# Alternative Assessment: High School Transcripts

## English

Edmonds College is now offering students from any U.S. high school placement into English courses based on a cumulative GPA of 2.5. Placement into ENGL&101 with a GPA of 2.5 applies to current high school students, Running Start students, High School students who are enrolled in College (CHS), or those who have already graduated. Placement by this method expires five years after the student graduates from high school.

We also honor the WA State Placement Reciprocity Agreement. Please visit this website for more information.

For students whose English is not their first language: Please note that students with high school transcripts listing ESL course instead of standard English courses will need to place by taking the Accuplacer or LOEP placement test.

Please note: If you wish to seek placement using your high school transcripts, please bring a copy of your transcript (unofficial copies are OK) to the Testing and Assessment Services office (TAS), located in MLT Hall, room 152. High school transcripts submitted via third parties (such as Parchment or National Student Clearinghouse) will not be automatically given placement. You can also send your transcripts to TAS via email. Please remember to include a copy of your picture ID in your email to TAS if you wish to seek placement.

## Math

Edmonds College strives to promote student success in mathematics. Edmonds College is now offering students from the Edmonds School District placement into math courses based on their last high school math class according to the chart below. Students who cannot be placed by the chart or who do not agree with the placement determined by the chart may be placed by the college’s math placement tests.

If your last two-semester math course was: | and you earned a grade of | and you completed that course within _______ of today’s date | your placement will be | |
---|---|---|---|---|

Algebra 2 | A | 1 year | Math 97 | |

Algebra 2 | B | 1 year | Math 87 | |

Honors Algebra 2 | A or B | 1 year | Math 107, 140, 141, 146 | |

Honors Algebra 2 | C | 1 year | Math 97, 107, 140, 146 | |

Statistics | A or B | 1 year | Math 97, 107, 140, 146 | |

AP Statistics | A or B | 1 year | Math 107, 140, 141, 146 | |

Precalculus | A | 1 year | Math 107, 140, 141, 144, 146 | |

Precalculus | B | 1 year | Math 107, 140, 141, 146 | |

Honors Precalculus, IB Precalculus | A or B | 1 year | Math 151 | |

Honors Precalculus, IB Precalculus | C | 1 year | Math 107, 140, 141, 144, 146 | |

Calculus | A or B | 1 year | Math 148, 151 | |

Honors Calculus, AP Calculus AB, IB Calculus SL | A or B | 1 year | Math 152 | |

Honors Calculus, AP Calculus AB, IB Calculus SL | C | 1 year | Math 148, 151 | |

AP Calculus BC, IB Calculus HL | A or B | 1 year | Math 153 | |

AP Calculus BC, IB Calculus HL | C | 1 year | Math 152 |

Notes:

- Students may opt to register for any math class lower than their placement.
- If the high school course is conducted over two semesters, the lower of the two grades will be used for placement.
- Students who place into Math 152 will not have Math 151 on their college transcript (unless they have earned AP credit). These students should make sure their program of study does not require that they show Math 151 on their transcript.

Edmonds College strives to promote student success in mathematics. Edmonds College is now offering students from the Mukilteo School District placement into math courses based on their last high school math class according to the chart below. Students who cannot be placed by the chart or who do not agree with the placement determined by the chart may be placed by the college’s math placement tests.

If your last two-semester math course was: | and you earned a grade of | and you completed that course within _______ of today’s date | your placement will be | |
---|---|---|---|---|

Algebra 2 | A | 1 year | Math 97 | |

Algebra 2 | B | 1 year | Math 87 | |

Honors Algebra 2 | A or B | 1 year | Math 107, 140, 141, 146 | |

Honors Algebra 2 | C | 1 year | Math 97, 107, 140, 146 | |

Discrete | A or B | 1 year | Math 97 or 107 | |

AP Statistics | A or B | 1 year | Math 107, 140, 141, 146 | |

Honors Precalculus | A or B | 1 year | Math 151 | |

Honors Precalculus | C | 1 year | Math 107, 140, 141, 144, 146 | |

AP Calculus AB | A or B | 1 year | Math 152 | |

AP Calculus AB | C | 1 year | Math 148, 151 | |

AP Calculus BC | A or B | 1 year | Math 153 | |

AP Calculus BC | C | 1 year | Math 152 |

Notes:

- Students may opt to register for any math class lower than their placement.
- If a student feels they have been placed in a math class that is too advanced, they should talk with their instructor or an advisor about changing classes.
- Students who place into Math 152 will not have Math 151 on their college transcript (unless they have earned AP credit). These students should make sure their program of study does not require that they show Math 151 on their transcript.

If you are a student from the Northshore School District please review the information below to see if your most recent math course can be used for placement.

If your last math course was: | and you earned a grade of ___ or better both semesters | And you completed it within ___ of today's date | Your placement is: | |
---|---|---|---|---|

IB Math Studies IBM 120 | C or better | 1 year | MATH 097, 107, 146 | |

IB Math Studies IBM 120 | C or better | 1 year | Math 087 | |

IB Math Studies IBM 120 | B or better | 1 year | MATH 107, 140, 141, 142, 146 | |

IB Math Studies IBM 120 | B or better | 1 year | MATH 097, 107, 140, 141, 146 | |

Algebra 3 MAL240 | C or better | 1 year | MATH 087 | |

Algebra 3 MAL240 |
C or better |
1 year | MATH 087 | |

Algebra 3 MAL240 | B or better | 1 year | MATH 097, 107 | |

Algebra 3 MAL240 | B or better | 1 year | MATH 087 | |

AP Statistics MCA 130 | C or better | 1 year | MATH 087 | |

AP Statistics MCA 130 | C or better | 1 year | MATH 087 | |

AP Statistics MCA 130 | B or better | 1 year | MATH 097, 107, 146 | |

AP Statistics MCA 130 | B or better | 1 year | MATH 087 | |

AP Statistics | A or B | 1 year | Math 107, 140, 141, 146 | |

Pre-Calculus MPC100 MPC210 MPC250 IBM141 | C or better | 1 year | Math 107, 140, 146 | |

Pre-Calculus MPC100 MPC210 MPC250 IBM141 | C or better | 1 year | MATH 097, 107, 146 | |

Pre-Calculus MPC100 MPC210 MPC250 IBM141 | B or better | 1 year | MATH 107, 140, 141, 142, 146, 148, 151 | |

Pre-Calculus MPC100 MPC210 MPC250 IBM141 | B or better | 1 year | MATH 107, 140, 141, 146 | |

AP Calculus I or IB Calculus MCA 110 IBM146 | C or better | 1 year | MATH 107, 140, 141, 142, 146, 148, 151 | |

AP Calculus I or IB Calculus MCA 110 IBM146 | C or better | 1 year | MATH 107, 140, 141, 142, 146 | |

AP Calculus I or IB Calculus MCA 110 IBM146 | B or better | 1 year | MATH 107, 140, 141, 142, 146, 148, 151, 152 | |

AP Calculus I or IB Calculus MCA 110 IBM146 | B or better | 1 year | MATH 107, 140, 141, 142, 146, 148, 151 |

Notes:

- Students may opt to register for any math class lower than their placement.
- If a student feels they have been placed in a math class that is too advanced, they should talk with their instructor or an advisor about changing classes.
- Students who place into Math 152 will not have Math 151 on their college transcript (unless they have earned AP credit). These students should make sure their program of study does not require that they show Math 151 on their transcript.

Edmonds College strives to promote student success in mathematics. Edmonds College is now offering students from the Edmonds School District placement into math courses based on their last high school math class according to the chart below. Students who cannot be placed by the chart or who do not agree with the placement determined by the chart may be placed by the college’s math placement tests.

If your last two-semester math course was: | and you earned a grade of | and you completed that course within _______ of today’s date | your placement will be | |
---|---|---|---|---|

Basic Algebra Algebra 1/2 Integrated 1/2 Integrated 3/4 Geometry Math Mattres 3/4 |
A | 1 year | Math 87 | |

Basic Algebra Algebra 1/2 Integrated 1/2 Integrated 3/4 Geometry Math Mattres 3/4 |
B | 1 year | Math 77, BUS 130 | |

Advanced Algebra Intermediate Algebra Algebra 3/4 Integrated 5/6 Math Matters 3/4 |
A | 1 year | Math 97 | |

Second year Algebra
Advanced Algebra Intermediate Algebra Algebra 3/4 Integrated 5/6 Math Matters 3/4 |
B | 1 year | Math 87 | |

Statistics | A or B | 1 year | Math 97, 107 | |

AP Statistics | A or B | 1 year | Math 107, 140, 146 | |

Precalculus Math Analysis Trigonometry (full year) |
A | 1 year | Math 141, 142, 144 | |

Precalculus Math Analysis Trigonometry (full year) |
B | 1 year | Math 107, 140, 146 | |

Calculus (full year) | A or B | 1 year | Math 148, 151 |

Notes:

- Students may opt to register for any math class lower than their placement.
- If the high school course is conducted over two semesters, the lower of the two grades will be used for placement.

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they register for their first class. **Note: if you are a former student returning after time away from school, check with
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