Are you wondering if your math placement is correct? Take self-assessment exams to learn if you should challenge your placement, or move forward with your current plan in confidence.
Student Tools & Resources
First & Foremost, Seek Advising
The Developmental Mathematics advisor is located in the Tracy Hall Science Center.
Katrina Marriott is available to advise students on registration issues and course requirements, as well as coach students in developing better learning strategies for math success. Students who are having difficulty mastering the material should meet with their instructor. Additional help is available from tutors in the Math Tutoring Center.
Contact a tutor in the Hub or the tutor supervisor at either the Ogden or Davis Campus for more information.
Suggestions and Outside Resources
Seek Out Study Partners
One of the best ways to learn math is to study it with a friend or classmate. Schedule a time to meet together in the hub, or anywhere on campus. You may consider contacting your instructor to see if he/she has a suggestion for you.
Concept Explained Differently
Do you need to see a math concept presented differently than how you’ve seen it so far? Search the concept on these websites for more video and written explanations.
Take a Mental Break
When you need a mental break, check out Vi Hart’s Math Doodling
Schedule Appointment with Advisor
Tracy Hall Science Center
(TY) 207; 801-626-7585
Monday - Friday
8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Weber State University
1415 Edvalson St., Dept. 2516
Ogden, UT 84408-2516