**GENERAL MATHEMATICS**

REMEDIAL HIGH SCHOOL COURSE

*Please note: This course is presented for students of any age who need mathematics lessons/review before progressing to an algebra 1 course. It focuses on general mathematics and pre-algebra topics. There is no corresponding college-level exam; this course aligns with an 8th grade-level mathematics program. Students with a good background in basic mathematics may skip this course and move directly to algebra 1.*

PRIMARY SOURCES:

Basic Math (8th Grade Math)

Prentice Hall Mathematics Books companion site - click on the link to the book you need (Pre-algebra). From there you can access dozens of "Homework Video Tutors," quizzes, tests, and even an end-of-course exam.

Pre-Algebra Workbook

PASS Pre-Algebra. (Scroll down to the bottom.) This is the student edition only, on the Wayback Machine. Please see the blog for information on how to order free CDs with all the PASS textbooks and teacher editions. You may also be interested in the Mathematics 3 and Liberal Arts Mathematics books on the same page.

Mathematics worksheets - The Parent & Student Study Guide contains worksheets with explanations and answer keys.

ADDITIONAL RESOURCES:

Pre-Algebra video lessons - requires free iTunes software

Equations

The Video Math Tutor

Pre-algebra: A Complete Course of Study

Pre-algebra Worksheets

Test Prep Mathematics

Math for Morons Like Us - Pre-algebra Lessons

General Mathematics Flashcards

TESTING PRACTICE AND FINAL EXAM:

Math Quizzes

Math study guides and End-of-Course exams

**Recommended Course of Study:**

You can download the PASS textbook, to get started. but be sure to also request the free CD-ROMs. Design a study schedule. Complete the lessons from the Basic Math (8th Grade) website. (You may want to print any practice lesson results for a record of your work.) Visit the Prentice Hall website for video lessons and practice quizzes. Work through the Pre-algebra Workbook and worksheets. The additional resources are provided for extra practice and help. Finish the course by taking some practice quizzes and then one or both of the End-of-Course exams.