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David Moursund

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Registered: 5/9/08
[ncsm-members] Using College Math Placement Tests for self-assessment
Posted: Jun 11, 2014 2:18 PM
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Hi NCSM members:

Recently I have spent quite a bit of time looking at college math placement tests. I have produced two publications that will interest you and your students.

An Introduction to College Math Placement Testing available at

This is an IAE Blog entry associated with the much longer IAE-pedia entry listed below.

Exploring the College Math Placement Testing Process available at

This IAE-pedia article discusses a wide variety of math placement tests and other math tests. Designed for secondary school math teachers and their students. Also oriented toward elementary school math teachers, teachers of math teachers, and parents of students of high school students. Includes (and discusses) a number of pre-algebra questions.



The following IAE Blog entry that I wrote a little over a month ago is proving to be a huge success. Spend a minute reading it and please help to spread the word.

Hungry Children?America?s Shame. Available at

Dave Moursund
Emeritus Professor
University of Oregon


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