The Postsecondary Education Readiness Test (P.E.R.T.) is Florida’s new common placement exam designed to test the core competencies of math, reading, and writing required for college admission. McCann Associates developed the P.E.R.T. series in direct consultation with the Florida Department of Education (FLDOE) to accurately and adaptively place students on the proper track for success.

We are proud to offer a full practice version of the P.E.R.T. for students in Florida. These practice exams contain the same class of questions found on the official high-stakes exam. At the conclusion of the exam, the student will receive with a full score report detailing performance across all areas of the exam in order to focus preparation and build confidence.

Each practice test is priced at $2.50 per attempt. Exams can be administered by educators, counselors, tutors, parents, or individual students.

Purchase Details:

  • 25 questions reflecting the same areas found on the high-stakes P.E.R.T. exam
  • Unlimited amount of time to complete each exam
  • Immediate and full reporting feedback upon completion
  • Access to resources based on your score report designed to improve your understanding and test preparation

Individual Areas of Study Include:

Math > Buy Now

  • Equations — solving linear equations, linear inequalities, quadratic equations, and literal equations
  • Evaluating algebraic expressions
  • Polynomials — factoring, simplifying, adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing
  • Dividing by monomials and binomials
  • Applying standard algorithms or concepts
  • Coordinate planes — translate between lines and inspect equations
  • Focusing on pairs of simultaneous linear equations in two variables

Reading > Buy Now

  • Discerning and summarizing the most important ideas, events, or information
  • Supporting or challenging assertions about the text
  • Determining the meaning of words and phrases in context
  • Analyzing the meaning, word choices, tone, and organizational structure of the text
  • Determining the author’s purpose and the relation of events in the text to one another
  • Recognizing relationships within and between sentences
  • Analyzing the traits, motivations, and thoughts of individuals in fiction and nonfiction
  • Analyzing how two or more texts with different styles, points of view, or arguments address similar topics or themes
  • Distinguishing between facts and opinions
  • Evaluating reasoning and rhetoric of an argument or explanation

Writing > Buy Now

  • Sustaining focus on a specific topic or argument
  • Establishing a topic or thesis
  • Demonstrating the conventions of standard written English including grammar, usage, and mechanics
  • Supporting and illustrating arguments and explanations
  • Developing and maintaining a style and tone
  • Synthesizing information from multiple relevant sources
  • Conveying complex information clearly and coherently
  • Representing and accurately citing data, conclusions, and opinions of others
  • Establishing a substantive claim and acknowledging competing arguments or information
  • Conceptual and organizational skills — recognizing effective transitional devices within the context of a passage
  • Word choice skills — recognizing commonly confused or misused words and phrases
  • Sentence structure skills — using modifiers correctly, using coordination and subordination effectively, recognizing parallel structure
  • Grammar, spelling, capitalization, and punctuation skills — avoiding inappropriate shifts in verb tense and pronouns; maintaining agreement between pronoun and antecedent; and using proper case forms, adjectives, and adverbs

Preparation is critical for student success. For over fifty years, McCann Associates has been an industry leader providing individuals with the experience and confidence to perform at their best during high-stakes examinations.