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Postsecondary Education Readiness Test (P.E.R.T)
The Postsecondary Education Readiness Test PERT is a computer adaptive test which measures a student's level of preparedness for college level courses. What to expect? The PERT test has 30 questions per section, so 90 questions total. Each section has 25 scored questions and 5 field test questions. The PERT test is adaptive, meaning the questions the test taker encounters depends on whether or not they answer questions correctly.
It is essentially three different assessments. The scores a test-taker receives are used to place them in the appropriate college courses. Those incoming college students who do well on the exam will be able to take regular math and English classes.
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Welcome to the PERT study guide page. The links below will take you through our online PERT test review. Pinpoint your strengths and weaknesses to get the most out of your studying for the PERT test. If you need more help or additional practice questions consider upgrading with our PERT book and flashcards. Our customers love the tutorial videos from Mometrix Academy that we have incorporated into our PERT test study guide. We bought this book for my 15 year old daughter, and she had it for about a week before taking PERT. She read through the book, and took the practice test.
The PERT exam is used to place a college student in the appropriate course based on their academic skills and abilities. The PERT test includes sections on mathematics, reading, and writing. Our free PERT practice tests and study resources are listed below. Taking sample questions is an effective way to study for your college placement exam. Our free PERT sample tests provide you with an opportunity to assess how well you are prepared for the actual PERT exam, and then concentrate on the areas you need work on.