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Answers:Go to any college bookstore and check out the PLATO online math series. This series has some problems if you are learning higher level math, but it's perfect for a refresher course. You can't get online with it unless you are enrolled in the class, but here's the great part: For only $5-$10 you will get the PLATO book and software. The book is like any math book, with example problems and exercises (answers to the odd problems are in the back). The software will explain, step by step, the procedures in the book. Like I said...you can't get online with it unless you are enrolled but for less than $10, it's a bargain. A normal college math book costs $50 to $70, as I'm sure you know. I was astonished when my book only cost $6. Furthermore, the only reason you would need to use the online portion is if you were taking the tests for college credit. (The tests, by the way, will still be available to you). Good luck.
Answers:There is an online program that I use with my students that may be helpful. Check out www.k12.aleks.com You have to buy a license which is usually $30-$40, but it is well worth the money. They do have a free trial to see if you like it before purchasing. Good luck!
Answers:How do you learn best? Would it help to have someone tutor you one-on-one? Here's a website that looks promising: http://www.algebra.com It is free and there are online tutors to help answer questions. If you want help from someone face-tof-face, check out the local colleges. They usually have mathematics centers with tutors who can help. Or if you have any questions, feel free to ask. :) Good luck with your exam!
Answers:Hiring a private tutor for one-on-one tutoring is the best way to go. However, if money is an issue, you can opt for online tutoring instead. Try some online tutoring services like: 1) http://www.tuitionplaza.com/tutoring/ - tutoring by retired teachers and volunteers (free) 2) http://www.tutor.com - tutoring by professional tutors (not free) 3) ... and many more (use search engine). Think ouside the box and you'll have more options! Good luck!