Important Information for General Chem I Prerequisite
A satisfactory score on the Mathematics Readiness Test OR completion of MATH 100 (Intermediate Algebra) with a grade of C- or better. Get more information about the Mathematics Readiness teston the CADA website. All arrangements for the Mathematics Readiness test are made through the Department of Mathematical Sciences.
Continuing Students, Visiting Students and Transfer Students must provide documentation to the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry of completion of this prerequisite before being allowed to register in CHEM 120.
A satisfactory score on the Chemistry Readiness Test OR completion of CHEM 106 (Principles of Chemistry) with a grade of C- or better. Visit Chemistry Readiness Test for full details.
Continuing Students, Visiting Students and Transfer Students can make arrangements through the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry to take the Readiness Test. The Chemistry Readiness Test will be given in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry only during the following times:
- Monday's - 9am - 1pm
- Tuesday’s - 10am - 2pm
Please contact Dr. M. L. Kasner (973-655-7121 or firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information or to be placed on the calendar for the Test. Students who have taken CHEM120 in the past and failed the course, must take the Readiness test before re-enrolling. Students who earned a grade of D in CHEM120 can retake the course without taking the Readiness Test.
All Readiness Testing for incoming freshman students is handled by the Center for Academic Development and Assessment (CADA).
For general information concerning Chemistry classes or admission to the Chemistry program, all students should contact one of the following: