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Bachelor of Commerce - Math assessment information

Welcome to the Bachelor of commerce Program

To help get you ready for September, we have arranged for you to take a Math Assessment.

What is it?

The online Math Assessment is designed to assess your knowledge of crucial math topics that you will need to succeed in your Commerce program.

Why do I have to take it?

The results of the Math Assessment will help you and your academic advisor determine the support you need to be successful in your BUSI 1915U - Business Math course.

Will the results affect my admissions offer?

Your performance on the Math Assessment will not affect your admission to the university or the courses you have to take in the Bachelor of Commerce program.

Accessing the Math Assessment

  1. Access the test through the Vretta website.
  2. To log in, enter your Student Number and your password is your date of birth using the MMDDYYYY format.
  3. Carefully read the instructions on the page before starting the assessment. When you are ready to take the assessment, click Start the Assessment.
  4. You don’t have to start the test immediately. You can return to the start page at a later time by logging in again. However, once you begin the assessment, you must complete it in the allowed time.
  5. If you have any problems accessing the test or technical difficulties while taking it, call 416.522.9228 for support. Support is available seven days a week from 9 a.m. to midnight.
  • Important deadlines and getting ready to take the math assessment

    The Math Assessment is available from the time you received the original email until July 20, 2018 at 9 p.m. Eastern Daylight Time. You must complete the test by the July 20 deadline.

    If you would like to review some material before you take the test, visit the Nool website for useful resources.

    If you currently have an IEP, IPRC, or use academic accommodations, please contact Student Accessibility Services ( or 905.721.3266) as early as possible prior to taking the Math Assessment.

  • Important information about the math assessment
    • The Math Assessment is an online, 90-minute multiple choice test.
    • The test has 72 questions.
    • You must complete the test in one sitting (you can’t take breaks) and it must be done on your own.
    • You can only take the test once.
    • You must only use paper and a pencil.
    • Do not use a calculator.
  • What happens after I complete the math assessment?

    Once you have taken the Math Assessment, your academic advisor will contact you with additional information.