The Boot Camp is a free resource that will help you prepare to take your precalculus (MATH 96, 112, 113, 114) or calculus (MATH 171/217, 221, 222, 234) course.

You will be given a formative assessment that takes between 1.5 and 2 hours. Based on the assessment you will be given learning resources to help you prepare for your course. This boot camp is intended to help you brush up on topics that you are struggling with. You should spend time on the assessment, not use any outside resources, or a calculator. Then, when you finish the assessment take time learning the topics that the assessment identified as weak areas. You will not earn a grade for the boot camp and it is not intended to replace coursework.

**You should complete the Boot Camp no later than the first day of class to be prepared for the semester. **The purpose of the Boot Camp is to help you prepare for the next semester’s math course, *not *for continuous review during the course itself.

Below are instructions on how to access the boot camp, as well as guidance on which module you should consider.

### How to Access

- To access the boot camp, go to https://www.getenrolled.com/
- To access the Precalculus Readiness Boot Camp use the following class key:
**wisc 7605 4952** - To access the Calculus Readiness Boot Camp use the following class key:
**wisc 3418 7940**

### Spring 2023 Boot Camp Timeline

The Boot Camp for Spring 2023 courses is currently available and will be closing shortly after spring classes begin. (End date TBA.)

### Which Module to Consider

**NOTE:** MATH 211 does **not **expect students to have a background in trigonometry. If you are planning on using Boot Camp resources to prepare for the course, you do not need to worry about the trig materials, as that is not expected of you to know before taking the course.

**NOTE:** we strongly suggest that you take **both **the Precalculus **and **Calculus Boot Camp modules if you would like to prepare for any of MATH 211, 217, or 221.

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## I placed into MATH 96, 112, 113, 114, or 171 based on my placement test results and am planning to enroll in one of these courses, but I'd like more review and preparation before moving forward. Which module should I consider?

Consider taking the Precalculus Readiness Boot Camp module.

## I completed my MATH 96, 112, 113, 114, or 171 course and am planning on moving ahead to a subsequent math course, but would like more preparation. Which module should I consider?

Consider taking the Precalculus Readiness Boot Camp module.

## I did not pass my MATH 96, 112, 113, 114, or 171 course and plan to retake the course, but would like more preparation before doing so. Which module should I consider?

Consider taking the Precalculus Readiness Boot Camp module.

**Note for students who completed MATH 171:**MATH 171 is only offered in the fall, so if you wish to take a different math course before moving forward and have questions, please reach out to placement@math.wisc.edu to discuss options. More info on precalculus/MATH 221 vs. MATH 171/217 sequencing can be found here.)

## I placed into MATH 211 or 221 based on my placement test results and am planning to enroll in one of these courses, but I'd like more review and preparation before moving forward. Which module should I consider?

Consider taking the Precalculus *and *Calculus Readiness Boot Camp modules.

## I completed my MATH 211, 217, 221, 222, or 234 course and am planning on moving ahead to a subsequent math course, but would like more preparation. Which module should I consider?

Consider taking the Calculus Readiness Boot Camp module.

## I did not pass my MATH 211, 217, 221, 222, or 234 course and plan to retake the course, but would like more preparation before doing so. Which module should I consider?

Consider taking the Calculus Readiness Boot Camp module.

**NOTE:** MATH 211 does **not **expect students to have a background in trigonometry. If you are planning on using Boot Camp resources to prepare for the course, you do not need to worry about the trig materials, as that is not expected of you to know before taking the course.

**NOTE:** we strongly suggest that you take **both **the Precalculus **and **Calculus Boot Camp modules if you would like to prepare for any of MATH 211, 217, or 221.

**Note for students who completed MATH 217:**MATH 217 is only offered in the spring, so if you wish to take a different math course before moving forward and have questions, please reach out to placement@math.wisc.edu to discuss options. More info on precalculus/MATH 221 vs. MATH 171/217 sequencing can be found here.)