- Course type: Self-paced
- Available Lessons: 75
- Average Lesson Length: 8 min
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Course SummaryRefresh your understanding of concepts covered by the FSA Grade 7 Mathematics exam with this convenient prep course. It's easy to prepare for the exam using our short video and text lessons, while the multiple-choice quizzes are a great way to see how well you might do on test day. This Study.com course was last updated in 2018.
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About This Course
This course has been assembled to help you prepare for the Florida Standards Assessments (FSA): Grade 7 Mathematics exam. Use it to get a comprehensive review of the subjects covered on the test, such as number systems, percents, statistics and concepts in geometry. This helpful resource contains video and text lessons available from any device at all times, so you can use it when and where it's convenient. Use the lesson quizzes and chapter exams to measure how much you have learned and which topics you might need to review further.
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Syllabus & Course Information
The lessons making up this study guide align with all of the material on which you could be tested when taking the FSA Grade 7 Mathematics exam. You can study various math concepts in algebra, geometry and statistics. After completing this course, you should be able to:
- Work with ratios, proportions and percents
- Solve problems with integers, rational numbers and absolute value
- Discuss concepts relating to algebraic expressions
- Use problem solving skills for word problems and inequalities
- Measure various geometric shapes
- Describe concepts in statistics and probability
This course is made up of 5 individual chapters broken down into 71 video and text lessons. The short lessons take only 10 minutes or less to review, making them perfect supplements as you prepare for the FSA Grade 7 Mathematics exam.
FSA Grade 7 Exam Information
The FSA: Grade 7 Mathematics exam is part of the FSA program used to assess the educational progress of students in Florida schools. This particular exam assesses how much 7th-grade students learned in math class.
- Number of Questions: 62-66 questions
- Question Type: Selected-response, written-response and technology-enhanced
- Time Limit: 3 hours (3 60-minute sessions)
FSA Grade 7 Mathematics Exam Breakdown
|FSA: Grade 7 Mathematics Concept||Percent of FSA: Grade 7 Mathematics Exam||Approximate Number of Questions||Chapter Lessons|
|Ratio and Proportional Relationships||25%||15-16 questions||13|
|Expressions and Equations||21%||13-14 questions||16|
|Statistics and Probability||16%||10-11 questions||14|
|The Number System||15%||9-10 questions||12|
Grade 7 Mathematics Exam Preparation and Registration
Prepare for questions on this exam by completing as few or as many chapters of this course as you choose. Each chapter is composed of a series of short, engaging lesson videos you can watch to improve your understanding of important math topics. You'll review such information as ratio and proportion calculations, number lines, rational numbers, algebraic expressions, angles and area, and probability formulas.
FSA exams are automatically administered to students in the Florida school system. No registration process needs to be completed to take this exam. Check with your school for more information regarding administration dates and procedures.
Florida Standards Assessments (FSA) Grade 7 Mathematics is administered by the Florida Department of Education, which is not affiliated with Study.com.
Scoring the FSA: Grade 7 Mathematics Exam
How well students do on this exam will represent how well they can make sense and solve problems; use abstract and quantitative reasoning; construct and critique arguments; use mathematical models and tools; attend to precision in their work; and identify mathematical patterns, structures and regularity in repeated reasoning. To assess your skills, this exam will ask a series of 56 to 66 questions, administered in three one-hour-long testing sessions. These questions will be about:
Ratio and Proportional Relationships
Percent of questions: 25%
What you'll review: Applications of proportions; calculating ratios, proportions and rates; proportional relationships; using proportions to solve real-world problems; and calculating percent increase and decrease
Expressions and Equations
Percent of questions: 21%
What you'll review: Simple algebraic expressions; properties of algebraic expressions; distributing in algebra; inverse operations; solving problems with one variable; translating math sentences to inequalities; and one-step linear inequalities
Percent of questions: 23%
What you'll review: Using scale factors; reading scale drawings; making geometric constructions; the front, side and top view of 3D figures; finding the properties of circles, triangles, quadrilaterals and complex 2D figures; and finding the properties of prisms
Statistics and Probability
Percent of questions: 16%
What you'll review: Difference between population and sample statistics; random sampling; estimating parameters; central tendency; population and sample variance; comparing measures of central tendency and variability; frequencies; and probability
The Number System
Percent of questions: 15%
What you'll review: Uses of number lines; comparing, ordering and graphing rational numbers; absolute value; the additive inverse property; adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing integers; and performing calculations for signed numbers
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