ALGEBRA 1 & 2CLEP PREP Study Journal cover (algebra 1) Study Journal cover (algebra 2) CLEP Algebra - exam description and sample questions Note: Students who need only a "non-math majors" math credit (like liberal arts math) in college, may want to consider taking the CLEP College Mathematics exam instead of the College Algebra test. PRIMARY SOURCES: Algebra 1 at HippoCampus Algebra 1 at SAS Curriculum Pathways - Scroll down on the page. Prentice Hall Mathematics Books companion site - click on the link to the book you need (Algebra 1 or 2). From there you can access dozens of "Homework Video Tutors," quizzes, tests, and even an end-of-course exam. Elementary Algebra Textbook CK-12 Algebra 1 Textbook CK-12 Algebra 1 Teacher's Edition CK-12 Algebra 2 Textbook |
Complete your studies and take the CLEP exam, or take the StraighterLine Algebra course, or one or more of the ALEKS algebra* courses.* ALEKS offers beginning, intermediate, and college algebra. Note that both TESC and COSC consider the beginning course to be remedial and do not offer credit for it. |

TESTING PRACTICE AND FINAL EXAMS:

Short practice tests

Algebra 1 End-of-Course exam

Algebra 2 End-of-Course exam

Choose one of the algebra textbooks as your main source. Work through the book, using the lectures/lessons found at the HippoCampus or SAS algebra 1 websites to help you understand each concept. Visit the Prentice Hall site for video lessons, and practice quizzes. In addition, print the worksheets found at the Kuta software site to reinforce your learning. The other sources are provided for further studying, if needed. (If, for instance, you find you are struggling with one textbook, try the other to see if it better suits your learning style.) Finish with the practice tests and end-of-course exams.

Short practice tests

Algebra 1 End-of-Course exam

Algebra 2 End-of-Course exam

**Recommended Course of Study:***Note: Algebra 1 and 2 sources are included here to ensure coverage of concepts that may be found on the CLEP (college level) test.*Choose one of the algebra textbooks as your main source. Work through the book, using the lectures/lessons found at the HippoCampus or SAS algebra 1 websites to help you understand each concept. Visit the Prentice Hall site for video lessons, and practice quizzes. In addition, print the worksheets found at the Kuta software site to reinforce your learning. The other sources are provided for further studying, if needed. (If, for instance, you find you are struggling with one textbook, try the other to see if it better suits your learning style.) Finish with the practice tests and end-of-course exams.