ALEKS Math Placement – Place Into The Math Class You Want!

ALEKS Math Placement – Place Into The Math Class You Want!

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Do you want to place into the highest possible math level at your college?  As a motivated and excited student, I know you answered yes to this question!  By placing into the highest possible math class at your college you will save yourself precious time and money– so it’s a worthy goal to work hard and do the best you can on the ALEKS Math Placement Assessment!


However, the only way to do great on the ALEKS is to truly know and understand all the key concepts and skills taught in high school level math, courses like Algebra 1, Geometry, Algebra 2 and Pre-Calculus. Ask yourself, “do I really remember everything from all my math classes in high school?” if not, don’t worry as there is a great way to relearn and sharpen all your high school math skills!


But, before we go over the Best Way To Prepare for the ALEKS exam – how much do you know about the actual ALEKS Placement Test?


ALEKS Math Placement Assessment – What You Should Know


ALEKS Math Placement – What Is ALEKS and Why Is It So Important?

Many colleges in the US require incoming students to take the ALEKS math placement assessment to determine readiness for various courses. The ALEKS Placement Assessment covers material from Basic Math through Precalculus – the exam will take approximately 90 minutes to complete. After the assessment, ALEKS prepares a targeted Prep and Learning Module that allows you to review and learn material- this will help you improve your placement.


ALEKS – The Goal Is To Determine How Much Math You Currently Know

ALEKS is an “assessment,” not a test – there is not a pass or fail after you take the ALEKS assessment. ALEKS is designed to determine your current math knowledge and skill so your college can best place you into a math class that is right for your current math abilities. At the end of the ALEKS Placement Assessment, you will have a much better sense of your strengths and weaknesses in math. You will then have a chance to work on those weaknesses. There is no penalty for incorrectly answering a question on the assessment- remember, the main idea for the taking the ALEKS is to measure your current level of math knowledge and skills.


Can I Retake The ALEKS Placement Assessment?

Yes, check with your college but you should be able to take the ALEKS more than once as you work on improving your math skills. Also, it is important that you spend time working in your ALEKS Prep and Learning Module in between placement assessments. Also, you may need to find outside support that can help you learn math as well…more on this below.


How Long Will A Placement Assessment Take To Complete?

ALEKS placement assessments require approximately 90 minutes to complete, but the amount of time will vary by student. There will be a maximum of 30 questions.


Can I Use A Calculator On The ALEKS?

ALEKS will provide an on-screen calculator if you need one to complete a particular problem. Otherwise, you may not use a calculator.


What Do My ALEKS Placement Results Mean?

Your placement result is your percentage mastery on the best ALEKS assessment you earned. Your college will use that information to determine your math course placement.

What’s The Best And Most Efficient Way To Learn Math Before Taking The ALEKS?

The answer is simple: the best way to learn math is to learn directly from an experienced math teacher that can explain math in a way you like and understand! No one can teach you math better than an actual math teacher as teaching math every day is their profession!  Of course, it’s almost impossible to find a good math teacher that will sit down and re-teach you everything you learned (or did not learn) in high school math one-on-one…..but fortunately, there is a something that’s just as good!


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TabletClass Math was developed by Master Math Teacher, John Zimmerman…not only does he love teaching math, he knows how to make it clear and understandable so his students get the instruction! John teaches you exactly what you need to learn to fully comprehend math concepts and shares common mistakes to avoid. You’ll have a real teacher making complex topics simple to understand with full control of the pace in your hands.


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TabletClass Math ALEKS Math Placement Prep Course Covers:

Chapter 1: Basic Algebra (Review)

1.1 Adding Real Numbers

1.2 Subtracting Real Numbers

1.3 Multiplying and Dividing Real Numbers

1.4 Distributive Property

1.5 Simplifying by Combining Like Terms

1.6 One Step Equations

1.7 Solving Two Step Equations

1.8 Solving Multi-Step Equations

1.9 Formulas and Literal Equations

1.10 Linear Inequalities

1.11 Compound Inequalities

1.12 Introduction to Absolute Value

1.13 Solving Absolute Value Equations

1.14 Absolute Value Inequalities

1.15 Graphing Absolute Value Equations

Extra Practice – 4 Worksheet Files (Scroll Down To See All)

Chapter Review Notes – 4 Note Files (Scroll Down To See All)

Chapter Quiz 1-1

Chapter Quiz 1-2

Chapter Quiz 1-3

Chapter Quiz 1-4

Quiz Key 1-1

Quiz Key 1-2

Quiz Key 1-3

Quiz Key 1-4

Chapter 2: Graphing and Writing Linear Equations

2.1 Graphing Lines with One Variable

2.2 Graphing Lines with Two Variables

2.3 The Slope of a Line

2.4 Slope Intercept Method

2.5 XY Intercept Method

2.6 Writing the Equations of Lines -Using Slope-Intercept Form

2.7 Writing the Equations of Lines -Using Point-Slope intercept

2.8 Writing the Equations of Lines -Given the Slope and a Point

2.9 Writing the Equations of Lines -Given Two Points

2.10 Standard Form of Linear Equations

2.11 Best Fitting Lines and Scatter Plots

2.12 Linear Models/Word Problems

2.13 Graphing Linear Inequalities in Two Variables

Extra Practice – 2 Worksheet Files (Scroll Down To See All)

Chapter Review Notes – 2 Note Files (Scroll Down To See All)

Chapter Quiz 2-1

Chapter Quiz 2-2

Quiz Key 2-1

Quiz Key 2-2

Chapter 3: Systems

3.1 Solving Systems by Graphing

3.2 Solving Systems Substitution Method

3.3 Solving Systems by Elimination/Linear Combination

3.4 Solving Linear System Word Problems

3.5 Special Linear Systems

3.6 Solving Systems of Linear Inequalities

3.7 Linear Programming

Extra Practice

Chapter Review Notes

Chapter 3 Quiz

Quiz Key 3

Chapter 4: Matrices and Determinants

4.1 Introduction to Matrices

4.2 Matrix Operations

4.3 Matrix Multiplication

4.4 Determinants

4.5 Identity and Inverse Matrices

4.6 Solving Systems using Inverse Matrices

4.7 Solving Systems using Cramer’s Rule

Extra Practice

Chapter Review Notes

Chapter 4 Quiz

Quiz Key 4

Chapter 5: Quadratic Equations and Complex Numbers

5.1 Introduction to Quadratic Equations

5.2 Solving Quadratic Equations by Square Roots

5.3 Graphing Quadratic Equations

5.4 The Quadratic Formula

5.5 Solving Quadratic Equations by Factoring

5.6 The Discriminant – Types of Roots

5.7 Completing the Square

5.8 Quadratic Equation Word Problems

5.9 Graphing Quadratic Inequalities

5.10 Complex and Imaginary Numbers

Extra Practice

Chapter Review Notes

Chapter 5 Quiz

Quiz Key 5

Chapter 6: Functions and Relations

6.1 Introduction to Functions and Relations

6.2 Function Operations

6.3 Inverse Functions

6.4 Graphing Functions

6.5 Linear and Nonlinear Functions

6.6 Special Functions

6.7 Composite Functions

6.8 Interval and Set Builder Notation

6.9 Function Symmetry

6.10 Transformations of Functions

6.11 Function and Relation Analysis (Finding Domain/Range)

Extra Practice

Chapter Review Notes- 2 Note Files (Scroll Down To See All)

Chapter 6 Quiz

Quiz Key 6

Chapter 7: Powers and Radicals

7.1 Product and Power Rules of Exponents

7.2 Negative and Zero Exponents Rules

7.3 Division Rules of Exponents

7.4 Scientific Notation

7.5 Compound Interest

7.6 Simplifying Radicals

7.7 Operations with Radicals

7.8 Solving Radical Equations

7.9 Operations and Equations with Rational Exponents

7.10 The Distance and Mid-Point Formula

7.11 The Pythagorean Theorem

Extra Practice – 2 Worksheet Files (Scroll Down To See All)

Chapter Review Notes – 2 Note Files (Scroll Down To See All)

Chapter Quiz 7-1

Chapter Quiz 7-2

Quiz Key 7-1

Quiz Key 7-2

Chapter 8: Logarithmic and Exponential Functions

8.1 Exponential Growth and Decay Functions

8.2 Introduction to Logarithms

8.3 Properties of Logarithms

8.4 The Natural Base e

8.5 Natural Logarithms

8.6 Solving Logarithmic Equations

8.7 Solving Exponential Equations

Extra Practice

Chapter Review Notes

Chapter 8 Quiz

Quiz Key 8

Chapter 9: Polynomial Functions

9.1 Introduction to Polynomials

9.2 Adding and Subtracting Polynomials

9.3 Multiplying Polynomials

9.4 Multiplying Polynomials Special Cases

9.5 Sum and Difference of Two Cubes

9.6 Factoring Greatest Common Factor

9.7 Factoring Quadratic Trinomials

9.8 Special Factoring Rules

9.9 Graphing Polynomials

9.10 Solving Polynomial Equations by Factoring

9.11 Polynomial Division (Long and Synthetic Division)

9.12 Remainder and Factor Theorem

9.13 Rational Root Theorem (Rational-Zero Test)

9.14 Solving n-degree Polynomials (Fundamental Theorem of Algebra)

9.15 Descartes’ Rule of Signs and Bounds

Extra Practice – 2 Worksheet Files (Scroll Down To See All)

Chapter Review Notes – 2 Note Files (Scroll Down To See All)

Chapter Quiz 9-1

Chapter Quiz 9-2

Quiz Key 9-1

Quiz Key 9-2

Chapter 10: Rational Expressions/Equations

10.1 Ratios and Proportions

10.2 Percent

10.3 Direct and Inverse Variation

10.4 Simplifying Rational Expressions

10.5 Multiplying and Dividing Rational Expressions

10.6 Finding the LCD of Rational Expressions

10.7 Solving Rational Equations

10.8 Adding and Subtracting Rational Expressions

10.9 Graphing Rational Functions (Vertical and Horizontal Asymptotes)

Extra Practice

Chapter Review Notes

Chapter 10 Quiz

Quiz Key 10

Chapter 11: Data, Measurement and Probability

11.1 Units of Measure and Conversion

11.2 Measures of Central Tendency- Mean, Median and Mode

11.3 Exploring Data- Charts, Tables, Graphs and Plots

11.4 Introduction To Probability

11.5 Counting Theory

11.6 Probability of Independent, Dependent and Mutually Exclusive Events

11.7 Permutations and Combinations

Chapter Review Notes

Chapter 11 Quiz

Quiz Key 11

Chapter 12: Sequence and Series

12.1 Introduction to Sequence and Series

12.2 Arithmetic Sequence and Series

12.3 Geometric Sequence and Series

12.4 Infinite Geometric Series

12.5 The Binomial Theorem

Chapter Review Notes

Chapter 12 Quiz

Quiz Key 12

Chapter 13: Foundations for Geometry

13.1 Points, Lines and Planes

13.2 Line Segments and Rays

13.3 Angles

13.4 Theorems and Postulates

Chapter Review Notes

Chapter 13 Quiz

Quiz Key 13

Chapter 14: Reasoning and Proof

14.1 Conditional Statements and Converses

14.2 Algebra Properties

14.3 Deductive and Inductive Reasoning

14.4 More on Angles and Lines

14.5 How to Plan and Write a Proof

Chapter Review Notes

Chapter 14 Quiz

Quiz Key 14

Chapter 15: Perpendicular and Parallel Lines, Polygons

15.1 Parallel Lines and Transversals

15.2 Properties of Parallel and Perpendicular Lines

15.3 Proving Lines Parallel

15.4 Introduction to Polygons

Chapter Review Notes

Chapter 15 Quiz

Quiz Key 15

Chapter 16: Congruent Triangles

16.1 Congruent Figures

16.2 Proving Congruent Triangles: Side-Side-Side and Side-Angle-Side Theorem

16.3 Proving Congruent Triangles: Angle-Side-Angle and Angle-Angle-Side Theorem

16.4 Proving Congruent Triangles: Hypotenuse-Leg Theorem

Chapter Review Notes

Chapter 16 Quiz

Quiz Key 16

Chapter 17: Properties of Triangles

17.1 Medians, Altitudes and Bisectors

17.2 Bisector Theorems

17.3 Triangle Inequalities

Chapter Review Notes

Chapter 17 Quiz

Quiz Key 17

Chapter 18: Quadrilaterals

18.1 Parallelograms

18.2 Proving Quadrilaterals are Parallelograms

18.3 Trapezoids

18.4 Special Quadrilaterals

18.5 Quadrilaterals, Triangles and Midpoints

Chapter Review Notes

Chapter 18 Quiz

Quiz Key 18

Chapter 19: Similarity

19.1 Ratios and Proportions

19.2 Similar Polygons

19.3 Similar Triangles

Chapter Review Notes

Chapter 19 Quiz

Quiz Key 19

Chapter 20: Transformations

20.1 Reflections

20.2 Rotations and Dilations

20.3 Translations and Glide Reflections

Chapter Review Notes

Chapter 20 Quiz

Quiz Key 20

Chapter 21: Right Triangles and Trigonometry

21.1 Similar Right Triangles

21.2 The Pythagorean Theorem

21.3 Special Right Triangles

21.4 Trigonometric Ratios

21.5 Right Triangle Word Problems

Chapter Review Notes

Chapter 21 Quiz

Quiz Key 21

Chapter 22: Circles

22.1 Introduction to Circles and Tangents

22.2 Arcs and Chords

22.3 Inscribed Angles

22.4 Other Angle Relationships in Circles

22.5 Segment Lengths and Circles

Chapter Review Notes

Chapter 22 Quiz

Quiz Key 22

Chapter 23: Area and Volume

23.1 Area of Basic Figures

23.2 Surface Area of Basic Figures

23.3 Volume of Basic Figures

23.4 Area of Regular Polygons

23.5 Area of Circles/Sectors and Arc Length

Chapter Review Notes

Chapter 23 Quiz

Quiz Key 23

Chapter 24: Conic Sections

24.1 Circles (Conic Sections)

24.2 Parabolas (Conic Sections)

24.3 Ellipses (Conic Sections)

24.4 Hyperbolas (Conic Sections)

24.5 Translations of Conic Sections

Chapter Review Notes

Chapter 24 Quiz

Quiz Key 24

Chapter 25: Trigonometry

25.1 Trigonometric Ratios

25.2 Angles of Rotation and Radian Measure

25.3 Evaluating Trigonometric Functions

25.4 Inverse Trigonometric Functions

25.5 Graphs of Sine and Cosine Functions

25.6 Laws of Sine and Cosine

25.7 Trigonometric Identities

25.8 Solving Trigonometric Equations

Chapter Review Notes

Chapter 25 Quiz

Quiz Key 25

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