A proper practice for the PERT test is the most important part of achieving success on test day. According

to a report by the StateImpact Florida, "an extremely high number of students earned low scores on the.

PERT test" partly because of not practicing thoroughly before taking the PERT. We would like to change

this situation for all students. Hence, we are recommending the following resources below to help

students get the practice needed for the PERT Test in Mathematics, Reading and Writing.

The key to success on the PERT test is preparation. Considering the the importance of the PERT test, you

have made a great start by being here, finding the information to help you prepare for your test. As you

embark upon your practice, there are three main types of PERT practice tests you will see during your.

practice: insufficient, inconsistent or comprehensive. Below outlines these types of PERT practice tests.

questions and / or gives questions that may not relate directly to the questions tested on the PERT.

from one topic to another without any organized pattern. In this format, many key test questions.

may be missed along the way.

cover two or three remedial course sequences. With this practice it may be difficult to determine

the specific types of questions that are tested on the PERT test.

With this guide in mind, you should carefully look at the type of PERT practice test you are using to

determine your best path for a complete PERT practice in each subtest area. We hope this helps with

your practice for the PERT test and we wish you all the best with your practicing.

The PERT test is one of the most important tests Florida students take to start their college education

or finish their high school education. Scores from the PERT test are used to determine students level

of college readiness; scores lower than the PERT test cut-off range* will require students to complete.

several remedial classes in Math, Reading and English before attempting college level courses.

We understand that preparing for the PERT Test can be a frustrating task. Where do I start, what

questions do I practice, and how am I going to learn this Math, Reading and Writing - I've been out.

of school for a while and I haven't done much in the way of school work. And, my schedule is so full,

where am I going to find the time to start or even finish a complete practice for the PERT?.

Your practice doesn't have to be frustrating. You can start slowly with just one section at a time and

gradually work your way through each section to learn all the types of questions needed for the PERT.

* Remedial - extra preparatory courses; these courses do not give degree credits to students in college.

* PERT Test Score Cut-Off Range - PERT Math: 114 PERT Reading: 106 PERT Writing: 103

The **P**ostsecondary **E**ducation **R**eadiness **T**est (PERT or P.E.R.T.) is the common placement test used in the

Florida College System and Florida’s high schools to determine students college or career readiness. The

test has three subtests in Math, Reading and Writing. Each subtest has 30 multiple choice questions.

The test is computer adaptive, meaning that the computer program chooses your next question based on

your previous answer. Students are not allowed to go back after answering a question. There is no time

limit for completing the PERT. On the math subtest, students cannot use a calculator for most questions;

a pop-up calculator is available for specific questions on the test.

to retake the PERT test to earn a higher score and place into college-level courses.

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