AnalyzeMath.com, Math.com and IXL.com are all websites where students can practice math problems for free. All three feature high-level math. MathABC.com offers math practice up to the sixth-grade level.
AnalyzeMath.com primarily focuses on high level math. Students can practice finding the answers to problems in precalulus, calculus, geometry and trigonometry. The site offers math problems, questions and self tests. There is even a section for ACT and SAT math practice.
Both IXL.com and Math.com break up the math practices according to grade level from kindergarten to high school. IXL.com aligns the practices with the math state standards in education. Students can practice finding the answer, and the website tells them right away if it's the correct solution.
Math.com also offers students immediate feedback. In addition, the site walks students through the steps of solving the problem. Each field of math starts with a first glance of the applied skills, a more in depth look at the skills, examples of how to solve the problem and sample problems for students to practice.
MathABC.com is geared toward elementary school students up to grade six. Site users have the option of signing up for a free account or practicing on the site. The free account offers more problems for students to solve.