Course SummaryUse this study guide to help your grade 9 students review math concepts they will be tested on for the year-end assessment exam. The topics discussed in this course are the same that students would need to know when taking the Education Quality and Accountability Office (EQAO) Grade 9 Math exam.
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In this course, fun and engaging video lessons are great resources for your students as they get ready to take the EQAO Grade 9 Math exam. Lessons address basic algebra and geometry concepts such as expressions, graphs and slopes, linear relations, nonlinear functions, and perimeter, area and volume. You will also go over problem solving methods, ratio calculations, and proportions, rates and percents.
About the Exam
The EQAO Grade 9 Math exam assesses the ability to students at this grade level to understand basic algebra and geometry concepts and apply their knowledge in solving problems. This is a paper-based exam consisting of both multiple-choice and open-response questions. Students are allotted one hour to complete this exam. A standard level of grading applies; thus, students who are graded in the B+ to B- range are considered proficient in these concepts.
EQAO Grade 9 Math Exam Preparation & Registration
You will find all of the material your student would need to review for the EQAO Grade 9 Math exam in this comprehensive study guide. Short lessons go over methods for solving specific types of problems, such as those involving rates and percentages as well as rate exchanges, square roots, exponents, word problems, and equations with one- and two-variables and more. Students will also review linear equations, graphing, algebraic equations, measuring angles and determining area, volume and perimeter. Easily accessible lessons make it convenient for your student to review material when it's best for them. You can also have students take self-assessment exams to determine how much they understand about each topic before moving from one lesson to the next.
EQAO exams are automatically given to public school students in Ontario who are in grades 3, 6, 9 and 10, and there is no registration process needed to take any of these exams.
The EQAO Grade 9 Math exam is administered by the Education Quality and Accountability Office, which is not affiliated with Study.com.
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