FSA  Grade 6 Math: Test Prep & Practice
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 Available Lessons: 78
 Average Lesson Length: 8 min

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chapter 1 / lesson 1Ratios & Rates: Definitions & Examples 
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Course Summary
Our FSA  Grade 6 Math test prep course gives you all the tools you need to prepare for the exam. The engaging, easytofollow video and text lessons cover the topics you'll see on test day in a mobilefriendly format you can access 24 hours a day. This Study.com course was last updated in 2018.to start this course today
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About This Course
This FSA Grade 6 Math test preparation course is designed to be a comprehensive overview of concepts that will be on the exam. We'll go over everything you need to know to be successful on the FSA through video lessons that are entertaining, easy to navigate, and informative. You'll review ratios, percents, math operations, algebraic concepts, and more. At the end of each lesson you will have a chance to take a selfassessment quiz so you can see where you might need to study further. You can also print lesson transcripts as handy reference materials.
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Syllabus & Course Information
You'll find that the lessons in this course correspond directly with the topics addressed in the FSA Grade 6 Math exam. You can easily and quickly review information about math formulas, operations, and problemsolving techniques. Once you have completed this course, you should be able to:
 Solve ratio and percentage problems
 Understand complex fractions and factoring
 Describe a number line and define absolute value
 Apply knowledge of algebraic expressions
 Write and solve addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division equations
 Measure the area of various geometric shapes
 Discuss concepts in statistics and probability
Course Format
This course is made up of 7 individual chapters broken down into 75 video and text lessons. Lessons are accessible 24/7 from any device and are presented by experienced math instructors.
FSA Grade 6 Mathematics Exam Information
The Florida Standards Assessments Grade 6 Math exam is meant to test students' proficiency and progress when it comes to mathematics. It is used to assess student's mastery of Florida education standards.
 Number of Questions: 6266 questions
 Question Type: Selectedresponse, technologyenhanced, writtenanswer
 Time Limit: 3 hours (3 60minute sessions)
FSA Grade 6 Mathematics Exam Breakdown
FSA: Grade 6 Mathematics Concept  Percent of FSA: Grade 6 Mathematics Exam  Approximate Number of Questions  Chapter Lessons 

Ratio and Proportional Relationships  15%  910 questions  14 
Expressions and Equations  30%  1819 questions  17 
Geometry  15%  910 questions  11 
Statistics and Probability  19%  1112 questions  14 
The Number System  21%  1314 questions  19 
FSA Grade 6 Math Exam Preparation & Registration
Our guide helps you prepare for the FSA Grade 6 math exam through short video lessons. These lessons can help you see where you may be lagging and also solidify concepts you already know. Review proportional relationships, unit conversion, the distance formula, and percents. They can also learn about factoring, finding the greatest common factor, graphing rational numbers, expressing relationships as algebraic expressions, and solving onestep linear equalities.
FSA exams are administered to all Florida school students grades 39. There is no registration process that must be completed in order for students to take these exams.
Florida Standards Assessments (FSA) is a registered trademark of the Florida Department of Education, which is not affiliated with Study.com
Scoring the FSA Grade 6 Math Exam
Mathematics scale scores range from 240 to 393 for each achievement level, of which there are five. For the Grade 6 Math test, students at level 1 must score between 260 and 309. Level 2 students need a score that's between 310 and 324, whereas level 3 students should score anywhere from 325 to 338. At level 4, a student must earn a score of 339 to 355, and level 5 students need scores ranging from 356 to 390.
Ratio and Proportional Relationships
Percentage of Test: 15%
Exam Topics Covered: Ratio and proportional relationships, ratio concepts and reasoning to solve problems, using ratio language to describe ratio relationships
What You'll Study: Our guide includes lessons on solving onestep ratio problems, solving word problems with ratios, finding missing values by using a table of equivalent ratios. A lesson on the definition of a ratio with examples is included.
The Number System
Percentage of Test: 21%
Exam Topics Covered: Dividing fractions by fractions, computing quotients of fractions, solving word problems using long division, computing multidigit numbers, finding common factors and multiples, and the system of rational numbers.
What You'll Study: Our comprehensive video lessons cover number lines, the order of real numbers, the process of finding the absolute value, plotting points on the coordinate plane, finding the greatest common factor, finding the least common multiple and much more.
Expressions and Equations
Percentage of Test: 30%
Exam Topics Covered: Algebraic expressions; writing, reading, and evaluating expressions in which letters stand for numbers; identifying parts of an expression using mathematical terms; writing algebraic expressions; using properties of operations to generate equivalent expressions; identifying when two expressions are equivalent; solving onevariable inequalities and equations; writing algebraic expressions using variables when solving word problems, and writing inequalities
What You'll Study: We'll cover topics such as the process of translating arithmetic equations into algebraic expressions, variables in algebra, writing equivalent expressions, writing and solving arithmetic equations with one variable, solving onestep linear inequalities, and expressing relationships with algebraic expressions.
Geometry
Percentage of Test: 15%
Exam Topics Covered: Problems involving area, surface area, and volume
What You'll Study: Watch our expert led video lessons to see how to find the area of triangles, polygons, parallelograms, trapezoids, rhombuses, complex figures, and prisms. You'll also find a lesson on finding the volume of a prism.
Statistics and Probability
Percentage of Test: 19%
Exam Topics Covered: Statistical variability and describing distributions
What You'll Study: This course you guide you through the process of finding the center in a set of data, mean, median, mode, range, visual representations of a data set, spreads in a set of data, histograms, plot diagrams, dot plots, box plots, making arguments and predictions from univariate data and many other topics.
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