Should a student study before taking the RWU Math Placement Test?
We suggest that students study the topics of algebra if they haven’t formally studied algebra in a few years OR if the math courses that they have taken recently were not algebra-intensive. As mentioned above, the on-line math placement test is adaptive. That is, the questions progress into more advanced areas if a tester continues to answer correctly or the questions examine less advanced areas if the tester does not answer correctly. Since the test begins with questions on algebra, testers need to answer these questions correctly to go on to more advanced topics. We specifically recommend that students review the laws of exponents, operations with fractions, linear systems of equations and graphing linear equations before taking their test. To supplement a student’s own study materials (notes and/or textbooks from math classes that were taken in high school) we have provided Sample Problems.
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