THEA and ACCUPLACER Math Study Session
If you are needing just a quick review or you
are sweating bullets at the thought of another math test and
an in-depth review for the math part of the Texas Higher Education
Assessment (THEA) or the ACCUPLACER test, you have
come to the right place.
to offer you this online study session for the math part of the THEA or
ACCUPLACER test. It is accessible 24/7 to anyone that has access
If this is your first visit to our website, please read
note to those taking the math part of the ACCUPLACER test:
Even though I refer
THEA test throughout this website, if you are planning to take the
ACCUPLACER test this website can also help
you. The content of the math part of the THEA and the ACCUPLACER
are similar, they just may be labeled differently.
believe that if you have the mathematical concepts down, then you
be able to answer a wide variety of questions that use those concepts
no matter how the questions are asked.
To get the most out of
view the sections in the order that they are listed below and follow
Please click on the section of the
study session you
wish to visit:
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