Pennsylvania Algebra I Keystone Exam: Test Prep & Practice
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 Available Lessons: 115
 Average Lesson Length: 8 min

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Course Summary
Entertaining lessons in this engaging course can help you study for and excel on the Pennsylvania Algebra I Keystone exam. Multiplechoice quizzes, practice exams and other resources are available to improve your algebra knowledge and enhance your preparations for the exam.to start this course today
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About This Course
This selfpaced course serves as a fantastic resource for individuals who want to strengthen their ability to pass the Pennsylvania Algebra I Keystone exam. Fun lessons closely examine a variety of algebra topics you could see on the test, including scatter plots, polynomials, basic statistics and expressions. Short quizzes are available to assess your comprehension of those lessons, while practice exams can test your knowledge of entire chapters. Taking advantage of these study resources can improve your knowledge of topics that include:
 Real numbers, rational numbers and irrational numbers
 Exponential, radical and absolute value expressions
 Math problemsolving and estimation
 Solving problems with polynomials and systems of equations
 Writing, graphing and solving linear equations
 Graphing and solving linear inequalities
 Understanding functions and scatter plots
 Basic statistics and the probability of compound events
 How to interpret and graph data
About the Exam
The Pennsylvania Algebra I Keystone exam is used to test students' algebra proficiency and serves as one component of Pennsylvania's high school graduation requirements. The test is broken into two modules that cover operations, linear equations and inequalities, linear functions and data organization. Each module consists of 18 multiplechoice and 3 constructedresponse items and is worth 30 total points or 50% of the total score. The test is typically offered in December, January, May and late July.
Pennsylvania Algebra I Keystone Exam Preparation & Registration
Review any lessons in this course that can boost your knowledge of algebra topics you need to understand most. Ensure you comprehend frontend estimation, set notation, simple linear regression, quantitative data and much more. When ready, find out how much you understand about these topics by taking short lesson quizzes, practice chapter exams and a final course exam. All resources in this course are available 24/7 and can be viewed using any computer or mobile device.
To ensure students are able to take the test during the designated testing period and know what to expect on the day of the exam, be sure to contact school officials or district administrators for more information.
Pennsylvania Keystone Exams is a registered trademark of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, which is not affiliated with Study.com.
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