The Math Section of the **College Level Academic Skills Testing**
program consists of 56 objectives divided into five subtests: **Arithmetic,
Algebra, Geometry, Statistics, and Logical Reasoning**. Each question
on the Math Sample Exams covers one of the 56 objectives (a list of the
objectives appear below). These 56 questions should be completed in 90
minutes. A timer has been placed at the top of each test for you to keep
track of the amount of time it takes you to complete the test. (The timer will not stop your test after 90 minutes expires)

When you have finished the sample test, press the **"All Done Check & Score
Test"** button. This will grade the test as well as divide the grade into
five subtest grades. The Pop-up window will show your correct and
incorrect responses. You may print this results window from the menubar of the popup window.

After checking the test and correcting your answers, you may press the
"Submit Answers" button. Your self-test is **confidential to you and only
you**. This **"Submit Answers"** button will send **only you** an email with a record of your testing: your responses, the correct answers, the subtest
scores, the total test score, and the time elapsed to complete the test.

A diagnostic assessment (Prescription) will also be included in this email with links to subtest powerpoint slides, subtest online videos, sample subtests, and additional 56 question practice tests.

No records of these tests are kept by anyone: not USF, not the server manager, not Ignacio Bello, nor the author of this program. The only record is the email sent to you.

These five following Interactive 56 question Sample Exams are from the CLAST math generator prepared by Ignacio Bello:

CLAST Math Sample Exam #2

CLAST Math Sample Exam #3

CLAST Math Sample Exam #5

Please note in test #4 and #5 above, all questions are scrambled

In addition to the five tests above, we have the following practice Subtests, PowerPoint Slides, and online videos for student having specific subtest problems:

CLAST Arithmetic Sample Subtest #2

Slide Presentation #2: CLAST Prep Arithmetic PowerPoint

VIDEO #1 CLAST Prep: Arithmetic (1 hour Streaming Video) (42k-100k for all Connections)

CLAST Algebra Sample Subtest #2

Slide Presentation #2: CLAST Prep Algebra PowerPoint

VIDEO #2 CLAST Prep: Algebra (1 Hour Streaming Video)(Same Professor Bello Intro)

CLAST Geometry and Measurement Sample Subtest #2

Slide Presentation #2: CLAST Prep Geometry PowerPoint

VIDEO #3 CLAST Prep: Geometry(1 Hour Streaming Video)(Same Professor Bello Intro)

CLAST Statistics and Probability Sample Subtest #2

Slide Presentation #2: CLAST Prep Satistics/Probabilit PowerPoint

VIDEO #4 CLAST Prep: Statistics and Probability(1 Hour Streaming Video)(Same Professor Bello Intro)

CLAST Logical Reasoning Sample Subtest #2

Slide Presentation #2: CLAST Prep Logical Reasoning PowerPoint

VIDEO #5 CLAST Prep: Logical Reasoning(1 Hour Streaming Video)(Same Professor Bello Intro)

You can obtain additional information at Florida Department of Education Web Site.

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The following are the official state mandated math objectives for the CLAST exam:

IA1b: Multiply and divide rational numbers

IA2a: Add and subtract rational numbers in decimal form

IA2b: Multiply and divide rational numbers in decimal form

IA3: Calculate percent increase and percent decrease

IA4: Solve the sentence a% of b is c, where values for two of the variables are given

IIA1: Recognize the meaning of exponents

IIA2: Recognize the role of the base number in determining place value in the base-ten numeration system

IIA3: Identify equivalent forms of positive rational numbers involving decimals, percents and fractions

IIA4: Determine the order relation between real numbers

IIA5: Identify a reasonable estimate of a sum, average, or product of numbers

IIIA1:Infer relations between numbers in general by examining particular number pairs

IVA1:Solve real world problems which do not require the use of variables and which do not involve percent

IVA2: Solve real-world problems which do not require the use of variables and do require the use of percent

IVA3: Solve problems that involve the structure and logic of arithmetic

IB2a:Calculate distances

IB2b: Calculate areas

IB2c: Calculate volumes

IIB1: Identify relationships between angle measures

IIB2: Classify simple plane figures by recognizing their properties

IIB3: Recognize similar triangles and their properties

IIB4: Identify appropriate units of measurement for geometric objects

IIIBl: Infer formulas for measuring geometric figures

IIIB2:Identify applicable formulas for measuring geometric figures

IVB1: Solve real-world problems involving perimeters, areas, volumes of geometric figures

IVB2: Solve real-world problems involving the Pythagorean theorem

IClb: Multiply and divide real numbers

IC2: Apply order-of-operations agreement to computations involving numbers and variables

IC3: Use scientific notation in calculations involving very large or very small measurements

IC4a: Solve linear equations

IC4b: Solve linear inequalities

IC5: Use given formulas to compute results, when geometric measurements are not involved

IC6: Find particular values of a function

IC7: Factor a quadratic expression

IC8: Find solutions to quadratic equation

IC9: Solve a system of two linear equations in two unknowns

IIC1: Use properties of operations correctly

IIC2: Determine whether a particular number is among the solutions of a given equation or inequality

IIC3: Recognize statements and conditions of proportionality and variation

IIC4: Identify regions of the coordinate plane which correspond to specified conditions and vice versa

IIIC2: Use applicable properties to select equivalent equations and inequalities

IVC1: Solve real world problems involving the use of variables aside from commonly used geometric formulas

IVC2: Solve problems that involve the structure and logic of algebra

ID2: Determine the mean, median, and mode of a set of numbers

ID3: Use the fundamental counting principle

IID1: Recognize properties and interrelationships among the mean, median, and mode in a variety of distributions

IID2: Choose the most appropriate procedure for selecting an unbiased sample from a target population

IID3: Identify the probability of a specified outcome in an experiment

IIID1:Infer relations and makes accurate predictions from studying statistical data

IVD1:Interpret real-world data involving frequency and cumulative frequency tables

IVD2: Solve real-world problem involving probabilities

IIE1: Identify statements equivalent to the negations of simple and compound statements

IIE2: Determine equivalence or non-equivalence of statements

IIE3: Draw logical conclusions from data

IIE4: Recognize that an argument may not be valid even though its conclusion is true

IIIE1: Recognize valid reasoning patterns as illustrated by valid arguments in everyday language

IIIE2: Select applicable rules for transforming statements without affecting their meaning

IVE1: Draw logical conclusions when facts warrant them

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