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Course SummaryLet us help you prepare for the ASSET Elementary Algebra test with the engaging lessons in this study guide. Either before or after reviewing the video and text lessons, take the multiple-choice quizzes to assess your understanding and see how well you'd do on exam day.
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About this Course
If you plan on using the ASSET Student Success System to aid in your post-secondary education planning, this study guide provides you with a way review the material that you may encounter on the ASSET Elementary Algebra test. It is composed of a series of lesson videos that will help you refresh your understanding of pre-algebra, elementary algebra and intermediate algebra. In this comprehensive review of the subjects presented on this exam, you will have a chance to study:
- The components of algebraic expressions and properties of algebra
- Steps involved in solving quadratic equations
- How to evaluate, graph and complete math operations with polynomials
- Processes of factoring in algebra
- The concept of integers and how to complete math operations with integers
- Properties of exponents, scientific notation, and how to solve problems with exponents
- How to complete problems with rational expressions
- Solving and graphing linear equations
About the Exam
The ASSET Elementary Algebra test is one of the multiple tests you may be asked to complete as part of the ASSET Student Success System. The purpose of this test is to measure your skills solving algebraic problems at the pre-algebra, elementary and intermediate levels, in order to provide useful information about your current abilities for curriculum placement decisions. The exam is a paper-and-pencil test that asks 25 questions in 25 minutes. It is often given as part of success seminars, such as the ASSET Success Seminars, or college orientations.
Preparing & Registering for the ASSET Elementary Algebra Test
If you wish to review some of the material you may find on the ASSET Elementary Algebra test, complete the chapters in this course. In these chapters, you will watch lesson videos that explain the topics you may find on the ASSET Elementary Algebra test. Afterwards, reinforce your retention of information presented in the videos by reading written overviews of the lessons. You will also have the opportunity to test your understanding of those topics with lessons quizzes and practice chapter exams found in these chapters.
If you are taking part in a success seminar or college orientation program that uses the ASSET tests, they will register you for the specific ASSET tests they will want you to take. If a program that you are applying to wants you to take an ASSET test before you enroll, speak with an adviser or counselor for more information about what tests you need to register for and how to go about it.
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