational Course, we recommend you enroll in at least one foundational course your first term.
Foundational courses do not count toward the 4-class limit prior to matriculation; however, Foundational courses DO count as 3 semester hours each for financial aid purposes.
Under Federal Regulation 38 USC 3672, 3675, 3680A: VA will not approve payment of benefits for remedial courses offered online.
Please contact your academic advisor if you have any questions about the assessments.