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Algebra and Trigonometry Refresher!

Enlist in one of our Math Boot Camps! The UH Mānoa Department of Mathematics will conduct these intensive non-credit courses for students who want to review the algebra and trigonometry concepts covered in the math placement exam. Students will strengthen their math skills through short lectures, group work,and practice problems using a Web-based, artificially intelligent assessment and learning system. All Math Boot Camp students may take/re-take the math placement exam independently from the date of their last attempt!

These courses are for students who:
  • want to review math concepts prior to taking the math placement exam
  • already took the math placement exam but want to place higher on the exam by reviewing and taking the placement exam again
  • passed the placement exam but want to bridge their high school and college math courses with a review
There are two registration options:
Boot Camp for Math 140 (Wednesday - Friday)
For:      Students who plan to register for Math 140 (Precalculus)
Dates:  August 5-6, 2015 (9AM-4PM with a lunch break), August 7 (9AM-noon)
Cost:     $60

Boot Camp for Math 241 (Wednesday - Friday and Monday - Wednesday)
For:      Students who plan to register for Math 241 (Calculus)
Dates:  August 5-6, 2015 (9AM-4PM with a lunch break), August 7 (9AM-noon), August 10-11, 2015 (9AM – 4PM with a lunch break), August 12 (9AM-noon)
Cost:     $110

Note: These courses are designed for students who have learned the material in a previous course and want to review and practice the concepts before taking the placement exam. Students are responsible for bringing their own personal computer to class. For information on the concepts covered on the placement exam: http://math.hawaii.edu/placement. For more information contact office@math.hawaii.edu


Registration Link:
To Be Posted in early 2015
 
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Math Boot Camp is a non-credit course sponsored by the Department of Mathematics, Outreach College, and the College of Natural Sciences.