CAHSEE Math Exam: Test Prep & Study Guide
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Increase your understanding of linear equalities, radical expressions, probability and more as you prepare to take the CAHSEE Math examination. These video lessons and selfassessment quizzes can be used as flexible, comprehensive study resources that you can access on any mobile device at your convenience.to start this course today
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About This Course
The California High School Exit Examination (CAHSEE) is used to assess prospective high school graduates' math and English language arts skills. You'll take the math portion of the exam during the second half of your 10th grade year. If you need to retake it, you'll be given additional opportunities in the 11th and 12th grades.
You can use the following study guide to practice performing basic calculations with percentages, decimals, fractions and whole numbers. You can also review the uses of charts, tables and data sets or reexamine steps for solving and graphing linear or quadratic equations. Additional topics delve into metric conversions and the formulas used to calculate dimensions for geometric shapes. Round out your preparation for the CAHSEE by investigating numerical patterns and conjectures. Topics covered in this study guide include:
 Number sense
 Statistics, data analysis and probability
 Algebra and functions
 Measurement and geometry
 Mathematical reasoning
 Algebra I
The CAHSEE math exam consists of 80 multiplechoice questions divvied up over six content strands. You'll be given the entire course of the school day to complete the test if you need it, though you will be asked to answer the test questions without a calculator.
CAHSEE Math Exam Preparation
Whether your test preparation involves revisiting concepts you struggled with in class or getting extra practice solving equations, our study guide includes resources to help you do both. The video lessons are taught by experienced instructors who use illustrations to make the material accessible. There are also transcripts containing links to supplementary text lessons that you can use to review math vocabulary appearing on the exam. If you'd like to assess your understanding of lesson content, there are short multiplechoice quizzes containing practice problems.
CAHSEE Math Exam Scoring
To pass the exam, you'll need to answer 55% of the questions correctly. Scores range from 275450 points, with 350 representing the minimum passing score. Points are awarded for correct responses to multiplechoice questions, so you're encouraged to make an educated guess even if you're unsure of the answer.
CAHSEE is a registered trademark of Educational Testing Service, which is not affiliated with Study.com.
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