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Next semester I'm taking calculus at college and I was looking for websites that have quizzes/test for things like trigonometry, trig formulas, pre-calculus, calculus readiness, etc. so I can get ready this summer. I found the "MU Math Tests Homepage"

http://mathonline.missouri.edu/mucgi-bin/munew.cgi?variable=

The questions at MU aren't that challenging, but I'm looking for sites similar. Any ideas? (other than doing problems from library books).

I know this is isn't a conventional math stack question. I checked with the meta site to see if this was appropriate, so please don't downvote. Thank you:

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Khan Academy has some quizzes you can take on various subjects; I don't know if it will be much better than the resource you have though. –  Omnomnomnom Jul 21 at 3:12
    
This also seems like it would be a handy resource. –  Omnomnomnom Jul 21 at 3:14
    
You can check out Brilliant.org's practice section. We are building out the Geometry and Calculus sections, which should be out by the end of the month. –  Calvin Lin Jul 21 at 3:31

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