Readiness Quizzes
Most university study requires Maths skills  although different courses require different knowledge. You won't be taught the basics as part of your undergraduate degree, so it is essential that you have the right skills for your course before you start your study.
Use the links below to access quizzes that will check your skills. The quizzes will help you to be sure you enrol in the right Maths paper for your skill level.
Note: After clicking the Go to Quiz page link, click on the Readiness Quizzes link and then navigate to the relevant subject area.





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Basic University Maths skills

You'll encounter maths along the way; this quiz will give you a good idea of core knowledge you are expected to have.

Do this quiz if you want to check your basic maths knowledge.

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Business General Maths

Even if you're not majoring in a maths based subject (e.g. Accounting, Finance), there will be quite a bit of maths as part of your degree.

Do this quiz if you are enrolling in a BBus or BAcc.
Example papers that require this level:
 161101 Statistics for Business

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Sciences: General Maths

Even if you're majoring in a general area you'll need a good understanding of maths, including algebra, for a number of your papers. 16 credits in NCEA level 2 Maths are recommended.

Do this quiz if you're enrolling in a BSc or another degree that includes Maths.
Example papers that require this level:
 160104 Introductory Mathematics for Science
 160105 Methods of Mathematics
 162101 Cell Biology

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Sciences: Advanced Maths

If you are studying a degree with a significant mathematical component you are expected to have 16 credits in NCEA level 3 Maths with Calculus, or the equivalent.

Do this quiz if you are studying Maths, Chemistry, Physics, Biology, or Engineering.
Example papers that require this level:
 123103 Chemistry for Modern Science
 124104 Physics 1A
 160101 Calculus
 160102 Algebra

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We have provided links to online Maths help on the MathsFirst website, should you need it.
Online Maths help
