Columbia Math Placement Exams

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  1. KP222

    KP222 New Member

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    I am thinking about enrolling in Columbia's postbac program this January and have to take the Math I and II placement exams to see if I am prepared to take calculus. Considering I haven't looked at a math problem in nearly 5 years, does anyone have any recommendations as to how I should prepare? Would a algebra review book suffice? Or are the tests hard enough to warrant actually digging up my math books from high school and going through those?

    I'd appreciate any help. Thanks!
     
  2. madonna

    madonna Senior Member
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    i think all placement tests are similar. definetly review algebra, and i'd review trig. or just get a precalc book, it shall have all the stuff you need to know
    good luck
     

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