Pre-Algebra: Mid-Year (Semester) Test and Study Guide
This 100+ question study guide and 60 question first semester test (all multiple choice) was created to accompany the first four units of my Pre-Algebra Curriculum.
Check the list below to see if this fits well with your curriculum.
-The Real Number System
-Zero and Negative Exponents
-Square and Cube Roots
-Comparing and Ordering Numbers
-Order of Operations
-Combining Like Terms
-Factoring Expressions (linear only)
-Special Solutions (no solution/infinite solution)
-Graphing Solutions to Inequalities
-Translating Equations and Inequalities
-Exponent Rules (product rule, quotient rule, power rule)
-Operations with Scientific Notation
-Ratios and Rates
-Proportional vs. Nonproportional Relationships
-Proportion Word Problems
-Scale Drawings and Models
-Discount, Markup, Tax, and Tip
-Percent of Change
1) Assign sections of the study guide over the course of a couple weeks.
2) Consider allowing students to omit any 10 questions should you worry that the test length is too long.
An editable version
of the test is now included so you can easily make multiple versions or customize to fit your needs! PowerPoint and Equation Editor (usually built in to PowerPoint) are required to edit this file. If your Equation Editor is incompatible with mine, simply delete my equation and insert your own.
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