Calculus Accreditation Exam

Must be completed and postmarked by July 28 if taken by mail;
the final on-campus exam will be given at the August 4 Open House. 

All results available by August 7.

If you've taken Calculus but either don't have AP scores or feel your performance on the AP Calculus exam does not accurately reflect your knowledge of the subject, you should take the Calculus Accreditation Exam.  It is designed to correlate with coursework offered at Chicago, and we put great stock in its ability to find the most accurate mathematics placement for our students. See Step 3: Mathematical Sciences for information on possible outcomes.

There are three ways to take the Calculus Accreditation Exam: