- NAU always uses your highest placement score to determine the appropriate math course.
- As of May 2016, College Board released a new system for scoring the SAT. Math placement only uses SAT converted scores for placement. View SAT conversion chart.
Find your placement
NAU requires math placement in order to determine which math class is appropriate for each student.
Math placement can be attained in a variety of ways:
- High school math courses (high school graduates from Spring 2015 or later)
- SATI (MATH2) test scores
- ACT Math test scores
- AP test scores
- Transfer credits
- NAU Math Placement Test
- HS Core GPA (beginning with high school graduates from Spring 2022 or later)
What’s my placement? Accordion Closed
After you have been admitted to NAU and your high school records and/or SAT/ACT results have been sent to NAU, you can find out which NAU math course is appropriate for you. Information entered into Priority Enrollment is NOT used for math placement. If you have not submitted official documentation to NAU, this placement information will not be accurate.