Is it really not determined by the outcome of your score? Cause the website makes it sound like it matters. And also, you need a higher score on the SATII to be exempt from taking the MPE for math20A than math10a; so I am thinking they would make the distinction for the MPE too?
"If you would like to enroll in Math 10A or Math 20A, we strongly encourage you to take the online MDTP Calculus Readiness (CR) test to determine your readiness for either course. The CR online test is NOT a placement test, but rather an advisory test that informs you if you are prepared for a calculus course or if you need to review specific math topics before taking such a course. If you achieve a sufficiently high score on the CR online test (24 for Math 10A, 30 for Math 20A), then you should be able to achieve a qualifying score for Math 10A or Math 20A when you take the MPE. You are strongly encouraged to take an early administration of the MPE to secure your placement into Math 10A or Math 20A. Click the Test Dates link on the left for a list of scheduled dates and sites. "
edit: actually after a little digging I think astrina might be right. haven't seen a person who was accepted into math10a but not 20a. the only cases are not being accepted into 10 or 20 but just 3 and 4
Last edited by DistressStudent; 09-19-2012 at 01:36 AM.