<p>I am posting this here for most possible responses.</p>
<p>D2 graduated( high school) in 2008- finished at pre-calc with a B I believe- however- this was using new- new- new- math- which didn't stick/cover what she needs in college. ( She did also pass physics and got an A in chem jr yr- so she is capable of that form of reasoning)</p>
<p>Didn't take math in 2009- because her gap year/work/travel, didn't take math freshman yr in college- because she couldn't pass the placement test for college level math.
( It had been recommended to her to take the placement test while she was still in high school & in the math class- but you guessed it- " It's fine mom- I am too busy")
Finally got her approved for disability services at her college...at the end of the year ( because she kept- forgetting)- </p>
<p>She is planning on taking math at the community college this summer- but the one closest to us- has a poor disability services program ( I used to work there) and still will require a placement test for placement.</p>
<p>Main issue- how to find out where her holes are- and how to help.
( I will hunt out tutors- but anxiety level demands that we don't have to go through too many-she also has too much anxiety- still -around me helping her with school work)</p>
<p>Support so that she can test as high as reasonable for correct placement- If she needs to take intermediate algebra- I don't want her testing into the level below- because then that will waste time and money.</p>