## How do I study for PERT?

The best preparation for the PERT includes taking practice tests and working on areas of weakness. Be sure to use practice materials that have a variety of question types and that cover all kinds of questions you might find on the actual PERT.

**Is the PERT test difficult?**

The PERT test can be hard, so it’s important to prepare. Although it’s not a pass/fail test, students who do well can skip remedial courses and save money and time, so the stakes are high. Scores range from 50 to 150, and math is generally considered to be the hardest section of the test.

**What should I study for the PERT math test?**

PERT Exam Overview

- linear equations, linear inequalities, literal equation, and quadratic formulas.
- simultaneous linear equations with two variables.
- evaluating algebraic expressions.
- translating between lines and inspecting equations on coordinate planes.
- dividing by binomials and monomials.

### Should you study for the PERT?

You cannot pass or fail the P.E.R.T. – it is only used to determine which courses are best for you. While it doesn’t impact your grades, we encourage you to take the P.E.R.T. seriously so that your course placement is accurate.

**What score do you need to pass the PERT?**

Currently, a score of at least 114 is required on the Math section in order to skip basic and remedial classes, while a student will need to achieve a 103 on the Writing section as well as a 106 in Reading in order to qualify for regular freshman level English classes.

**How many times can I take the PERT?**

Every student can take the PERT test as many times as they want to. The first attempt is free of charge and every subsequent retest will cost $4 per attempt. If a student wants to retake the PERT they must wait 14 days before being allowed another attempt.

#### What is a good PERT score?

Individuals who earn a score of 114-122 can enroll in Intermediate Algebra, a college-level math class. Scores of 123 or more increase the number of mathematics courses a student is eligible to take. Students who score below 114 must take developmental education or remedial courses.

**What algebra is on the PERT?**

Algebra: Simplifying and evaluating algebraic expressions. Solving equations, inequalities, literal equations, and word problems. Graphing, linear equations in two variables, functions, and systems of equations.

**Is the PERT test multiple choice?**

The test will be presented entirely in multiple choice format, and is administered digitally. As stated above, the PERT exam splits off into three core subjects.

## Is 84 good on a test?

A – is the highest grade you can receive on an assignment, and it’s between 90% and 100% B – is still a pretty good grade! This is an above-average score, between 80% and 89% C – this is a grade that rests right in the middle.

**What happens if you fail the PERT?**

Yes. If you fail the exam, you will be able to retake it. However, retake policies may be different in each school district. You should wait at least 45 days before retaking the exam to study.

**What if I fail the PERT test?**

### What happens if I don’t pass the PERT?

Can a student fail P.E.R.T.? No, a student cannot fail the P.E.R.T. The purpose of the P.E.R.T. is to guide accurate course placement based on the student’s skills and abilities. Test scores are used to determine whether a student is ready for college-level coursework.

**How do you pass PERT math?**

PERT Practice Methods

- Take your first PERT practice test and make note of each question as described above.
- Use the free PERT study materials provided by Mometrix Academy to improve your understanding of the concepts you struggled with.
- Take another practice test, but try to use your resources as little as possible.

**What are passing PERT scores?**

#### What happens if I don’t pass the PERT test?

**Can you use a calculator on PERT test?**

Students are not allowed to use personal or school-provided calculators while taking P.E.R.T. An on-screen calculator will appear within the testing window of the mathematics subtest for specific questions.

**What is a good PERT test score?**

Mathematics Scores Individuals who earn a score of 114-122 can enroll in Intermediate Algebra, a college-level math class. Scores of 123 or more increase the number of mathematics courses a student is eligible to take. Students who score below 114 must take developmental education or remedial courses.

## Do you have a study guide for the PERT?

Our FREE study guides for the PERT give you the basic reading, writing, and math concepts you need to know for test day. Read up on all three subjects, or focus only on the one you have the most trouble with- it’s up to you!

**What is the purpose of the postsecondary education readiness test?**

The purpose of Florida’s Postsecondary Education Readiness Test (P.E.R.T.) is to adequately assess your academic skills in mathematics, reading and writing through the delivery of three assessments, one for each of these areas. The results of these assessments are used to determine your placement into appropriate courses at your college.

**What is the PERT test?**

Institutions in the Florida College System use the PERT, or the Postsecondary Education Readiness Test, to gauge prospective students’ fluency with a range of math concepts in order to determine which math course to place them into at the school.

### How to score well on the PERT writing test?

Go to study guides Anytime you are writing for a score, you want to know what things are important to score well. It’s no different with the PERT Writing Test and this study guide will help you focus on those things the scorers are seeking, like staying on topic and following grammar rules…and much more!