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Passing College Algebra CLEP

Updated on October 8, 2018
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JT Walters has a Master's of Science in Behavoralism from Florida State University. A former Campaign Manager in a Senate Race.



College Algebra CLEP

The CLEP programs offers students the ability to advance through college at an accelerated pace at a fraction of the cost. CLEPS are about $92 USD and can be taken at most academic institutions. You need a minimal score to pass in some instances it is a 62 in others a 50 will be sufficient. Dependent upon which test it is computerized exam, it will take about 90 minutes, there are about 60 question with multiple choice answers and you will be given your results immediately. If you are lucky by just taking the test you should be able to score a 25. So really you are down to be lucky and needing to score about a 50 in total on your test in order to pass. How hard could it be especially since there is the net out there to explain Math to you for free?

I, of course, recommend you buy the study guide and then if you can't solve the problems I differ you back to my tutorials on content.

In this article I will try to provide you with videos teaching you how to solve the various equations on the College Algebra CLEP test but I again recommend you buy the practice test for $10 and practice. The videos will provide you with instructional information as to how to complete the equations. This article is not all inclusive and I will defer to the practice test regarding the required material but this should serve as a good guideline to at least obtain a 50 on the College Algebra CLEP exam.

Quadratic Equations

Solving the Quadratratic Equation by using the Equadratic Formula

Solving Quadratic by Completing the Square

Solving Quadratic Equation by Graphing

Solving Quadratic Equation by Square Root Method

Applications of Linear Function

Proof: log a + log b =ab


I have just provide you with some guidelines to study. I recommend you purchase the study guide/practice test from the College Boards and Complete and more thorough comprehensive study. I really appreciate and I wish I could have brought you more of their lessons as I really thought they were quite thorough. I just couldn't get them loaded today as I was having difficulty with the website. So I shall have to leave to the individuals who wish to pursue the CLEPS.

I am providing further links as resources for you. Good Luck and good studying.


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