CNM ACCUPLACER Math Placement Test Prep

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My AccuPlacer test went well. I had taken it once before, but the score wasn’t high enough to get into the program I wanted to get in to. I signed up for MathHelp and when I retook the test, my score went up 20 points. Everything was very helpful— I’m more of an independent learner so it was nice having something where I could pace myself. I liked the way the lessons were sectioned into categories. Thanks!
morgan
morgan
15:37 17 Apr 23
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Squiid
17:10 12 Mar 23
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Aalaa Abdalla
21:42 17 Jan 23
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Sarah Duke
Sarah Duke
09:11 12 Dec 22
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Asya Hirst Caron
Asya Hirst Caron
14:53 16 May 22
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Rachel Barba
Rachel Barba
15:36 30 Sep 21
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Hal Ribbeck, III
Hal Ribbeck, III
13:55 08 Aug 21
Your Accuplacer program is great and was such a huge help. I hadn't taken a math class in 30 years and I scored a 267 on the AAF. I liked how each lesson was demonstrated during discussion prior to the exercises. It felt much more like an actual live class, and made things much clearer than other self-paced courses out there. Thanks for making this available!
Raul Garcia
Raul Garcia
19:04 25 May 21
My daughter used Mathhelp.com to prepare for the Accuplacer math placement test at her university. The school required a score of 279 on the Quantitative Reasoning test to move on to the Accuplacer AAF. The first time, she took it cold and scored a 270, so she was not able to move on to the AAF test. Then she studied on your site and got a 299 on the QR and a 292 on the AAF test, so she is good to go!Your website is very well planned to maximize results while minimizing time investment. The method that worked best for my daughter was to take the practice quiz for each section and then read explanations or watch videos of the problems she missed. That way she wasn't spending time watching videos on topics she already knew/remembered well. I then had her take the full practice tests once she had gone through all of the videos she needed to. Sometimes she didn't even need to view the videos -- your explanations of answers were sufficient in most cases to tell her what she needed to know, but the videos were very helpful when she needed a bit more explanation/step-by-step instruction. Up until this year, she has always done well in math, but a crummy teacher combined with covid virtual school made this year a very tough year for her, and she has lost a lot of confidence as a result. I hope that seeing how well she can do with a bit of good teaching/support has shown her that she can be successful again in this college calculus course.Overall, I was very impressed with how well your website prepared her for the tests, as evidenced by her scores. I will also use your site as she prepares to take the PSAT next year.
Brigid Gonzalez
Brigid Gonzalez
15:56 24 May 21
This program was so helpful. I haven't taken a math course in 20 years and needed to refresh before taking the Accuplacer and going back to school. The test went great, I got a 292/300. It was so great to have access to mathhelp to refresh my long dormant math skills. I found the lessons clear and easy to understand. I loved the feature of being able to skip lessons I already knew. The little diagnostic quizzes were great to let me know which lessons I needed to take and which I could skip. Thank you for your work, I found the website to be such a helpful tool! I would recommend to anyone!
Anita Eckard
Anita Eckard
14:32 10 Apr 21
I placed into all my classes that I needed to! The Accuplacer course was awesome. A total refresh. I will also be using Mathhelp when I get into my math classes in the fall.
Sarah Duncan
Sarah Duncan
16:33 24 Feb 21
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Billy T
Billy T
13:21 23 Aug 20

What math placement test does CNM use?

CNM uses the ACCUPLACER math placement test. To review for the test, you’ll want a study guide that includes comprehensive instruction, guided practice, and interactive tests. For most students, test prep books and practice questions are not enough, and classes and tutors are too expensive. Fortunately, online courses now offer a balance of affordability and effectiveness.

Do I need to take the ACCUPLACER math placement test at CNM?

Most students at CNM will need to take the ACCUPLACER math placement test. However, if you think you might have a high enough score on the SAT or ACT to be exempt from taking the placement test, check online or contact your testing center.

What type of math is on the CNM math placement test?

The math on the CNM ACCUPLACER placement test covers Pre-Algebra, Algebra, and Geometry. Make sure your preparation only includes the topics on the test - nothing more and nothing less. The best test prep courses emphasize efficiency.

Is the math on the CNM placement test hard?

The ACCUPLACER math placement test at CNM isn’t hard if you receive the necessary individualized instruction when preparing for the test. With a study guide that has a math tutor built into the program, you’ll get all the help you need.

Does CNM accept CLEP?

Yes, CNM accepts CLEP credits. For example, students who pass the CLEP College Mathematics or CLEP College Algebra may be able to receive course credit at CNM.

What is CNM known for?

With over 22,000 students enrolled, CNM is New Mexico’s largest community college.  With a main campus in Albuquerque, it provides educational opportunities to surrounding communities through a number of other campuses and centers.  The Montoya campus, located at the foot of the Sandia Mountains, was named after Senator Joseph M. Montoya and houses the Assistance Center for Education (ACE).  The large building at the heart of the Rio Ranch campus has earned a Gold Certification through the LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) rating system used by the Green Building Council.  The South Valley campus is located in the historic community of Pajarito Village and is home to the community’s YDI Head Start Child Development Center.  Situated in Ventana Ranch, approximately 22 miles from the main campus, the Westside campus offers facilities for a number of programs, including visual arts, pharmaceutical technology, business, and communication.  The college’s Workforce Training Center includes facilities for the STEMulus Center.  This program, along with the FUSE Makerspace program, is run by the college’s partnering business, which is known as CNM Ingenuity.  The college’s Advanced Technology Center (ATC) provides facilities for such programs as Architectural Engineering/Drafting Technology, Film Technician, and Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS).  The AMREP site at Rio Ranch offers certificates in Nursing Assistant and EMT Basic.  The college currently follows the Higher Learning Commission’s Open Pathway for accreditation, and it offers students access to over 200 programs, including associate degree, certificate, and training programs. 

The college maintains a policy of open admissions for applicants who are 18 or more years of age.  After being admitted, incoming students will meet with an academic advisor, and at that time, they will need to provide such materials as a high school diploma with a GPA of at least 2.5, ACT or SAT scores, PARCC (Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers) scores, a college transcript from another school, or ACCUPLACER scores.  The latter is a placement test that can be taken at the college’s campuses.  

Coordinated Entry Programs (CEP), such as the Nursing AAS, NMNEC and the Nursing LPN to RN Mobility Option, may have additional entry requirements.  For example, the latter program requires that applicants have an LPN license.  The AAS program, on the other hand, requires applicants to provide scores from the HESI A2 assessment.  Both programs can help to prepare successful graduates for the NCLEX-RN (National Council Licensure Exam).  Among the other programs it offers, the college has certificate and AA degree programs in Early Childhood Multicultural Education.  The degree programs in this field enable successful graduates to either seek a One Year Vocational Certificate through the New Mexico Office of Child Development or to continue their education at another institution.  If transferring to gain a higher degree and a teaching license, a student should take the appropriate NES Essential Academic Skills Subtests.

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