[nabs-l] Question About Studying For Math Placement Test
joshkart12 at gmail.com
Sat Jul 28 22:25:28 UTC 2012
Oh man, this is bad but, originally, they gave me the algebra one, but
they managed to find the arithmetic one. With a calculator, I got a 73
so will prob. be in introduction to algebra, with college math after.
Well they'll give you the tests in braille if you ask, they did for
On 7/28/12, Misty Dawn Bradley <mistydbradley at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi all,
> I am starting classes on August 20 at my local community college, and I was
> told that I need to take the Compass placement tests in reading, writing,
> and math. I could do well in the reading and writing, but I need to study
> more for the math portion in the area of Algebra, as this is not my
> strongest area, and it has been a while since I have done Algebra.
> Does anyone on this list know where I can get something that is accessible,
> such as a website or book, so that I can study for the math part of the
> test? A lot of the sites I have found are using graphics for the math
> problems and explanations rather than using text that is readable by JAWS.
> I am hoping to pass this test so I can avoid taking extra developmental
> courses, so any help would be appreciated. Also, have any of you taken this
> test before, and how advanced does the math portion get?
> Thank you in advance,
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