The combined CLEP College Algebra & Trig exam fits the bill nicely, and while it may be considerably easier than taking a full-fledged course in the subject, it will most likely still require some serious study for most folks. Like so many adult learners, I last dabbled with algebra back in high school.

## How do I prepare for college Algebra CLEP?

**How to study for the CLEP College Algebra Test**

- 1- Choose your study program.
- 2- Think of Algebra positively.
- 3- Make the concepts clear.
- 4- Practice daily.
- 5- Find the best way to learn.
- 6- Memorize formulas well.
- 7- Take Practice Tests.
- 8- Register for the Test.

## Which is easier CLEP College math or algebra?

**The College Mathematics CLEP is easier than College Algebra CLEP** for most test-takers. … College Algebra is often easier for students who have just taken an Algebra course. But if you don’t have recent experience in Algebra, you will probably pass College Mathematics more easily. Both exams are doable if you study.

## What happens if you fail a CLEP exam?

If you fail, **the College Board will keep your failed score until you retake the test**. The next time you attempt the test, they will replace your old score with your new score. After that, the College Board won’t have any trace of your first failed score. So that’s how the College Board handles the failed scores.

## What is the easiest math class in college?

The easiest would be **Contemporary Mathematics**. This is usually a survey class taken by students not majoring in any science. The hardest is usually thought to be Calculus I.

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- Statistics (at any level)
- Calc I.
- Calc II.
- Differential equations.
- Linear algebra.

## Is college algebra harder than precalculus?

Is college algebra harder than precalculus? Basic Algebra is one of these topics, as well as functions, trigonometry, and analitic geometry. However, college Algebra is much more complex than this basic algebra in precalculus. That is **not false**, but when you take college Algebra, you see that it is much more than that.

## Can you use a calculator on CLEP College Algebra?

On CLEP exam day, **test takers aren’t allowed to bring their own calculators into** the testing room. Chemistry, College Algebra, and College Mathematics: A scientific (nongraphing) calculator, the TI-30XS MultiView, is available to students during these exams. …

## What level of math is college algebra?

College algebra is **a transfer level algebra course** offered at many California community colleges and CSU campuses and generally has a prerequisite of intermediate algebra.

## Can you take CLEP exams online?

CLEP now offers test takers the option to take a CLEP exam at home with **remote proctoring**.

## Is college algebra the same as algebra 1?

**An introductory college algebra course**, often referred to as “Algebra 1” or “College Algebra,” is a requirement for many academic programs. Some college algebra courses list the intended audience, such as math, engineering or business students who need the class to further their academic goals.

## Are CLEP exams worth it?

CLEP Exams Save You Time

Money is a **valuable resource**, but time is even more valuable. CLEP tests can help you get a degree much faster than the traditional college path. The conventional amount of time to get an undergraduate degree is 4 years, though it can take many students as long as six years.

## Are CLEP exams hard to pass?

**CLEP exams are not difficult**. Most of the exams are multiple-choice, and there is no penalty for guessing. Study guides are available to help you prepare. Some people have used study guides to pass CLEP exams in a very short period of time with no prior knowledge of the subjects.

## How long should you study for a CLEP exam?

Depending on your learning style, studying for a CLEP exam could take anywhere from **a few weeks to a few months**. As a general rule, the more time you have to study, the better. Keep a calendar and block out an hour or two every day or every other day to devote to studying for your exam.