ASSET Numerical Skills Test: Practice & Study Guide
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Course Summary
As you prepare to take the ASSET Numerical Skills test, let us help you get ready with this engaging study guide. Our video and text lessons cover all the topics you'll find on the exam, and our short quizzes help you see how you'd do on test day and where you need to focus your study.to start this course today
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Check your knowledge of this course with a 50question practice test. Comprehensive test covering all topics
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About This Course
The course contains a lot of helpful information that is going to get you ready quickly for the ASSET Numerical Skills test. Using all of the chapters and lessons in this course, you can strengthen your knowledge of mathrelated concepts. Our study guide contains a lot of resources that will help you expand on your knowledge of:
 The process of working with decimals, percents, ratios and proportions
 Word problems and inequalities
 Finding the square root
 Whole numbers and math formulas
 Dealing with fractions and operations
 Factoring composite and prime numbers
 Absolute value definition and solving absolute value equations
 Definition and examples of scientific notation
 Solving mixed number problems
 Parentheses rules and examples
About the Exam
The ASSET Numerical Skills test is a 32item exam that covers two subject areas which include arithmetic and prealgebra. The entire exam lasts around 25 minutes. It is designed to gauge your understanding of numerical skills as well as your ability to perform operations with decimals, fractions and whole numbers, just to name a few.
ASSET Numerical Skills Test Preparation & Registration
Thanks to this interactive study guide, you can examine topics that are going to be addressed on the ASSET Numerical Skills exam. Video lessons make learning engaging, so you can readily retain the mathrelated information that you pick up. Some of the important topics that you will examine in depth include using decimals, basic math operations and absolute value. You will also have the chance to learn how prime and composite numbers are factored and to understand components of different math formulas.
You have three options when it comes to getting your scores. These include selfscore answer documents, microcomputer database system or machinescore answer documents. The exam is given in standard paperandpencil format, and you can register by going online. Immediate score reports are available to you. Nearly 400 community and technical colleges use the ASSET.
ASSET Numerical Skills Test Scoring
The test results from the ASSET Numerical Skills test will show up based upon the option you selected when you first registered. Only correct answers will count toward your score. For the numerical skills portion of the exam, you must score above 34 in order to exhibit a high level of mathematical abilities.
Arithmetic
Number of questions: 25
Exam topics covered: Reviewing math formulas, calculating taxes, basic math operations, dealing with word problems and using percents
What you'll study: This engaging study guide will help you master topics such as identifying the steps used to solve word problems, understanding arithmetic and whole numbers, converting percent notation to fraction notation and evaluating different types of math formulas.
PreAlgebra
Number of questions: 7
Exam topics covered: Absolute value, working with decimals, prime and composite numbers, solving square roots and understanding fractions
What you'll study: Use this study guide to review the process of solving absolute value equations, ordering and comparing decimals, finding the square root of a number, simplifying square roots, calculating the square root of perfect squares and identifying prime and composite numbers.
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