If you are enrolled in a classroom on Albert, there are two ways you can practice: your teacher can assign you work or you can practice independently.
To practice on Albert independently:
- Go to Albert and log-in to your Albert account
- Click on ALBERT at the top left
- Locate your class subject(s)
- Example: If you’re in English I, locate High School Grammar, Confused and Misused Words, or Essential Readings
- Click on the green Practice button for the relevant Albert subject you’d like to practice
6. Notice your current proficiency levels by reviewing the color-coded labels at the end of the topic titles. Click on the topic that you’d like to do additional practice in
7. Begin practicing. You can complete previously answered questions as well as unanswered questions to increase your proficiency in relevant topics.
8. Read the explanations to learn and improve. When you practice on Albert, you can see a detailed explanation after you submit an answer. The explanation gives you background information about the question and topic, as well as a justification of why the correct answer is correct and why the incorrect answers are either wrong or distractors.
Additionally, the explanation alerts you to how many people have answered the question correctly. If you answer the question incorrectly, this is helpful to see if other students had similar misconceptions.
If you’re looking to practice a specific standard, read this help article to learn how to
search your subject for questions by standard or keyword.