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Professional instructors have designed this test prep course to help make getting ready to take the GACE Behavioral Science Test I a breeze. It's easy to review the entire course and keep track of your progress in the Dashboard, or focus only on those lessons and subjects you know need additional work before test day. To check yourself, take the lesson quizzes and chapter tests as a helpful indication of how you might do on the exam. The subjects covered by this course include:
- An introduction to psychology
- Major psychological theories
- Models and approaches to behavioral science
- Research methods for psychology
- The biological bases of behavior
- Development of the nervous system
- Biological influences on behavior
- Prenatal and infant development
- Cognitive and language development
- Development in childhood and adolescence
- Personality theories and development
- Development in adulthood
- Atypical development
- Perception and sensation
- Learning, memory and information processing
- Learning differences, plus intelligence and achievement
- Social psychology and social behaviors
- Emotion and motivation
- Psychological disorders and treatments
- An introduction to anthropology
- The history and theories of anthropology
- Anthropological research methods
- Types of societies and human evolution
About the Exam
The GACE Behavior Science tests are designed for prospective teachers seeking certification to teach sociology, anthropology and psychology in the state of Georgia. The test is made up of two different sections, Test I and Test II, both of which are administered by computer. Test-takers may choose to take these subtests individually or at the same time. In two hours, candidates must answer 60 multiple-choice questions for Behavioral Science Test I. Questions about psychology make up 80 percent of this test, while the remaining 20 percent is devoted to questions about anthropology.
GACE Behavioral Science Test I Preparation & Registration
You can work at your own speed as you study this test prep course to get ready to take the GACE Behavioral Science Test I. Just a few of the topics covered here include learning, social psychology and motivation, plus human evolution, psychological disorders and the theories of anthropology. Help from our expert instructors is just a few clicks away in the Dashboard in case you need any assistance along the way.
The GACE Behavioral Science Test I, like all GACE tests, is administered at test centers in Georgia, in other U.S. locations, and internationally. Registration for the exam takes place by phone or online, and you must register at least two full days before the date of the test. Exam candidates are asked to arrive at their testing centers 30 minutes prior to the scheduled time of the test with an admissions ticket and a valid form of government-issued photo ID. It is also requested that testing candidates dress comfortably and in layers to easily adapt to the temperature of the testing center.
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