I had a meeting with my new* VocRehab counselor two weeks ago. They agreed that it would be a good idea for me to get a degree in something and they printed me out a list of the steps to get into the community college that I was interested in. One part is taking the TSI. Due to being stuck forever at mid 2nd grade level in math (part of the test is math and we 100% sure I will fail that portion), I asked her if that meant I'd be placed in a remedial math course even though the degree I want (Associates in Mortuary Science) does not have any math classes listed in the course requirements. She assured me I would not. (Remedial math courses with me are like Sisyphus and his rock, no end in sight, we have tried it multiple times before.) But, I found this on the departments page: Is she right? *The Voc Rehab agency has a high turnover rate and I have been lied to about my ability to go to college before. One councilor told me they could waiver *ALL* math courses, she ended up being fired for, we guess, promising clients too much.