NY Regents Exam - Integrated Algebra: Test Prep & Practice

The Integrated Algebra Regents Examination is one of three mathematics tests New York students can choose from when pursuing their Regents Diploma. Review the lessons in this Education Portal study guide to help you prepare for the Integrated Algebra Regents Exam. 

About the Course

If you're a high school student in New York State, you need to earn a Regents Diploma to satisfy graduation requirements. This includes passing Regents Exams in each of the following topics: comprehensive English, mathematics, global history, U.S. history and science. For your math exam, you can choose to focus on integrated algebra, geometry or algebra 2/trigonometry, unless you're seeking a Regents Diploma with Advanced Designation, in which case you'll need to pass all three math exams.

Education Portal called on its team of experienced professional math instructors to put together this online study guide for the Integrated Algebra Regents Exam. Our brief video lessons provide a refresher on decimals and fractions, exponents, algebraic distribution and functions. You'll be reminded how to factor by grouping, graph functions and solve problems involving Venn diagrams. You'll also review the basics of trigonometry and well-known equations, such as the quadratic formula and the absolute-value inequality. Other topics covered in this chapter on integrated algebra include the following:

  • Number theory and basic arithmetic
  • Radical expressions and equations
  • Algebraic linear equations and inequalities
  • Matrices and absolute value
  • Quadratics and polynomials
  • Rational expressions
  • Calculations with ratios, percentages and proportions
  • Probability and statistics
  • Working with data
  • Measurement and geometry for algebra students

The Integrated Algebra Regents Exam features around 40 questions, which are a mixture of multiple choice and constructed response. You'll be provided with a ruler and a graphing calculator to complete this exam, which has a 3-hour time limit. The Integrated Algebra Regents Exam is offered in January, June and August.

Integrated Algebra Regents Exam Preparation

Each lesson in Education Portal's integrated algebra study guide features a video presentation, written transcript and self-assessment quiz. The video lessons can be watched in just 5-10 minutes, and their light, easy-to-follow manner makes reviewing for the Regents Exam easy and fun. The transcripts are a great option for students who learn best by reading, and even if you've also watched the video, they can help reinforce what you've learned. You can complete each lesson by taking the short, multiple-choice quiz; the quiz questions are designed to resemble what you'll see on the Regents Exam.

Integrated Algebra Regents Exam Scoring

Multiple-choice questions on the Integrated Algebra Regents Exam are worth two points each, while constructed-response questions count for 2-4 points, depending on the complexity of the question. Teachers who score the exam use a rubric for the constructed-response questions, and in some cases, you can earn partial credit for a wrong answer as long as you've shown your work. The integrated algebra test is scored on a 100-point scale. You need at least a 65 to qualify for a Regents Diploma.

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