The General Math Assessment (GMA) is a tool used to measure your math skills. You may have to complete the GMA to prove that you meet the prerequisite math requirements for certain courses, but you must complete the GMA (or have an approved equivalent) before you register in MATH 1103 Hospitality Mathematics.
The GMA takes at least 30 minutes to complete and consists of a multiple-choice math test done on the computer. (To prepare for the GMA, visit the Assessment Centre web page.) Your assessment results will direct you to the math course that is most suitable for you.
You must book your assessment appointment by calling the George Brown College Contact Centre at 416-415-2000. You will need your student ID number to book an appointment. You will complete your assessment at an on-campus Assessment Centre. The location of your assessment will be provided to you when you book your appointment through the Contact Centre.
If you have a physical, emotional or learning disability, you may request special accommodation for your assessment.
You must bring a piece of government-issued photo identification (for example, a driver’s licence), a pen, a pencil and the $65 GMA assessment fee to your assessment. The assessment fee is payable by cash, certified cheque, Visa Credit, MasterCard, debit or money order. (Note: Personal cheques are not accepted.)
You will get your results immediately. As soon as you complete your assessment, you will meet with an assessment advisor to discuss your math course placement. The advisor will give you a letter indicating the math course in which you are permitted to enrol. You must pass that course before registering in the next level. (In peak periods, personal interviews may not be possible; results would then be mailed.) Provide a copy of your assessment results when you register for your course, and bring a copy to the first class.
For more information, visit the Assessment Centre web page.