I skimmed through it and it looks like basic grade schools math problems.
Early middle school?
It just has basic word problems, fractions and decimals.
Stuff you learned in elementary and early middle school years.
I would just go through it and do the problems with a timer to simulate the real thing.
Then you can see how you did.
Haha thank you. Just felt that way when I opened the packet and it looked like a different language to me. Which is weird because I can grasp more complex things but fractions and decimals broke my spirit ha.
I admire your courage to start something new. At thirty, I will suggest that you complete the packet thoroughly as I taught (for more than a decade) at a community college and students out of high school more than 5 years would often flub questions like this (due to lack of current practice in the adult world of these specific skills) and would be forced into remediation they did not need. It was discovered that simple review of our adult learner data that careful review was usually sufficient to help your age group streamline their courses. In addition to Khan, you could try the relevant sections from here
and, if you wouldn’t find it too babyish, the fraction and decimal games from mathplayground (I know, 6th grade math) not because you think like a 6th grader but because it has been far too long since you needed this sort of math (and games give a measurable goal and tolerable path). Best of luck and remember, the review completed well will save you weeks of remediation. I am certain you will be one your chosen path shortly.
I really appreciate thr insight that’s where I am sitting. I’m a Sytsem Administrator by career so I’m rather embarrassed to be struggling with this so much.
I appreciate the links. Explain like I’m 5 is sometimes the best approach for my brain to click back the memories. I got so used to a calculator they said all by hand no multiple choice my brain broke ha.