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# Calculus Readiness Test Practice Test

The questions that follow are designed to make prospective students aware of the mathematics background required for those intending to take one of the SFU Calculus courses: MATH 150, 151, 154 or 157. The actual test will cover the same concepts as this practice test does, but the questions will be different. For more information about the expectations, read Calculus Readiness Test Assessment Topics.

If you do not achieve a passing score on the actual test, we recommend that you enroll in Math 100 course, *Precalculus*.

Treat the Practice Calculus Readiness Test as a learning experience: if your answer to a question is incorrect, make sure that you understand the concept the question is related to before attempting the actual test.

**You should be aware of the following conditions when you attempt this practice test:**

- To be admitted to MATH 151, you must answer at least 24 questions out of the 30 questions correctly (on the actual test, not the practice test). For the other Calculus courses, the passing score is 20. The practice test does not keep track of your success rate - you will have to keep track of it yourself.
- You may take as much time as you like to complete the practice test. However, the actual test will be timed: you will have 1.5 hour for completion of the test.
- On the practice test, you will be allowed multiple attempts at each question. On the actual test, you will be allowed to attempt each question only once.
- You may take the practice test as many times as you wish. However, you will be allowed to take the actual test only once.
- You will have to write the actual test in person at the SFU Burnaby campus, and you will have to book a specific time to take it. You will not be permitted to bring any electronic devices to the test, but the software you will be using will allow you to use a basic four-function calculator if you wish to do so.