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Which Math Goes First?

Which Math Goes First?
As teenagers struggle to figure out the order of operations in algebra, parents have their own worries.  They are trying to figure out if there’s a specific order to follow for high school math.  It can be confusing!  What comes first? Should you take Algebra 2 after Algebra 1, or should Geometry come next? Each math curriculum will have a their own order of high school classes. Some textbooks do it one way, and some do...
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Guest — Lois
This is what I always thought, but my son has not finished algebra 1 yet, although he is 15. Reason being, he switched from ALEKS ... Read More
Saturday, 27 July 2013 09:21
Guest — Lee
Lynn, it looks like either Alg 2 or Geometry will be a good fit and good timing. If you are using a curriculum that you like, do ... Read More
Saturday, 27 July 2013 08:48
Guest — SoCalLynn
My daughter is 13 and entering 9th grade. She completed Algebra 1 last year and did very well, so I was planning on having her con... Read More
Saturday, 27 July 2013 08:39
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High School Math - How Fast Can You Run?

High School Math - How Fast Can You Run?
One mom wrote to me, concerned that her child's SAT scores might be low because he hadn't yet finished Algebra 2.  She wondered if they would be better off rushing through Algebra 2 at break-neck speed, hoping to increase his test scores. I do think that being 1/2 way through Algebra 2 may have affected the scores.  When finished with the course, math section scores should increase.  It can help if you re-take the test in...
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Consumer Math or Algebra 2?

Consumer Math or Algebra 2?
Traci asks:  Our daughter has taken Algebra I and Geometry.  She would really like to take Consumer Math, and begin a small online business, instead of taking Algebra II.  My question is:  How does this look to colleges?  It seems that when I look at what everyone else is doing, they always include those 3 maths. Tracy,If your daughter wants to go to college, then Algebra 2 would be very important.  It's extremely helpful to take...
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Guest — Me
Hey I took Consumer math instead and still got accepted to a University!
Monday, 07 May 2018 23:11
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