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Students in grade school are no longer allowed to memorize their
multiplication tables but are expected to "know" how to get the
correct answers to simple arithmetic questions.
We have begun a project to give them the opportunity to run drills
on our website.

The first exercise lets them try their hand at three different
operations: addition, subtraction, and multiplication.
Numbers are randomly presented to the student and the operation,
likewise, will be randomly generated so that the student doesn't
get too complacent.

The first exercise is designed for a third grade level.
As such, we will only work with positive numbers.
All subtractions for the third grader will result in a number which
is positive.
The operands for both addition and subtraction will range between
0 and 100.
Multiplication is slightly different in that we only allow the numbers
between 1 and 12.

Any questions, or suggestions should be addressed to:
** admin @ certrainers.com **

Click here for a mix of operations

Should you wish to emphasize a single operation, click on the following links:

Certrainers offers on-line drills for thos taking certification
exams.
Users can sign up for on-line practice tests for a variety of
certification exams.
Questions are randomly generated by topic & weight, detailed answers are presented
at the end of the test and scores are kept for the users' to guage
their progress.
Certrainers can be found at the following link:
www.certrainers.com