Students are required to take either the GRE Math Subject Test or the Major Field Test in Mathematics (MFT) the last semester before they graduate. If students have taken the GRE subject test, they do not need to take the MFT but should provide the university with evidence of having taken the subject test and the score received.
The MFT is an ETS (Educational Testing Service) standardized assessment test of undergraduate mathematics. Interested students may go to the ETS Major Field Test website at http://www.ets.org/mft/about/content/mathematics for a test description and sample problems. If this link doesn’t work, try https://www.ets.org/mft/about/test-content.html#accordion-635e2f095b-item-2bc2ca81b4. Scroll down to the STEM area and select Mathematics.
The MFT is a multiple-choice exam consisting of two parts, each one hour long and timed separately. Between the two parts of the exam, you may leave to get a drink or use the bathroom and may resume the second part of the exam when you return.
For those graduating in April, the next MFT will be given on Saturday, April 8 at 10:00 AM in 149 TMCB. If you are interested in taking the exam, or if you require additional information, please contact Lonette Stoddard at 801-422-2062 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
This test does not appear on your transcript or affect your GPA. A passing score is not required.
For those graduating in June, August, or December, please contact Lonette Stoddard for more information.