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## Main Question or Discussion Point

I took the TSI in January this year. I scored ok in the English part, and I'm confused on the math part. Here is my math score from the TSI paper:

Enroll in Math 1314, College Algebra. You also qualify for Math 1324, 1332, 1342.

I'm trying to become a mechanical engineer and my college's Program Plan requires me to take Calculus I. The TSI says I should Enroll in Math 1314 but I want to go into Calculus I as soon as I start my fall college courses. Would it be a good idea for me to skip Math 1314 and go straight into Calculus I?

Note: I didn't study for the TSI, nor did I know I had to take it until a counselor at my high school asked me if I wanted to sign up for the TSI.

Edit:

Just enrolled in a Math 1314 class for the summer. Now I'm wondering if I could skip Pre-calculus.

**TSI Mathematic Placement: 350****MATH 1314, 1324, 1332, 1342**Enroll in Math 1314, College Algebra. You also qualify for Math 1324, 1332, 1342.

I'm trying to become a mechanical engineer and my college's Program Plan requires me to take Calculus I. The TSI says I should Enroll in Math 1314 but I want to go into Calculus I as soon as I start my fall college courses. Would it be a good idea for me to skip Math 1314 and go straight into Calculus I?

Note: I didn't study for the TSI, nor did I know I had to take it until a counselor at my high school asked me if I wanted to sign up for the TSI.

Edit:

Just enrolled in a Math 1314 class for the summer. Now I'm wondering if I could skip Pre-calculus.

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