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Pressed for time? Our free flashcards for the ACCUPLACER test can quickly help you identify which areas you should focus your energy on when preparing for test day. Whether you’re using them alone or in tandem with our practice test, our flashcards are a quick, fun way to help you prepare for the test day—and do well the first time!
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The English language has a never-ending supply of confusing words. What tense? What person? What ending? How will you ever keep them straight? Well, these flashcards can give you a head start, as you practice usage and find that correct answer.
The ESL Reading Skills section of the ACCUPLACER test evaluates your ability to read and understand English, including the numerous idioms and expressions used in the language. It is important to be familiar with these idioms and expressions because, when combined, words can have different meanings. These flashcards will help you practice understanding some of these expressions and idioms, and get you on your way to a better test score!
Understanding exactly what a sentence means can be difficult, especially if English is not your first language. Practice this important skill with our flashcards and you will be more familiar with some of the confusing phrases used in the English language. Then you can show what you really know when you take the ACCUPLACER ESL Sentence Meaning test.
There are many terms that are only used when studying higher levels of math and when involved in STEM-related and other fields of study. Take a look at these flashcards to help you review some of those terms that could trip you up on a test. Don’t let them!
The Accuplacer Next Generation Arithmetic Test evaluates competency in basic math skills, many of which are used in everyday life. You’ll need to know what to do with the numbers you are given, as well as understand the vocabulary used in the questions. Check out these flashcards to help you with those things.
Math terms can be confusing and, if it is assumed that you understand them to answer questions on a test, they’re important to know. Take advantage of these flashcards to help understand and use the words involved in quantitative reasoning, algebra, and statistics.
The Accuplacer Next Generation Reading Test requires you to know the meaning of some college level words. These will not be words that are specific to any one subject or are particularly technical in nature, but words that could be used within a variety of disciplines. You also need to be familiar with commonly-used literary terms, like main idea, point of view, etc. These flashcards can help you review some of both types of vocabulary and make test day that much less stressful.
A big part of producing great written material is being able to spot mistakes. These flashcards will give you some practice in doing just that. You will look for punctuation, grammar, word order, and usage errors in sentences. Just be aware that there may be a few sentences with no error at all. Can you find them?
While we cannot give you feedback on your actual writing through flashcards, we can help you practice some of those spelling, usage, and punctuation skills that will contribute to a better score on your ACCUPLACER essay. Think of it as proofreading practice which is a very important part of any essay writing test.
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