# Ch 11: HSPT Test: Using Percents

You will need to know how to solve problems involving percents when completing the mathematics section of the High School Placement Test (HSPT). This chapter's video lessons can help you to accomplish this educational goal.

## HSPT Test: Using Percents - Chapter Summary

The online video lessons in this chapter include shortcuts and step-by-step techniques for working with percents. You'll find lessons that explain how to make conversions between percents, fractions and decimals. Before taking the HSPT test, you can also practice solving problems with percents. Once studied, this chapter can help you to:

• Define a percent and give examples
• Convert from percent notation to fraction and decimal notation
• Change between decimals and percents
• Convert a decimal to a fraction and a percent
• Change fractions to percents
• Solve problems using percents
• Solve word problems that use percents
• Detail the calculation for percentage increase and decrease

Get the necessary tools for correctly answering the percentage questions on the HSPT Test as you prepare to enter a Catholic high school. This educational resource includes 24/7 unlimited access to online video lessons that are entirely self-paced. The lessons can be navigated easily with video tags that are found under the timeline link. Text transcripts and multiple-choice quizzes are also available to help you conquer the fundamentals of percentages.

9 Lessons in Chapter 11: HSPT Test: Using Percents
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