Our goal is to help you get the fastest and most reliable
practice for the PERT placement test so you can start.
your college education or finish high school with.
passing scores on the most important test that.
determines your college and career future.
The Postsecondary Education Readiness Test (PERT or P.E.R.T.) is the common placement test Florida's high
schools and 28 community-state colleges use to determine students level of readiness for a career and for.
initial placement into Math and English courses in college.
There are three subtests on the PERT Test: Math, Reading and Writing. Each subtest has 30 questions.
Based on your PERT scores, your placement courses can range from remedial courses to college-level courses.
It's very important to prepare properly before taking the PERT test, so you are not placed into several extra.
remedial classes that can take up hundreds or even.thousands of hours of your time and cost you thousands
of dollars in college tuition.
You ACHIEVE much higher PERT test scores
You START your college education or finish high school without having
to take extra remedial classes in Math and English.
You SAVE time & money and graduate from college up to 2 years faster.
*Passing on the PERT test means earning test scores in the range:
Math 114 - 150, Reading 106 - 150 and Writing 103 - 150.
Source - PERT Practice Test: Reading and Writing
PERT Practice Test Guides for Florida Students
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Easy PERT Practice Test Guides.