Information for

Math Readiness Assessment

The Math Readiness Assessment can be done from a home computer with an internet connection. The assessment has a 90 minute limit for completion.

There are practice questions available within Maple T.A. that will help you prepare.

Maple T.A.

The Math Readiness Assessment is delivered by the online assessment system Maple T.A. You do not need to have Maple installed to use this system.

Login Instructions

Maple T.A. is accessed via our online learning system "Learn".

Your login name: use your Quest userid.

Your login password: use your Quest password.

If your login is successful you will see a link "2016 Incoming Engineering Students Community Group". Click on it. On the Home Page of that course  is a link to Maple T.A. (top left-hand corner).


If you have any questions or experience technical or account problems, please contact the Instructional Support Group. Please include your full name, username, and student ID number.

Extra assistance available

The Centre for Education in Mathematics and Computing (CEMC) has prepared some outstanding online courseware that covers the equivalent of Ontario's Grade 12 Advanced Functions and Calculus and Vectors courses. The course ware provides complete lessons, worksheets that you can experiment with, hundreds of automated self-assessment exercises and thousands of written exercises, many with complete solutions. The courses are divided into units and the search tool makes it easy to find what you are looking for.

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