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- Available Lessons: 38
- Average Lesson Length: 8 min
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About This AEPA Essential Academic Skills Subtest I Reading Study Guide
The AEPA Reading Subtest has been discontinued and replaced with the NES Essential Academic Skills (EAS) Subtest I: Reading. This study guide is up-to-date and designed to prepare you for the current version of the NES EAS Subtest I Reading exam, which is one of three exams required by some Arizona educator preparation programs.
Our comprehensive test prep course will fully prepare you for this computer-based, multiple-choice test. You'll study topics and gain skills that directly match those required to pass the exam, including reasoning, literary analysis and writing development. This course is built by professionals to give you valuable, in-depth knowledge and confidence for exam day.
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AEPA EAS Subtest I Reading Course Information
This course is designed to prepare you for the AEPA EAS Subtest I Reading exam, covering all of the topics outlined in the official test materials provided by Pearson Education. Our professional instructors created this comprehensive course to help you master these objectives. Some of the topics covered in this course are listed below:
Meaning of Words and Phrases
- Determining the meaning of unfamiliar words and phrases
- Differentiating between multiple meanings of words
- Understanding figurative language and its meanings
- Identifying synonyms and antonyms of words
Main Idea and Supporting Details in Written Material
- Determining the stated and implied main ideas of passages
- Identifying specific supporting ideas in a passage
Writer's Purpose and Audience, Point of View, and Intended Meaning
- Discovering the writer's stated or implied purpose for writing
- Selecting the appropriate audience and purpose of a piece of writing
- Describing a writer's point of view based on word choice and phrasing
Using Critical Reasoning Skills and Evaluating Written Material
- Understanding cause-and-effect relationships
- Using stated and implied information to draw conclusions
- Differentiating between fact and opinion
Organization of Information in Written and Graphic Forms
- Identifying effective organization methods for written information
- Choosing a successful summary of a passage
- Interpreting information organized in various forms, such as charts and diagrams
AEPA EAS Subtest I Reading Course Format
This course is broken down into 6 chapters containing 32 lessons that are specifically aligned with the exam topics. It covers all major subjects required for the test, including reading comprehension, text analysis and writing. Short videos and quizzes for each topic provide further context and help for each lesson.
AEPA EAS Subtest I Reading Exam Information
- Number of Questions: 45
- Question Type: Multiple-choice
- Time Limit: 1 hour
- Exam Cost: $50
Registering and Preparing for the AEPA EAS Subtest I Reading Exam
You can register online to take the NES EAS Subtest I Reading exam individually or in conjunction with the other two tests that make up the NES Essential Academic Skills exam. This test is given by appointment throughout the year at testing centers located nationwide. Candidates are asked to arrive 15 minutes earlier than the scheduled test time with a valid government-issued photo ID in order to be admitted to the testing center.
The resources provided in this study guide course help take the stress out of your test preparation. These mobile-friendly lessons feature easy-to-follow videos and in-depth information to help you learn to analyze written works and develop reading comprehension skills. Study at your own pace and submit any lingering questions to our expert instructors if you get stuck working through the course.
For more information on registering and preparing for the AEPA EAS Subtest I Reading exam, check out our AEPA EAS Exam Informational Resources.
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