Are Math U See videos available online?

Are Math U See videos available online?

The Math-U-See videos are available on DVD and through online streaming in your Digital Pack.

How can I pass my math placement test?

Look over as many topics as you can before the test. Most math placement tests will give you credit for proving that you understand most of each topic. Study a wide range of what you have learned in the past: algebra, statistics, geometry, and calculus are all fair game when it comes to a math placement test.

Is Math U See accredited?

Accredited. 1 High School Credit earned for students in a full enrollment with the Academy. Students are able to chat and speak with the teachers. Students are also able to present via video.

What math should I study for college placement test?

You should study the following topics to make sure that your college math placement test prep covers everything you need to know.

  1. Algebraic Expressions.
  2. Equations and Inequalities.
  3. Word Problems.
  4. Graphing and Functions.
  5. Systems of Equations.
  6. Polynomials.
  7. Factoring.
  8. Radicals.

What grade level is Math-U-See primer?

Primer (kindergarten): numbers and counting. Alpha (1st grade): single-digit adding and subtracting. Beta (2nd grade): multi-digit adding and subtracting. Gamma (3rd grade): multiplication.

How do you ace a placement test?

Here are 5 actionable steps to help with college placement tests.

  1. Determine if you are exempt from the college placement tests.
  2. Prepare by finding out the format of the college placement test.
  3. Gather practice tests and resources to study.
  4. Practice, study, practice.
  5. Do this the day before the test.

How do I find the right placement for my student?

Our interactive placement tool will help you find the proper placement for your student. This questionnaire includes yes/no questions and example problems to work through with your student if more clarity is needed.

Is there a new placement tool in Math-U-See?

We’re testing a new placement tool. Because proper placement is so critical to success in Math-U-See, we are continually evaluating and modifying our assessment process to provide the most accurate, simplest way for new customers to determine if their student is ready for a specific level.

Where can I find Math-U-See resources for my student?

Resources that are specific to a Math-U-See Curriculum level or AIM program level can now be found in our Support Center. Need extra practice for your student? Generate extra practice pages using this tool. Our Worksheet Generator has moved. You can now access this free resource on our Digital Toolbox. Find out more here.

What level should my student start Math-U-See at?

Students should start at their individual level of mastery. While concepts are reviewed continuously throughout Math-U-See, it is important that previously presented concepts have prepared a solid foundation. Our placement resources help ensure that students start Math-U-See at the level best suited for them.