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- Available Lessons: 51
- Average Lesson Length: 8 min
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In this course, you have access to a series of resources you can utilize as you get ready to take the CSET English Subtest III exam. These include professionally written lessons on subjects such as grammar, rhetoric, and tools to improve your writing. If you need assistance as you work through the course, contact our experts for help through the Dashboard. The lesson quizzes and chapter tests are also a handy way to ensure you're ready for test day.
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Syllabus & Course Information
The subjects covered in this course are aligned with the all the topics covered on the exam. Here you can review English grammar and usage, and research and citation conventions. After completing this chapter, you should be ready to:
- Describe rhetoric and essay writing
- Utilize tools that can help improve writing
- Outline English usage and grammar
- Detail research and citation conventions
- Explain sentence structure and punctuation
We've included 47 short lessons grouped together into 4 chapters in this engaging and thorough course. Get ready for test day by answering the multiple-choice questions we've included on the lesson quizzes and chapter tests.
CSET English Subtest III (107) Exam Information
Just one of four subtests used in this exam, the CSET English Subtest III is used in the state of California for teacher certification. You can take all four subtests together at one time or individually as needed.
- Number of Questions: 2
- Question Type: Constructed-response questions (one based on a literary text, one based on a non-literary text)
- Time Limit: 2 hours
- Exam Cost: $75
CSET English Subtest III (107) Exam Breakdown
|CSET English Subtest III Exam Concept||Percent of the CSET English Subtest III Exam||Approximate Number of Questions||Chapter Lessons|
|Reading Literature and Informational Texts and Composition & Rhetoric||100%||2 questions||47|
CSET English Subtest III (107) Exam Preparation & Registration
This test prep course is designed to fully prepare you for the CSET English Subtest III exam. Each lesson corresponds to a different content area included on the test, from essay writing to sentence structure, and is accompanied by a helpful self-assessment quiz to monitor your progress. Registration for this exam can be completed online at any time. The test is given at locations around the nation by appointment.
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