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Math CLEP Precalculus CLEP

Recommended study program to prepare for the CLEP exam in Precalculus

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    Precalculus CLEP Exam
    Why Should You Take CLEP Precalculus?
    Depending on your institution's policy, a passing score on the exam can:

    • Show your college math professors that you're ready for a Calculus class
    • Allow you to opt out of a math proficiency core requirement
    • Earn you three college credits
    Description of the Examination
    The Precalculus examination assesses student mastery of skills and concepts required for success in a first-semester calculus course. A large portion of the exam is devoted to testing a student's understanding of functions and their properties. Many of the questions test a student's knowledge of specific properties of the following types of functions: linear, quadratic, absolute value, square root, polynomial, rational, exponential, logarithmic, trigonometric, inverse trigonometric, and piecewise-defined. Questions on the exam will present these types of functions symbolically, graphically, verbally, or in tabular form. A solid understanding of these types of functions is at the core of all precalculus courses, and it is a prerequisite for enrolling in calculus and other college-level mathematics courses.

    The examination contains approximately 48 questions, in two sections, to be answered in 90 minutes. Any time candidates spend on tutorials and providing personal information is in addition to the actual testing...
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