The Algebra II Regents Review course returns students to the most important concepts of this challenging math course and provides practice and guidance for success on the exam.
The course is led by an experienced, licensed Algebra teacher, who will review several general topics: number and quantity, algebra, functions, statistics, and probability. Students will return to concepts like real and complex numbers, polynomials, equations and inequalities, functions, linear, quadratic, and exponential models, trigonometric functions, interpreting statistical data, inferences and conclusions, and probability. The review course is streamlined to focus on the most essential of these topics as they appear on the Regents exam.
The Algebra II exam includes multiple-choice and constructed response questions, both of which will be addressed in our review course. Students will receive a variety of practice questions and spend ample time reviewing tips and strategies for approaching the exam.