Bob Miller's Math for the Accuplacer: All the Math You Need for a Higher Score
Bob Miller's Math for the ACCUPLACER® Gets You a High Score!
More than 1,300 high schools, technical schools, community colleges, and four-year colleges across the country use the ACCUPLACER® to determine the skill levels of incoming students. Students at all learning levels will benefit from this comprehensive college placement test prep.
Written by a math specialist, our test prep contains everything you need to know to score high on the math portion of the ACCUPLACER®. The book explains math concepts in a lively, easy-to-grasp style.
The targeted review section covers all the math topics tested on the ACCUPLACER® including arithmetic (17 questions on the test), elementary algebra (12 questions on the test), and college-level math (20 questions on the test). To help you get the most out of your ACCUPLACER® preparation, Bob has included four practice tests for each section - for a total of 12 exams!
Each chapter includes step-by-step examples and exercises. Detailed explanations of solutions help you understand and retain the material. Test-taking advice, study tips, and exam strategies prepare you for exam day, ease your anxiety, and help you boost your score.
If you're taking the ACCUPLACER® and need to improve your math skills before test day, this is the book for you!
Best cram for returning adult student for college level math
By Cara M. Silla "Cara" - August 17, 2012
After almost 20 years in the transportation industry, I decided to go back to school for a Bachelor's degree. I quickly ran into a problem- my my SAT test scores were old. I had a choice to take a non-credit "skill-building" course (math 099) or I could take the Accuplacer placement test. If I scored high enough, I could go directly into college level math saving me precious time and money. Since the Accuplacer at my college costs only $5, I opted for that. I knew I had to sharpen my math skills but I was in for a rude awakening when I received my college's study guide. It contained complicated algebra to include logarithms, imaginary numbers, quadratic equations, mind-boggling factoring, geometry, trigonometry, graphing, permutations, combinations, and the such. Huh? I took Geometry and Trig in high school but most of it I have forgotten.
The first time I took the Accuplacer, I used "Algebra Demystified" as a study guide; I was getting frustrated often. A... read more
By Stephene Mackinder - February 14, 2011
As someone who has always struggled in math, I can honestly say this books saved me a lot of trouble. In high school, I took regular math courses. When I got to college however, I tested into remedial math. I got this book, studied it to the end, and was able to test into Precalculus! It's really helpful; everything is broken down into layman's terms. It starts from the very basics of math (elementary school level), and gradually progresses to calculus. Definitely worth the time and money.
Helped me get an 110 on Elementary Algebra
By Feists "Feists" - August 18, 2010
And I really only did the first 4-5 chapters. If you do ALL of the chapters, you should place well into college level algebra and beyond. Just make sure that you write down and practice all of the facts he gives you at the beginning of the chapters; they are essential. Make sure you understand something before you move on too.
Bob Miller's fail-safe methodology helps students grasp basic math and pre-algebra. All of the courses in the junior high, high school, and college mathematics curriculum require a thorough grounding ...