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Developmental Math Advising

Welcome!

 

Come in or schedule an appointment to meet with "Tes" or a math mentor. Located near The HUB, they are available to help with strategies to learn math and succeed. Organizational skills, test preparation, and note taking are just a few insights they can assist you with as it pertains to success in mathematics. FAQ's can be found below, however, personalized assistance is recommended.

Mr. Tesfaye Yadete

Advisor & Learning Strategist for Student Services
LP 104
(801) 626-7451 
tyadete@weber.edu

 

Math Mentors
LP 105
(801) 626-7554
devmath@weber.edu

 

Frequently Asked Questions

 

What determines which Math class I'll be placed in?

There are three ways to determine your placement in a math class.  Learn more here...


Am I ready for the class that I have been placed in?

Do a self-assessments quiz to help you determine if you have been placed in the right level of math. If your official placement is lower than your self-assessment indicates, you can challenge your placement using ALEKS PPL - Placement, Preparation, and Learning

How do I add a Developmental Class to my schedule?

To add a class, students must meet the prerequisite requirement. How you add a class to your schedule also depends on when you are trying to do so. Learn more...

 


What classes do I take to prepare for college mathematics?

To know where you want to start, you must know where you want to end. Speak with your program advisor to learn what math course(s) are required for your program of study and/or quantitative literacy (QL) requirement. Then using the Choose Your Math Path document which diagrams the different paths (i.e. the R.E.A.L. Path vs. the Tech Path) toward Quantitative Literacy completion or our Step 1-2-3 process you can work your way back to the starting point. Always seek the assistance of your advisor.


Do Pre-requisite math courses expire and do I have to earn a specific grade for it to count?

Yes! And, yes! See the table below for expiration dates and grade requirement. If your prerequisite has expired, register for a MathPrep workshop. Instead of retaking the prerequisite course, you can work for about 10 hours with one of our instructors to refresh your math knowledge. As soon as you are registered for the workshop, you can get an override to register for the next course in your math sequence. Learn more about Math Prep...

Semester

Course

Grade

Expires

Last semester to use the prerequisite

Fall 2015

Math 0950,0990,0810 or 1010

C or better

End of Fall 2017

Spring 2018

Spring 2016

Math 0950,0990,0810 or 1010

C or better

End of Spring 2018

Summer 2018 or Fall 2018

Summer 2016

Math 0950,0990,0810 or 1010

C or better

End of Summer 2018

Fall 2018

Fall 2016

Math 0950,0990,0810 or 1010

C or better

End of Fall 2018

Spr 2019

Spring 2017

Math 0950,0990,0810 or 1010

C or better

End of Spring 2019

Summer 2019 or Fall 2019

Summer 2017

Math 0950,0990,0810 or 1010

C or better

End of Summer 2019

Fall 2019

Fall 2017 Math 0950,0990,0810 or 1010 C or better End of Fall 2019 Spring 2020
Spring 2018 Math 0950,0990,0810 or 1010 C or better End of Spring 2020 Summer 2020 or Fall 2020

I did not pass my quiz/test, now what?

Learn more about how to review quizzes and tests here and get a few extra suggestions prior to meeting with your instructor!

 

Let's Connect!



devmath@weber.edu
801-626-7585
 

 

Office Hours


Monday - Friday
  8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Mailing address


Weber State University
Developmental Mathematics
1415 Edvalson St., Dept. 2516
Ogden, UT 84408-2516

Building location


Tracy Hall Science Center (TY) 207

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