Bryn Mawr Computer Science Placement Questionnaire
Students have a choice of three different possible courses to enroll in to begin their computer science study at Bryn Mawr: CS 110, CS 113, and CS 206.
- CS 110: This is an introductory course appropriate for students with no, or some, experience in computer programming and computer science.
- CS 113: This is also an introductory course appropriate for students with no, or some, experience in computer programming and computer science. This course differs from CS 110 in its expectation of sufficient mathematical maturity, as demonstrated by one of the placement criteria below.
- CS 206: This is a second-semester course in computer science, appropriate for those students already with significant experience.

If you have not taken a computer science course at Bryn Mawr or Haverford and wish to enroll in either CS 113 or CS 206, please answer this questionnaire. Afterward, you may contact the instructor for CS 113 or CS 206 to ask about a permission number to enroll.

Given name:
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Surname:
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What is your College email address?
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What year are you?
Students wishing to take CS 113 should be able to check one of these boxes or take a placement test. Check all the following statements that are true:
Required
If you checked the box for 200-level science course(s), which course(s)?
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If you wish to enroll in CS 113 but could not check any box above, would you like to take a placement test? Choose "Other", below, if you believe you have evidence of your mathematical maturity not captured above (for example, a high school computer science course that does not lead to a standardized exam), and describe that evidence.
If you wish to jump straight to CS 206, describe your computer science background. Include information about the most significant programming project you have completed and what language(s) you have worked in.
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Is there anything else about your background that will be helpful in choosing the correct placement for you?
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