If you have completed a one-year high school or college calculus course and plan to continue studying calculus at IU, consider taking this exam. Students who pass this exam can earn credit for Math M211. Graphing calculators are not allowed. This exam is not offered in the spring.

Consider taking this exam only if you have received excellent grades in two years of high school biology and plan to continue studying biology at IU. Students who pass this exam can earn credit for introductory biology courses BIOL L111 and/or BIOL L112.

Some international students may benefit by taking the Indiana Academic English Test (IAET). At orientation, your academic advisor will discuss this with you, and, if beneficial, will share how to sign up for this online exam.

Need Testing Accommodations?

If you have a diagnosed disability that affects your performance on timed tests, and you receive testing modifications at your current school or have received extended time on your SAT or ACT exam, you may request testing modifications for placement exams taken as part of New Student Orientation.

You will have the opportunity to indicate that you require testing modifications or similar support during the academic year from Accessible Educational Services (AES). We will connect you with AES to file the proper documentation.

Learn about AES