Academic Resource Link offers amazing resources for student use. You must register with you account from your school district. My favorite program is the ACT Prep. You can take mini lessons in English, Math, Reading, or Science. You can also take practice tests!

  1. Register your account (remember you must use your school email)
  2. For ACT Prep, select the College Prep Center
  3. Select Prepare for Your ACT Test
    -Launching the Tuturial opens up many options for lesson and test simulation
Chegg provides live tutors, interactive lesson space, textbooks (purchase and rental), plus much more.

Paul's Online Notes
Professor Paul Dawkins(Lamar University) has written clear lessons for Algebra and Calculus with PreCalc review topics. Practice problems with solutions are included. I highly recommend this site for any student taking dual credit PreCalc as a review of those skills.

Khan Academy
Online video instructions for math, language, history, science, economics, and other essential topics.
Also has links to test prep for many standardized tests.

Adpative Practice Test
This is a 28 question adaptive test that is similar to the GRE test. It is a great way to test your math skills before taking the ACT, COMPASS, or ASVAB math exams.

Algebra Tutorials
West Texas A & M Beginning, Intermediate, and College Algebra tutorials. These lessons are easy to understand with lots of examples and practice problems. If you are having trouble with the explanations in your textbook, try these. Also includes Math for Science lessons.

Math, History, Science lessons and practice tests
Interactive website with plenty of practice and lessons for all core curriculumn.

Online Writing Tutor
"The Online Writing Lab (OWL) at Purdue University houses writing resources and instructional material, and we provide these as a free service of the Writing Lab at Purdue. Students, members of the community, and users worldwide will find information to assist with many writing projects. Teachers and trainers may use this material for in-class and out-of-class instruction." source: Purdue University website

Common Math Errors
Read through these common errors that students make. See if this is where you are having problems understanding your math.

Math Nerds
MathNerds provides free, discovery-based, mathematical guidance via an international, volunteer network of mathematicians

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