University of Maryland College Park Math Placement Test Prep

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The Accuplacer test went well and my daughter scored high enough to get into the college math class she needed to take. We really liked the program. It was great how there were the explanation videos which were really good and then the practice and then the quizzes. I liked how if she already knew something we could skip right to the quiz part and if she was struggling with something we could watch the explanations a couple times and then see the practice problems worked. I wasn’t sure how I was going to get her ready for that placement test before I found your program and it was just what we needed. I would definitely recommend it.
Clark Melinkovich
Clark Melinkovich
20:47 23 Jul 24
Passed the math placement test! I liked the course very much, simple to navigate, videos are very easy to follow; loved the practice part and small test after every lesson. I think you guys did an amazing job putting this together! Thank you!
Tatiana McKenzie
Tatiana McKenzie
15:44 23 Jul 24
I haven't taken a formal math class for 25+ years. I was worried about the placement test for re enrolling in college. Math help did a great job dusting off the cobwebs and taught me enough to get into the course I needed. I thought the lessons were very good and thorough to give me the refreshers I needed to get the job done.
Taylor Davies
Taylor Davies
01:11 28 Apr 24
My math placement test was so great, I was able to enter directly into my college class without taking the test a second time. I am so grateful. The elements of the course that were most helpful for me were radicals, addition of polynomials, measurements (a lot of questions here), inequalities, and word problems. Again thank you so much, my twin brother is about to subscribe because he also has a math placement test very soon. I told him about this, but he did not believe me. Now, the results have spoken, and he wants to take the course too.
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Appelé moi Qúëén Stëph
12:31 27 Jan 24
I work as an elementary teacher. I had to enroll in a Math for Teachers course with Thompson Rivers University. I signed up for MathHelp’s Math Placement Test Prep in preparation for my university course. I did this as a refresher, because I went to high school over 30 years ago. I actually had fun doing Mathhelp’s course. I loved it for many reasons. The teachers are excellent. The videos and explanations are short and clear, and every unit is very thorough. The review exercises were excellent as well: just the right amount and difficulty. I loved being able to add a checkmark on every unit I had mastered, and by the end of the course I felt prepared and confident. It took a lot of anxiety off going back to university to take a Math course as a mature student. It was totally worth it: I did fantastic at my Math for Teachers course, and I was probably more prepared than most of the students in my cohort. Thank you! I 100% recommend it. My daughter is in grade 6, so I will probably sign up again for courses for her when she is in high school. Thank you for your fantastic courses!
Carmen Cotelo
Carmen Cotelo
21:21 23 Jan 24
Helped me complete a placement test to land in the class I need. The videos were super clear. They showed EVERY step, which had been a problem I was encountering with other learning sites. The instructions were well paced and easy to follow. Also, it gave me enough questions to actually practice the concept I just learned. Being able to practice over and over again, with fresh questions, on the test at the end of each segment was the best part. I'll use it again down the line.
Jonathan Reynolds
Jonathan Reynolds
00:57 11 Jan 24
I started using MathHelp because I was going to take a placement test to go back to College. The test went really well. My score on Quantitative Reasoning, Algebra, and Statistics was 274 which is very good for the Next-Gen Accuplacer test. The lady at the College said it was the best score she had seen in a while. I have nothing but to thank MathHelp for the review and the very well structured and easy to follow classes, it really helped me. I'm starting College Algebra this upcoming Spring Semester and will definitely come back to MathHelp in case I need some outside help.
Camila Silva
Camila Silva
20:47 08 Dec 23
This is a great program that is very straightforward and helpful. I struggle with math and need a higher placement score on the ALEKS test to finish my Bachelor's degree. I studied with the MathHelp step by step plan for a month and did well enough that I placed into my class! Thanks MathHelp!
Jeri Hillegeist
Jeri Hillegeist
15:42 13 Apr 23
First of all, the order in which your course is structured—lessons, practise exercises, tests, and finally reviews—helped me grasp and assess how well I'm learning a certain topic. This increased my self-assurance while simultaneously addressing my weak areas. There is nothing that could be added because everything is flawless, and I truly appreciate how well everything is laid up. I'm grateful to your organization and the course for helping me perform well on the math placement test for my college. I appreciate your efforts and those of your staff.
Atif Baig
Atif Baig
16:15 22 Feb 23
I'm a returning college student who hasn't taken a math class in nearly 5 years. I felt like I needed somewhere I could build on my fundamentals, so I turned to MathHelp. I started with the first ALEKS lesson on MathHelp, watching all the videos, and taking every test until I could pass with a 100% all the way up to the end of exponential and logarithmic equations, which was lesson 179. Overall, I'm very satisfied with my time using MathHelp. Topics I remember as being complicated, like logarithms, were actually very easy to understand thanks to the short video format of the lessons. Recently I took the ALEKS placement assessment and scored well enough to place into pre calculus. I’m impressed I was able to do that well, going from barely remembering the fundamentals of algebra to nearly placing into calculus.
Peter Ogbuagu
Peter Ogbuagu
18:57 20 Jan 23
It was beneficial! Not only does this prepare you for the placement test, but it prepares you for mathematics as a subject in general. This is the best maths course money can buy. I was initially skeptical, but I am glad I tried it. I got 68/75 for my maths placement score.
Saint Evita
Saint Evita
01:52 30 Sep 22
I am so glad I found your program - it helped me so much. I've been out of school for over 20 years and I recently enrolled in the Kansas State dietetics program. I was freaking out over the algebra placement exam because I couldn't remember anything. After completing your program, I scored a 34 (I only needed a 21 to get into college algebra). So, thank you for your great program, I couldn't have done it without you 😃
Carie Casserino
Carie Casserino
13:31 08 Aug 22
I am a 50+ who decided to go back to school late in life. I need to take College Algebra to obtain my degree. To avoid prerequisite math classes, I needed to pass their placement test.It has been a “a few years” since I took a math class. I needed to study and searched for online courses. I came across many sites, but Mathhelp.com had the best setup, so I signed up. The course covers everything you will need to know. I went through the entire course and took the final exam a few times as reinforcement.The courses are put together in an easy-to-follow manner and provide everything you will need to pass any math test. The layout was easy to follow. The video, followed by practice, followed by the questions were so easy to follow. It is all on one page. There is no navigating back and forth. If you get one wrong, you are given a step-by-step explanation on how to get the correct answer. The reinforcement of each concept is helpful. The videos really make it so easy to learn. The three instructors are great and teach each subject clearly and in a detailed manner.Whether your child is struggling in elementary school, or you are a college student who needs some extra help, Mathhelp.com is the solution to your needs.I aced my placement test. I now feel fully prepared for the College Algebra class I'm taking next semester. I highly recommend this course.
Miss LL
Miss LL
19:47 03 Jun 22
I used the website to prepare myself for my math placement test to get to college and I got in!!
Soleny Gonzalez
Soleny Gonzalez
17:23 07 Apr 22

What math placement test does University of Maryland College Park use?

University of Maryland College Park uses its own 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 math placement test at University of Maryland College Park?

Most students at University of Maryland College Park will need to take the 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 University of Maryland College Park math placement test?

The math on the University of Maryland College Park 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 University of Maryland College Park placement test hard?

The math placement test at University of Maryland College Park 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 University of Maryland College Park use the SAT?

Yes, University of Maryland College Park uses the SAT. While many colleges are moving away from the test, University of Maryland College Park still accepts SAT scores.

What is University of Maryland College Park known for?

The University of Maryland, College Park is part of the University System of Maryland. As a public research university, it is accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education. The Carnegie Foundation has classified the university as being among the 115 first tier research universities in the United States. Within the university, thirteen colleges and schools offer 127 undergraduate and 112 graduate degree programs. Among the schools and colleges are the School of Public Health, the School of Public Policy, the College of Education, the College of Arts and Humanities, the College of Information Studies, the College of Behavioral and Social Sciences, the Phillip Merrill College of Journalism, the Robert H. Smith School of Business, the A. James Clark School of Engineering, and the College of Computer, Mathematical, and Natural Sciences.

Admission to the university is a selective process. For the class of 2019 (students entering in 2015) only about 44.7% of applicants were accepted. The middle range of SAT scores for entering students was 620-730 for math and 590–690 for critical reading or ACT scores of 29-33. For international students, the admission committee will also consider scores on TOEFL or IELTS exams. The university testing center, part of the Counseling Center, offers the CLEP exam for credit by exam. They also administer the GRE exam for students entering graduate programs.

The College of Education is located at College Park. Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science degrees are offered along with graduate degrees. The admissions process for the education program is selective and the requirements can vary depending on the teaching field. For most of the programs, students seeking a degree in education must earn at least 45 credits prior to entering the program and have passed a basic skills exam such as the Praxis Core Academic Skills for Educators exam or the NES Essential Academic Skills test. The Praxis exams are administered in the testing center at the university. The School of Nursing is not located at College Park but in Baltimore. To enter the nursing program for either BSN or RN to BSN, students must have completed at least two years of college level courses with a minimum 3.0 in prerequisite courses and a minimum score on the ATI TEAS exam. Students who complete the program will qualify for the licensure examination – NCLEX-RN.

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