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How do I take an Albert assessment?
How do I take an Albert assessment?

Take full advantage of your Albert subscription by completing Albert assessments.

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Written by Nate Rodriguez
Updated over a week ago

Note: This article is intended for students who have purchased an Albert subscription. If you use Albert at your school, please disregard this article and connect with your teacher for practice opportunities.

Some Albert subjects offer assessments in addition to practice questions. For example, many of our AP® subjects offer full-length practice exams and unit assessments. You can use Albert assessments to practice for an upcoming AP®, SAT®, or ACT® exam or to assess your subject mastery.

To complete an assessment, follow these steps:

  1. Navigate to your subject

  2. Locate the Assessments tab

  3. Click on either the entire assessment (i.e. AP® US History Practice Exam #1) or on the specific parts you want to complete (i.e Multiple Choice Questions, Short Answers, or FRQs and DBQs).

  4. If you are ready to begin the assessment, click Start Assessment.

  5. Complete selected sections and submit

Once you have completed the assessment, you can view your results and Albert's explanations. To view your results, follow these steps:

  1. In your subject’s Assessment tab, click the section(s) you completed

  2. Here you can view your accuracy on each section of the assessment

  3. Click any previously completed questions to view your guess and the correct Albert explanation

After reviewing your results, you can retake the assessment or answer related questions in the Practice tab.

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