Regents Exams: Mathematics
The Regents Examinations in Mathematics: Algebra I (Common Core), Geometry (Common Core), and Algebra II (Common Core)
About the Exams in Mathematics (Common Core)
The Regents Examinations in Mathematics (Common Core) are designed to measure students’ achievement of the Algebra I, Geometry, and Algebra II standards as articulated by the PARCC Model Content Frameworks for Mathematics (Traditional Pathway).
What You Need to Know About the Regents Exams in Mathematics (Common Core)
The following documents will provide critical information to educators who are teaching courses that culminate in students taking the Regents Exams in Mathematics that measure the Common Core.
Information that is specific to Algebra II will be available at a later date.
How the Assessment is Designed
New York State is unique in that the high school Regents Exams are created by New York State educators to ensure New York State students have the knowledge and skills necessary to succeed in subsequent courses, college, and their careers.
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