Please see an advisor for information and/or explanation on any of the below items.
Placement Documents and Information
- Math Placement Flowchart with ABE scores
- ABE Diagnostic Level Descriptors
- Course Placement Scores 2017-2018
- Course Placement Scores 2018-2019
- Career Pathways
- Interactive Flowchart
- Pathways Poster
- Transfer Inventory PDF
- Transfer Inventory Excel
Non-Course-Based Option (NCBO)
Community College Transfer Information
Course Descriptions and SLO's
Types of Courses Software
ConnectMath and ConnectMath with ALEKS PrepConnectMath is used in the following courses: MATH 0306 (PreAlgebra), MATH 0308 (Introductory Algebra), MATH 0310 (Intermediate Algebra), MATH 1314 (College Algebra), and MATH 1342 (Statistics). ALEKS Prep is used in all of these courses, with the exception of MATH 0306 (PreAlgebra) and MATH 1342 (Statistics). More information on ALEKS Prep can be found in the ALEKS section below.
SmartBook ResourcesSmartBook Overview (video)
ALEKSALEKS stands for Assessment and Learning in Knowledge Spaces. It is an individualized, adaptive learning tool that is unlike any other online program available today. ALEKS uses artificial intelligence to determine what a student knows, doesn't know, and is most ready to learn. ALEKS then creates a personalized learning plan for each student. Periodic Knowledge Checks are designed to help ensure that students remember what is learned.
- Lone Star College Developmental Education Website
- Lone Star College Test Preparation Website
- Lone Star College Math Prep Tips and Sample Questions
- TSI Sample Questions (The College Board)
- Math Help TSI Prep and Practice
- General Test Prep Information
Final Exam Reviews
Dual Credit Resources
College Preparatory math courses on a high school transcript must include the following:
(a) a course titled College Preparatory Course Mathematics and
(b) a minimum grade of 75% or better must be recorded
The service ID College Preparatory Course Mathematics CP111200 CPMAT may ONLY be used for a college preparatory course developed and provided by a district in partnership with at least one institution of higher education. Pursuant to TEC Section 28.014, these courses must be designed for students at the 12th grade level whose performance on an EOC assessment instrument does not meet college readiness standards or whose performance on coursework, a college entrance examination, or an assessment instrument designated under Section 51.3062(c) indicates that the student is not ready to perform entry-level college coursework. These college preparatory courses are eligible for state credit on the Foundation High School Program only.