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Typically 8th to 10 grade.

If you are intelligient and passed your algebra test in sixth grade,in seventh you will have Algebra 1 .If you pass Algebra 1 in seventh grade there is a possibility that you will get Algebra 2.Depends on what your teacher thinks about your behavior or citizenship.

In many schools, Geometry is considered one grade-level lower than Algebra 2. It goes Pre-Algebra, Algebra 1, Geometry, Algebra 2, and so on. Note that this is a generalization, and may not be true at your school.

A lot of high school sophomores can take it now, too, in addition to juniors and seniors. When you are on the advanced course, some can take Algebra II as early as 8th grade. Not exactly true i am a sixth grade and i am in algebra II and am taking mandarin Chinese.

Where I live in Florida, a gifted honors class would learn in 8th grade, a regular honors class would learn in 8th grade(like myself), and normally you would learn Algebra 1 in 9th grade. I live in Maine, but I just moved from New Jersey. In both places, normally, kids would do Algebra 1 in 8th grade. If they aren't too good at math, then they would do it in 9th grade, and if they are advanced, then they would do it in 7th grade. Where I live in Cali, most of our students in my school in 8th grade would learn algebra 1 and others will learn pre-algebra. This year in Cali, every 8th grade levels from other schools would take Algebra 1. So it used to be 9th graders who would learn Algebra 1. Our percentage results were pretty high compared to other schools who took it. Where i live in Pennsylvania, we do algebra 1 in 8th grade A class, pre-algebra in 8th B class, Algebra 1 in 8th Independent class (which is like the highest you can get into), finish Algebra 1 in 8th A class, and finish pre-algebra in 8th B class. I was in the 7th grade A class and the 8th grade Independent class, cause I was a freakin' genius and got straight A's every trimester of every grade. I go to a private school, and most private school classes are naturally ahead of the public school systems'. In 7th grade, I took Pre-Algebra and now as I'm in eighth grade I take Algebra 1 and 2 and have a test every other week. But usually, as said before, Algebra 1 is normally taken by ninth grade students in public school =) The order in middle school through high school... that i know of in Maryland... is math 6, math 7, pre-alebra, algebra 1, honers geometry, algebra 2, and so on. You can also be advanced, when I was in 8th grade, I took Algebra 1, and my friend took honers geometry, but usually you learn Algebra is learned in 9th grade. at my school everyone does pre-algebra in 7th grade algebra 1 in 8th geometry in 9th and algebra 2 in 10th I'm taking algebra 1 right now, and I'm in the 8th grade. i think I'm in an advanced math class tho, and at this place, most people take it 9th grade.

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Typically 8th to 10 grade.

If you are intelligient and passed your algebra test in sixth grade,in seventh you will have Algebra 1 .If you pass Algebra 1 in seventh grade there is a possibility that you will get Algebra 2.Depends on what your teacher thinks about your behavior or citizenship.

9th grade.

In many schools, Geometry is considered one grade-level lower than Algebra 2. It goes Pre-Algebra, Algebra 1, Geometry, Algebra 2, and so on. Note that this is a generalization, and may not be true at your school.

That is extremely stereotypical but they probably do

A lot of high school sophomores can take it now, too, in addition to juniors and seniors. When you are on the advanced course, some can take Algebra II as early as 8th grade. Not exactly true i am a sixth grade and i am in algebra II and am taking mandarin Chinese.

Where I live in Florida, a gifted honors class would learn in 8th grade, a regular honors class would learn in 8th grade(like myself), and normally you would learn Algebra 1 in 9th grade. I live in Maine, but I just moved from New Jersey. In both places, normally, kids would do Algebra 1 in 8th grade. If they aren't too good at math, then they would do it in 9th grade, and if they are advanced, then they would do it in 7th grade. Where I live in Cali, most of our students in my school in 8th grade would learn algebra 1 and others will learn pre-algebra. This year in Cali, every 8th grade levels from other schools would take Algebra 1. So it used to be 9th graders who would learn Algebra 1. Our percentage results were pretty high compared to other schools who took it. Where i live in Pennsylvania, we do algebra 1 in 8th grade A class, pre-algebra in 8th B class, Algebra 1 in 8th Independent class (which is like the highest you can get into), finish Algebra 1 in 8th A class, and finish pre-algebra in 8th B class. I was in the 7th grade A class and the 8th grade Independent class, cause I was a freakin' genius and got straight A's every trimester of every grade. I go to a private school, and most private school classes are naturally ahead of the public school systems'. In 7th grade, I took Pre-Algebra and now as I'm in eighth grade I take Algebra 1 and 2 and have a test every other week. But usually, as said before, Algebra 1 is normally taken by ninth grade students in public school =) The order in middle school through high school... that i know of in Maryland... is math 6, math 7, pre-alebra, algebra 1, honers geometry, algebra 2, and so on. You can also be advanced, when I was in 8th grade, I took Algebra 1, and my friend took honers geometry, but usually you learn Algebra is learned in 9th grade. at my school everyone does pre-algebra in 7th grade algebra 1 in 8th geometry in 9th and algebra 2 in 10th I'm taking algebra 1 right now, and I'm in the 8th grade. i think I'm in an advanced math class tho, and at this place, most people take it 9th grade.

They will be in Grade 3 . Grade 1 : 6 Grade 2 : 7 Grade 3 : 8 Grade 4 : 9 Grade 5 : 10 Grade 6 : 11 Grade 7 : 12 Grade 8 : 13 Grade 9 : 14 Grade 10 : 15 and so on.

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you have to do 1. algebra 2. fractions 3. decimals and more stuff like that

Usually around 8-9th grade, but if you struggle, maybe in your sophomore year.

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