DSST
Dantes Subject Standardized Test
DSST College
Algebra Quiz
Algebra Tutorial DVDs
The Dantes tests allow you to obtain college credit
for knowledge you may have gotten from reading, on
the job training, independent study, or previous
cousework that did not transfer. There are
over 37 tests covering Social Science, Business,
Mathematics, Applied Technology, Humanities, and
Physical Science.
Imagine paying only $70 to take a test that can give
you 3 college credits. Do this without setting
a foot in the classroom. This can save you
time and money while you try to obtain your degree.
There are two math tests that you can take.
They include Fundamentals of College Algebra and
Principles of Statistics.
The Dantes (DSST) Fundamentals of College Algebra
covers the following topics.
 Fundamental Algebraic Operations
Operations with algebraic expressions
Operations with polynomials
 Factoring polynomials over real numbers
 Exponential and Radical expressions
 Linear Equations
Single variables
Operations with matrices
Methods of solving two and three variable systems
 Absolute value and equations and inequalities
 Quadratic equations and inequalities
Methods of solving
Quadratic forms
Solving quadratic inequalities
 Equations involving radicals
 Complex numbers
Conjugate
Basic operations
 Functions
Domain and range
Coordinate systems
Inverse functions
Operations and functions
Rational functions
Exponential and logarithmic functions
So how should you study for the Dantes Fundamentals
of Algebra test? You have two DVDs that will help you
out a lot. The Intermediate Algebra and College
Algebra Tutorial DVDs. More information
here.
You can visit the Dantes main site
here.
The Dantes (DSST) Principles of Statistics covers the
following topics.
 Foundations of Statistics
Data type and levels of measurement, sample
versus population
Sampling methods
Descriptive statistics
Visual representation of data
 Probability
Basic concepts
Probability rules for dependent and independent
events
Combinations and permutations
Discrete distributions
Continuous distributions
 Correlation and Regression
Scatter plots
Linear correlation
Linear regression
Prediction using the linear mode
 Sampling Distributions
Z and T scores
Law of averages, expected values,
standard error, normal approximation,
sample size, sample average and
estimating accuracy of a sample
Central Limit Theory
 Inferential Statistics
Confidence intervals
Null and alternative hypothesis
Type I and Type II Errors
Inference for the mean
Comparing two sample means and
proportions
Comparing the means of more than two
samples
Nonparametric
So how should you study for the
Dantes Principles of Statistics
test? You the Probability &
Statistics Tutorial DVD that will
help you out a lot.
More information
here.
You can take practice exams
here.
