Core Learning Outcome
ComputationComputation Proficiency is the ability to perform mathematical computations found in life situations.
NOTE: In 2012, the College began a major revision of the Computer Literacy learning outcome (see below).
Upon graduation, North Central State College students will be able to:
The Computation Assessment test is a twenty-five question multiple choice test developed by the Math Department in collaboration with the Physics Department. The threshold for success, set by the Assessment Committee based on the 2009 and 2010 pilot test results, is that 80% of those taking the test will receive a score of 160 points or higher (out of 250 points). The final version of the test was administered to volunteer academic departments during Spring Quarter 2011. A complete report of scores by department is available by e-mailing the Math Department Chair.
Last Update: April 17, 2012