CLEP College Algebra


Welcome to the College Algebra Tests. You are about to start one of the most rigorous CLEP courses. This quiz practice will prove your prowess in Algebra and help you successfully pass the exam. We will help you by providing an equally rigorous practice exam course that simulates what you will experience on exam day. First, lets break down what you will find on the exam.

CLEP College Algebra Study Guides

In this section, we'll cover general information, tips and other strategies to prepare you for CLEP College Algebra.
The Algebra section begins with variables. Learn the rules, solve the equations and try your hand with using PEMDAS. Then
we put everything we've covered so far to go through some more difficult examples for part two in the Advanced Algebra.

CLEP College Algebra Practice

Welcome to the CLEP Algebra Quiz. These tests are grouped into several sections to make your study easier. The sections include the following:

Algebra Part 1

Includes Algebraic operations, equations and inequalities, functions and their properties, number systems and operations.

Resources
Time Required
1 hour
Tools
None

Algebra Part 2

Includes Algebraic operations, equations and inequalities, functions and their properties, number systems and operations.

Resources
Time Required
1 hour
Tools
None

Algebra Part 3

Includes Algebraic operations, equations and inequalities, functions and their properties, number systems and operations.

Resources
Time Required
2 hours
Tools
None

Simulated College Algebra CLEP Test

This is a full length simulated CLEP exam providing a similar experience to the the actual College Board CLEP exam. This timed CLEP exam is geared to prepare you for the pace and format that you'll need to succeed. Use it to test your knowledge while getting as close as you can to the real-life conditions of the exam.

Resources
Time Required
90 Minutes
Questions
115

Algebra Resources

Read the Algebra exam description.

Textbooks

  • Anton et al., Calculus: Early Transcendentals Single Variable (Wiley)
  • Armstrong and Davis, Brief Calculus (Prentice Hall)
  • Bear, Understanding Calculus (Wiley-IEEE)
  • Best et al., Calculus: Concepts & Calculators (Venture)
  • Cohen and Henle, Calculus: The Language of Change (Jones & Bartlett)
  • Hallett et al., Applied Calculus (Wiley)
  • Hass et al., University Calculus, Part One (Addison-Wesley)
  • Krantz, Calculus Demystified: A Self-Teaching Guide (McGraw-Hill)
  • Larson et al., Calculus I: Early Transcendental Functions (Brooks/Cole)
  • Neill, Teach Yourself Calculus (McGraw-Hill)
  • Rogawski, Calculus (W. H. Freeman)
  • Salas et al., Calculus: One Variable (Wiley)
  • Schmidt, Life of Fred: Calculus (Polka Dot)
  • Smith and Minton, Calculus, Single Variable: Early Transcendental Functions (McGraw-Hill)
  • Stewart, Single Variable Calculus (Brooks/Cole)

Online Resources