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Language, Math Advanced Placement Exams

Louisiana State University Eunice announced the dates for advanced standing examination in French, Spanish and mathematics for high school seniors.

The advanced placement exam for mathematics will be August 17, 2011, at 10 a.m. for Math 1021 or Math 1023 and 2 p.m. for Math 1022. Both exams will be given in room 201 of the Science Building on the LSU Eunice campus.

Advanced standing examinations in Math 1021 are administered to students having a minimum composite of 28 or greater and a math subscore of 19 or greater on their ACT. To take the exam to test out of Math 1021 or Math 1023, students must have an ACT composite of 28 or greater and a math subscore of 23-24. Students having an ACT composite of 28 or greater and a math subscore of 25 or greater will receive credit for Math 1021 and may take the exam to test out of 1022 or 1023. Degree credit will not be given for both Math 1021 and Math 1023.

The advanced placement exam for French and Spanish will be at 1 p.m. on January 12, in room 147 of Manuel Hall. Students with high school credit in a foreign language may schedule an advanced placement examination in the language.

Students taking advanced placement examinations must have ACT scores on file at LSU Eunice.

For more information or to register for an advanced placement examination, please contact the LSU Eunice Registrar's Office at 337-550-1302.