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Updated Registration and Payment Deadline for online transactions

Dear Students,

As we gear up for another exciting academic year, we would like to provide you with some important updates regarding registration and payment deadlines. It is crucial that you carefully review the following information to ensure a smooth and hassle-free start to the upcoming semester.

Registration Deadline:

We kindly request all students to complete their registration process by July 18, 2023. Please note that online registration will be temporarily closed between July 18 and August 21, so it is imperative that you complete this process within the specified timeframe.

Payment Deadline:

We kindly request that all tuition and fee payments be made by July 27, 2023. By adhering to this deadline, you will ensure that your financial obligations are met and that your enrollment remains active for the upcoming semester. It is important to note that online payments cannot be made between noon on July 27 and August 21. Therefore, we strongly urge you to complete your payments before the specified date to avoid any inconveniences.

We understand that there may be exceptional circumstances or financial constraints that could impact your ability to meet these deadlines. In such cases, we encourage you to reach out to our Financial Aid office at the earliest opportunity.

We appreciate your attention to these important matters, and we look forward to welcoming you back to campus for the start of a new academic year. If you have any questions or require further assistance, please do not hesitate to contact us.


Math Placement Test

Math Placement Test

Transfer students bringing in the equivalent to Kettering College’s MATH 105 (see this site’s transfer credit section for more information about transferring courses) do not have to take the Math Placement Test.

If you live more than 100 miles from Kettering College and/or need to make special arrangements for the test, please contact Laura Kosch (937) 395-8601 + 55646  in the Academic Support Department. 

Please be sure to arrive 15 to 20 minutes prior to your test time. Upon arriving, please check in at the front desk of the college for location information.

The Math Placement Test consists of 50 multiple-choice questions, and you will have one hour to complete the test. Please bring a pencil for the test. No calculators or cell phones are allowed. You are allowed to take the test only one time. Your score will be available on the next business day and will be given to the admissions office.

Do I need to take the Math Placement Test?

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Please complete the Contact Information Form below. The Academic Support Team will contact you to schedule your Math Placement Test.

Contact Information Form

Concepts and topics to review for Math Placement Test

  • Addition, subtraction, multiplication and division of negative and positive numbers
  • Place value and rounding of whole numbers and decimals
  • Conversions between decimals, percentages and fractions
  • Conversions within the metric system (prefixes: deci, milli, kilo, etc.)
  • Order of operation, absolute value, distributive property
  • Sum and average of numbers, measures of center (arithmetic mean, median, mode, midrange)
  • Addition, subtraction, multiplication and division of fractions
  • Evaluating algebraic expressions
  • Solving linear equations and proportions in one and two variables & solving inequalities in one variable
  • Slope of a line, x & y intercepts of a linear equation and/or graph
  • Interpreting graphs in two variables
  • Laws of exponents, basic exponential and logarithmic functions
  • Simplifying/collecting like terms
  • Solving equations and formulas for the indicated variable in terms of the other variables
  • Addition, subtraction, multiplication and division of polynomials
  • Factoring polynomials (GCF, ascending or descending order, number of terms) difference of squares, perfect square trinomial, factor by grouping, trial and error
  • Solving quadratic equations using factoring & principle of zero products
  • Word problems and applications in one and two variables
  • Measures of variation (range, standard deviation and variance)
  • Basic probability for simple events and compound events
  • Basic trigonometry (sine, cosine, tangent, etc.)

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