* Passing on the PERT means earning a score at or above the cut-off range: Math 114 - 150, Reading 106 - 150 and Writing 103 - 150.
The Postsecondary Education Readiness Test (PERT or P.E.R.T.) is the common
students level of math readiness for a career and college entrance.
Benefits of PERT Math Practicing
ACHIEVE a higher math test score on the PERT
START your college education without the need for
remedial math classes.
SAVE time and money and graduate from college faster
Math has always been a thorn in many students education and this remains the case with the PERT. Based on the
passing* rate from the three sections of the PERT, the math section gives students the most challenge, only 2 out.
of 10 students earn a passing score. Therefore, we are encouraging all students to take advantage of a detailed
PERT Math Practice before taking the PERT for the first time or retaking the PERT for a higher course placement.
WELCOME to PERT Math Readiness. Our goal is to give students the most reliable
math practice for the PERT and help to increase the overall PERT math success rate.