# Free Algebra 1 Practice Tests

### All Algebra 1 Resources

## Practice Tests by Concept

### How to use foil in the distributive property practice test

**Average Time Spent**: 32 mins

### How to use the grid method for foil practice test

**Average Time Spent**: 1 mins 43 secs

### How to find the solution for a system of equations practice test

**Average Time Spent**: 30 mins

### How to find out when an equation has no solution practice test

**Average Time Spent**: 2 mins 26 secs

### How to find the solution to a rational equation with lcd practice test

**Average Time Spent**: 6 mins

### How to find the solution to an equation practice test

**Average Time Spent**: 1 hrs 37 mins

### How to find the solution to a quadratic equation practice test

**Average Time Spent**: 16 mins

### How to find the solution to an inequality with addition practice test

**Average Time Spent**: 8 mins

### How to find the solution to an inequality with multiplication practice test

**Average Time Spent**: 5 mins

### How to find the solution to an inequality with subtraction practice test

**Average Time Spent**: 2 mins 58 secs

### How to use the quadratic function practice test

**Average Time Spent**: 1 mins 56 secs

### How to find the endpoints of a line segment practice test

**Average Time Spent**: 32 secs

### How to find the answer to an arithmetic sequence practice test

**Average Time Spent**: 12 secs

### How to graph an inequality with a number line practice test

**Average Time Spent**: 3 mins

### How to multiply a monomial by a polynomial practice test

**Average Time Spent**: 9 mins

### How to multiply monomial quotients practice test

**Average Time Spent**: 1 mins 29 secs

### How to find the solution of a rational equation with a binomial denominator practice test

**Average Time Spent**: 3 mins

### How to find the solution to a binomial problem practice test

**Average Time Spent**: 3 mins

### How to multiply binomials with the distributive property practice test

**Average Time Spent**: 7 mins

### How to find the degree of a polynomial practice test

**Average Time Spent**: 1 mins 48 secs

### All Algebra 1 Resources

## Practice Quizzes

### All Algebra 1 Resources

### All Algebra 1 Resources

### All Algebra 1 Resources

### All Algebra 1 Resources

### All Algebra 1 Resources

### All Algebra 1 Resources

### All Algebra 1 Resources

### All Algebra 1 Resources

### All Algebra 1 Resources

### All Algebra 1 Resources

Algebra I is a course designed to give students a firm understanding of mathematical equations that involve variables, as well as to teach them the basics of graphing and manipulating simple functions. Students typically take Algebra I around eighth or ninth grade, though some may take the class earlier or later, after they have had a course in Pre-Algebra, but before attempting such topics as Algebra II, Geometry, or more difficult math classes. By establishing solid footing in Algebra I, students can prepare themselves for success in later math and science courses, all of which assume knowledge of algebraic concepts.

Typically, the first thing students learn how to do in Algebra I is solve a single-variable equation—that is, an equation in which there is only one variable, “x.” Students then learn to graph linear functions in the “y = mx + b” format; this part of the course introduces the concepts of slope, y-intercept, and x-intercept, and teaches students to graph linear equations. A major part of Algebra I is learning to convert information from equations to graphs and from graphs to equations, and understanding how to analyze equations and graphs as related concepts is a core part of the course. For instance, certain problems in Algebra I may present students with two points on a coordinate plane, then ask them to find the equation of the line that connects the two points, determining the equations of lines that are parallel and perpendicular to that line, respectively.

Inequalities are also taught in Algebra I in the same manner as equations—that is, with an emphasis on representing them on number lines or graphing them. After learning to solve and graph simple linear functions and inequalities, students learn how to solve systems of equations or inequalities using substitution and elimination techniques.

Once students have mastered linear equations, the class moves on to tackle quadratic equations, the graphs of which form parabolas. Algebra I focuses on solving quadratic functions using the quadratic formula and FOIL, as well as graphing parabolas and manipulating their appearance through changes made to the source equation.

Other concepts that may be introduced at various points within Algebra I classes are statistics and probability, percent, and percent change. While not directly related to the overarching ideas of equations, functions, and graphs, these concepts may be taught in a way that mirrors the back-and-forth logic used to teach students about functions and their graphs. For instance, a focus when learning percents is how to convert a percent to a decimal and vice versa, and when expressing the probability of an event occurring, students also necessarily figure out the probability of the event not occurring.

The mathematical concepts that students master in Algebra I form the core of their mathematical understanding in many later classes in math and the sciences. For this reason, it is crucial that students gain a solid understanding of algebraic concepts before proceeding to higher-level math classes. If you’d like to start learning or reviewing Algebra I material right now, you can use Varsity Tutors’ free Algebra I Practice Tests to do so. Each twelve-question Practice Test is given like a short multiple-choice quiz touching on many concepts that are taught in Algebra I classes. After completing a quiz, you not only get to see your raw score, but also how your score stacks up against others’ scores on a question-by-question basis. This can provide some solace if you miss problems that others also found extremely difficult, or some motivation if you notice that you miss questions others found to be easy. All of Varsity Tutors’ Algebra I questions also come with complete explanations, so you can learn from questions that you get wrong. By using Varsity Tutors’ free Algebra I Practice Tests and other free Algebra I resources, you can bolster your Algebra I knowledge and master the subject’s content in no time! This will give you a great foundation for the mathematical and scientific knowledge you will gain in future courses.