This page has an assortment of study guides/assessments

that will help students prepare for their exam.



Study Guide for Goal 1 - Students can expect 15 questions from this goal which involves the following:
  • law of exponents,
  • add, subtract and multiply polynomials
  • Factor polynomials
  • use formulas to solve problems
  • combine like terms
  • demonstrate knowledge of direct variation (model and solve)




Study Guide for Goal 2 - Students can expect 7 questions from this goal which involves the following:
  • Finding the lengths and midpoints of a line
  • Using parallel and perpendicular properties to solve and graph equations



Study Guide for Goal 3 - Students can expect 19 questions from this goal which involves the following:
  • Use matrices to display and interpret (solve) problems
  • Use matrices to add, subtract, and multiply (SCALAR only) to solve problems
  • If given a set of data - write and equation and/or solve real world problems



Study Guide for Goal 4 - Students can expect 23 questions from this goal which involves the following:
  • Use linear equations and inequalities to solve problems
  • Quadratic functions - graph, factor and solve (zeros, roots, solutions)
  • Systems of Equations (both linear and inequalities) - graph, recognize solution, solve word problems
  • Exponential functions - graph and evaluate, recognize decay and growth equations



Essential 36 - Ray Cloyd from Ashbrook pieced together this great study guide that gives the "Essential" content students need in order to master the Algebra 1 content.


Essential Questions - Shelly Gibson from Ashbrook gives students questions they should be able to answer as the prepare for the EOC. Students should also know essential formulas, which are tested frequently the days before the exam.


So we know students need the magic 36 questions to be "proficient". So I decided to make mini tests made up of 17 questions which are proportionate to the essential 36! Hence, Successful Seventeen!!