The Mathematics Department offers exams to students who want to earn credit for MATH 221, MATH 222, and/or MATH 234. The exams are offered the first week of the fall and spring semester.
These exams are intended primarily for freshmen who have taken substantial calculus courses in high school, or for transfer students who did not get transfer credits for a calculus course taken at another institution, and who desire to establish college credits for MATH 221, MATH 222, or/and MATH 234. It is open to undergraduate students only.
Students who have been, or will be granted calculus credit by other means—such as through AP exams, transfer credit, etc.—do not need to take these exams.
Students may not take a credit exam for a specific course more than once. If multiple dates are offered for a particular exam, you may only take the exam on ONE of the dates.
Students may not attempt a credit exam for any course they are enrolled in--or were previously enrolled in--at UW-Madison beyond the add deadline. For example: if you are currently enrolled in MATH 221 for Fall 2020, you are still eligible to take the MATH 221 credit exam for Fall 2020, provided you were not enrolled in the course in a previous semester past that semester's add deadline.
The use of calculators or notecards is not permitted on the exams. You will NOT be provided with a formula sheet during the exam.
For more policies and restrictions, please refer to the following document: https://kb.wisc.edu/page.php?id=49600