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Course SummaryThe lessons in this course can help you review basic algebra concepts in preparation for taking the Accuplacer Math: Quantitative Reasoning, Algebra & Statistics Placement Test. The interactive quizzes also allow you to practice answering questions like those found on the exam.
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About This Course
This course includes a variety of lessons and prep materials to help you prepare for the Next-Generation Accuplacer Math: Quantitative Reasoning, Algebra & Statistics Placement Test. The lessons each cover a topic that may appear on the test, and they present them using fun illustrations and examples. You can use them to brush up on the process of evaluating algebraic formulas, simplifying algebraic fractions and translating story problems into algebraic expressions. These ideas are also reinforced through multiple-choice quizzes and chapter tests. Each lesson not only covers the concepts you'll need to know for this placement test, but also offers quizzes and tests in a way that's similar to the test.
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Syllabus & Course Information
As a comprehensive resource, this course contains lessons on all of the subjects you'll be asked about when you sit for the Accuplacer Math: Quantitative Reasoning, Algebra & Statistics Placement Test. Get prepared by studying algebraic word problems, rational roots and absolute value, among other subjects. Once you complete this study guide, you should be ready to do the following:
- Perform basic arithmetic
- Recognize negative numbers
- Solve and graph rational numbers
- Outline operations with monomials and polynomials
- Simplify algebraic fractions
- Answer algebraic word problems
- Discuss fundamental algebraic expressions
- Factor in algebra
- Write and solve multi-step equations
- Solve and graph linear equations
- Give an overview of inequalities
Here you'll find 234 helpful lessons grouped into 26 chapters you can access 24/7 on a mobile device or computer. Along with each lesson and chapter are self-assessment quizzes and tests to help you check your progress and readiness for exam day.
Accuplacer Math: Quantitative Reasoning, Algebra & Statistics Placement Test Exam Information
The Accuplacer tests were developed by College Board and are used by colleges to determine your skill levels in math, reading and writing; ESL tests are also available. The results of these tests may be used by the schools to place you in appropriate college-level courses. The Accuplacer Math: Quantitative Reasoning, Algebra & Statistics Placement Test is broken down into 10 content areas addressing such concepts as rational numbers, ratios, linear equations, algebraic expressions and geometry concepts.
- Number of Questions: 20
- Question Type: Multiple-choice
- Time Limit: Untimed
Accuplacer Math: Quantitative Reasoning, Algebra & Statistics Placement Test Exam Breakdown
|Accuplacer Math: Quantitative Reasoning, Algebra & StatisticsPlacement Test Concept||Percent of Accuplacer Math: Quantitative Reasoning, Algebra & Statistics Placement Test Exam||Approximate Number of Questions||Chapter Lessons|
|Rational Numbers||5-15%||1-3 questions||42|
|Ratio and Proportional Relationships||15-20%||3-4 questions||8|
|Algebraic Expressions||10-15%||2-3 questions||34|
|Linear Equations||10-20%||2-4 questions||43|
|Linear Applications and Graphs||10-20%||2-4 questions||10|
|Probability and Sets||5-15%||1-3 questions||8|
|Descriptive Statistics||5-15%||1-3 questions||7|
|Geometry Concepts for Pre-Algebra||5-10%||1-2 questions||7|
|Geometry Concepts for Algebra I||5-10%||1-2 questions||12|
Accuplacer Math: Quantitative Reasoning, Algebra & Statistics Placement Test Preparation and Registration
Each school administers their own Accuplacer tests and sets their own registration requirements. Some schools may require you to register beforehand, either online or in person, while other schools allow you just to show up. You'll need to bring a photo ID; calculators, scratch paper and pencils are provided. This test is only given on computers.
This prep course can help you get ready for the Accuplacer Math: Quantitative Reasoning, Algebra & Statistics Placement Test. There arevideo lessons for all of the main subject areas that you can watch at your own pace. Each video also has a short multiple-choice quiz that you can use to test your understanding of the topics. Lesson transcripts that highlight key terms and chapter tests are also available.
Accuplacer Math: Quantitative Reasoning, Algebra & Statistics Placement Test Scoring and Score Reports
There is not a passing score for the Accuplacer Math: Quantitative Reasoning, Algebra & Statistics Placement Test since the results are only used to help determine your current skill level in this subject. You receive the results of the test as soon as you are done. The results include the number of questions you got correct and percentile rank.
This test consists of 20 multiple-choice questions, and each answer determines the difficulty level of the next question. There is no time limit, so you can take your time when selecting each answer. The questions on this test focus on your ability to use elementary algebraic concepts to solve problems. The lessons in this course are designed to help you prepare for this test by reviewing key concepts that may appear, such as the use of absolute values, working with polynomials, valuation of rational roots and solving multi-step equations.
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