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The progression should be (1) Pre-Algebra, (2) Beginning or Elementary Algebra, (3) Intermediate Algebra, and then (4) Either College Algebra, or Pre-Calculus.

You might be able to skip Pre-Algebra but as you described your encounter with the placement testing, you may need this course.

There is no specific course called, “College Math”. If your college mentions this or suggests it to be a course, you should ask for clarification. College Mathematics would be any course of Math higher than Intermediate Algebra. There are several courses which are College Math; they are College Algebra, Pre-Calculus, Trigonometry, Calculus 1,2,3,4, Differential Equations, Statistics, Linear Algebra, … and other possible courses.

As I say, ask your college to explain what they mean.

Also, in case you need to start at Pre-Algebra, it is probably a good course. Its purpose is to make Beginning Algebra easier to study when you reach it.

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