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All incoming freshmen admitted to the College of Engineering — regardless of AP credit, dual credit or any other credit you may have — must take the Math Placement Exam 4 (MPE4) in an online, proctored setting via Zoom prior to your New Student Conference. If you require testing accommodations, you must submit an accommodations request two weeks prior to your scheduled testing date.

Registration information for Fall 2021 admits will be posted in March 2021.

Scores earned on the online proctored exam (offered by the College of Engineering and College of Science) are used to place students in the appropriate level math course (see course placement table below). To register for MATH 151 Engineering Mathematics I, the first required engineering math course, a student must earn an MPE4 score of 22 or greater. Students enrolled in Texas A&M Engineering at Blinn will take equivalent math courses through Blinn College.

Math Course Placement Exam 1 Score Requirements for Texas A&M and Blinn College
MPE4 Score Math Course placement at Texas A&M University Math Course placement at Blinn College
22-33 MATH 151 - Engineering Mathematics I MATH 2413 Calculus I
0-21 MATH 150 - Functions, Trigonometry and Linear Systems MATH 2412 - Precalculus