St. John’s University New York

St. John's University New York Math Placement Test Prep

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St. John’s University in New York City is a Catholic university founded by the Vincentian Fathers.  The main campus is located in Jamaica, Queens.  The Staten Island Campus was originally Notre Dame College and the Manhattan Campus houses the School of Risk Management.  There is a campus in Rome, Italy which serves undergraduate students and a campus in Paris, France for study abroad programs.  The Hauppauge Campus, the graduate campus on Long Island, is the home of the graduate programs in The School of Education and the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences.  The Middle States Commission on Higher Education is the accrediting board which approves of the university.  In the fall semester of 2017, about 16,766 students were enrolled as undergraduates and 4,580 as graduate students. 

Enrolling at the university requires good academic standing and college entrance test scores.  Most accepted students have a high school grade point average over 3.4.  SAT scores are within for most accepted students are within the range of 1130-1310 and ACT scores between 22 and 29.  Some programs may require further admission criteria. 

The university is divided into six colleges or schools and offers more than 100 programs leading to bachelor’s, master’s, and doctorate degrees.  The College of Education offers a special five-year program that leads to both a bachelor’s and a master’s degree by the end of the course of study.  Students are invited to enroll in this program that requires at least a 3.5 GPA and a willingness participate in a demanding and comprehensive program in Childhood Education.  Other programs within the College of Education are either master’s level programs or advanced certificate programs.  To enter the graduate school of education, scores on the GRE or MAT exams are required along with a passing score on the Praxis Core Academic Skills for Educators test.

Our math review goes far beyond the typical study guide by including comprehensive instruction, guided practice, and interactive tests. All of these features are available for anyone at St. John's University New York to try out by simply selecting the “start course” button above.

Additionally, our approach to math instruction is direct and to the point. We won’t waste your time with long-winded explanations. And our course only includes the topics that are covered on your placement test - nothing more and nothing less. We know that the best test prep must be incredibly efficient as well.

Let’s face it. Test prep books and practice questions are not enough, and classes and tutors are too expensive. That’s why we created our online course - to offer the perfect balance of affordability and effectiveness that has always been missing for students preparing for the Math test at St. John's University New York.

At MathHelp.com, our mission is to break down the “math wall” that holds so many students back from achieving the success they deserve. Why do students at St. John's University New York struggle on the math placement test? Because they have simply never received individualized instruction in math. By providing every student with a personal math teacher for the exact math help they need, we give students the opportunity to conquer math, to build confidence in themselves, to continue their education, and to pursue their dreams.

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