CLEP College Algebra Practice Test
When was the last time you took an Algebra course? The answer for many people would be back during their first year of high school, or perhaps even during middle school. It may come as a surprise to learn you’ll have to take a College Algebra course now that you’ve moved on to higher education. In fact, you may not want to enroll in the class at all!
If you’re in this situation, know that you have options. Your school and the College Board alike both understand you shouldn’t have to take any courses you don’t want to take. That’s why your biggest means of getting out of many first-year college courses comes in the form of the CLEP. Devised by the College Board, the CLEP College Algebra exam (and others like it) serve as a replacement for class time, granting you the college credits you need and allowing you to instead devote that slot in your schedule to a course you really want to take.
If it’s been a while since you’ve studied Algebra, you may want to brush up on your skills so you can earn the highest score you can. Our team at Mometrix Test Preparation is here to help with our CLEP College Algebra practice test. We have composed this resource with accuracy in mind, so you can familiarize yourself with the contents of the real CLEP College Algebra exam and get to know your strengths and weaknesses well before exam day. The practice test features 60 CLEP College Algebra practice questions pertaining to subjects like Number Systems and Operations (20 percent); Algebraic Operations (25 percent); Functions and Their Properties (30 percent); and Equations and Inequalities (25 percent).
This exam pairs well with our CLEP College Algebra study guide, but can also be used standalone. No matter how you decide to use this CLEP College Algebra practice test, we hope it will help create a more thorough study experience for you as you prepare for this important exam. Good luck!
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Last Updated: 12/14/2017