DIAGNOSTIC TESTS
All courses that are listed below have a diagnostic exam. The point of these diagnostic exams is to provide feedback as to what topics the student should refresh on and determine if this course is right for you. You will receive feedback a few days before the course starts.
However, performing poorly on the diagnostic exam will not prevent you from enrolling in the course. Even if we recommend that you shouldn't take the course you signed up for, you may still enroll in that course.
Math
AB Calculus  PreCalc Diagnostic
BC Calculus  PreCalc Honors Diagnostic
Computer Science
AP Computer Science  Coding Fundamentals Diagnostic
Physics
AP Physics C: Mechanics  PreCalc Diagnostic & Algebra Physics Diagnostic
Standardized Testing Prep
Each Standardized Testing Prep course will have a diagnostic corresponding to its subject. For example, you would take a SAT Math diagnostic if you wanted to enroll in SAT Math. These diagnostics will be practice SAT sections.
DIAGNOSTIC INFO
PRECALCULUS HONORS (TEST FOR BC CALCULUS)
This test measures your aptitude in various precalculus concepts that are required for BC Calculus. It will contain 18 multiple choice questions as well as 5 free response questions. Although the test is designed to be taken in 45 minutes, students will have 1 hour to complete the test.
Here are a list of topics that will be tested:

Ellipses and Hyperbolas

Arithmetic progressions and geometric progressions

Polar coordinates

Quadratic Equations

Absolute value functions and graphs

Rational roots

Long division of polynomials


Domain and Range

Inverse functions

Exponential equations

Compound interest and exponential growth/decay


Logarithms

Properties of logarithms


Trigonometry

Trig Identities
 Trig formulas (double angle, half angle etc.)

Trig equations

Trig graphs

PRECALCULUS (TEST FOR AB CALCULUS / AP PHYSICS C: MECHANICS)
This test measures your aptitude in various precalculus concepts that are used in AB Calculus and AP Physics C: Mechanics. Unlike the precalculus honors diagnostic test, this test will not test ellipses and hyperbolas, arithmetic and geometric progressions, and polar coordinates. In total, the test will contain 15 multiple choice questions and 5 free response questions, all of which will be designed to completed in 45 minutes. However, students will have 1 hour to complete the test.
Here are a list of topics that will be tested:

Quadratic Equations

Absolute value functions and graphs

Rational roots

Long division of polynomials


Domain and Range

Inverse functions

Exponential equations

Compound interest and exponential growth/decay


Logarithms

Properties of logarithms


Trigonometry

Trig Identities
 Trig formulas (double angle, half angle etc.)

Trig equations

Trig graphs

CODING FUNDAMENTALS
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ALGEBRA PHYSICS
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