You can search for questions across our content by:

  1. Question text (prompt, answer options, and explanation)
  2. Content tag
  3. Learning standard (Common Core, NGSS, ACT, and College Board)

Albert's Universal Search tool can be accessed from any subject guide by clicking the "Find Questions" search bar.

Note: All Albert searches are based on exact matches. The means that the broader your search term, the more likely you are to find results. For example, if you search for the tag "evolution-mechanism" you will find only results with that specific label. If, however, you search the keyword "evolution" you will see results for "evolution-mechanism" and "evolution-and-diversity-of-life."

Albert questions are tagged based on the content areas they cover. You can find questions related to specific content tags or keywords by using Albert's search tool. 

To start a new search, navigate to the subject you are interested in and type your search term into the search bar located at the top of the screen and click enter.

Searching for a known tag

If you know the name of the content tag you are looking for, type it into Albert's search bar and choose "Tag" from the dropdown menu as shown above. 

Searching for a tag from a question

If you are have already found a question on Albert associated to the tag you are interested in searching for, you can find search for similar questions by clicking on a tag at the bottom of the question explanation.

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