Calculus Waiver Tests

Students who have not received credit or advanced placement by means of these examinations, but believe their preparation in high school is substantially equivalent to MATH-035: Calculus I and/or MATH-036: Calculus II may place out of these courses by taking the Calculus Waiver Tests. Students who pass the appropriate test will receiver a course waiver and may register for more advanced courses. However, credit is not awarded for placing out of Calculus I or II via the Waiver Tests.

Accessing the Waiver Tests: The Calculus Waiver Tests can be accessed at Once you click on the link, you first need to create an account. You will then log in using the account you created. You will see a tab “Enroll in a Class”. Click on it then check the box for the class named “Waiver Tests for Calculus I & Calculus II”. After you’ve enrolled in this class, you will see two tests, “Calculus I” and “Calculus II”. Choose the appropriate test.

Note: Each of the Calculus Waiver Tests is a two-hour exam and must be completed in one sitting. Calculators are not allowed.

Students who wish to place out of MATH-137: Multivariable Calculus need to contact Professor Michael Raney, who will administer the corresponding waiver test at a specific date and time.

Further information may be obtained through the department or the Georgetown College, Office of the Dean.