60 Points Total

Each module is worth 30 possible points

- 18 points from multiple choice questions (1 point each)
- 12 points from 3 constructed response questions (4 points each)

Total questions on test:

- 23 multiple choice
- 4 constructed response

The Main Assessment Anchors (Approximately Ten Points for Each)

1.1 Operations

1.2 Linear Equations and Systems

1.3 Linear Inequalities and Systems

2.1 Functions and Patterns

2.2 Coordinate Geometry (Slope/Rate, Equations of Lines)

2.3 Probability and Data Analysis

1. Keystone Information with Sample Questions

2019

2018

2017

2016 (the graphs do not show on this, so they are described in words - this will NOT be like that on the Keystones, but some questions are fine to review on this one)

2015

2014

2011

2. Another school has created a lot of practice assignments and PowerPoints to help study. https://sites.google.com/site/keystonealgebrareview/

Links to the reviews are here in case they are deleted.

#1 Real Number System

#2 Properties of Real Numbers

#3 Algebraic Expressions

#4 Equations

#5 Absolute Values & Inequalities

#6 Relations & Functions

#7 Graphing I: Points & Lines

#8 Graphing II: Absolute Values & Inequalities

#9 Systems of Equations

#10 Word Problems & Applications

Review #1

Review #2

Review #3

Review #4

Review #5

3.

The Khan Academy has many, many topics in algebra and other areas of mathematics, science, etc. The practice sections relevant to the Keystone Algebra 1 test in the Khan Academy LEARN center are organized below. Each link contains interactive practice, hints, worked out solutions and links to video instruction if needed (The video links are on the lower right hand side of the page.)

After logging in, select an assessment area that needs improvement. There are many different areas you can focus on through Khan Academy, but below are links to

(Please remember that every section under the modules is worth approximately the same amount of points. This Module, although worth the same as others, has much more practice in it.)

Combining Like Terms

Exponent Rules

Exponent Rules Continued

Simplifying Expressions with Exponents

Multiplying Polynomials

Factoring Difference of Squares

Simplifying Radicals

Writing Expressions

Linear_Equations

Linear_Equation_Word_Problems

Systems of Equations with Elimination Part:1

Systems of Equations with Elimination

Systems of Equations with Substitution

Systems of Equations Word Problems

Linear Inequalities

Graphs of Inequalities

Graphing Systems of Inequalities

Domain and Range

Identifying_Points

Finding Equations of Lines from Tables

Slope of a Line

Solving_for_the_y-intercept

Line Graph Intuition

Graphing Linear Equations

Slope Intercept Form

Converting between Slope Intercept and Standard Form

Point Slope Form

Probability

Independent_Probability

Stem_and_Leaf_Plots

Mean, Median_and_Mode

Box_and_Whisker_Plots

4. Although this is not specific to the Keystone, Pennsylvania used to be apart of the PARCC consortium. This consortium has practice problems online that can help students get used to the idea of taking a year end Algebra assessment on the computer.

https://parcc.pearson.com/practice-tests/math/

When on this website, click on the Algebra I section and take a practice test.