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Our expert instructors have provided a comprehensive study guide in this chapter that you can use to work towards the best score possible on the GACE Behavioral Science Test II. These lessons make sense of the subjects covered, while the lesson quizzes and chapter tests help you stay on track and assess your test readiness. Use the Dashboard to keep tabs on your progress and submit any of your questions to one of our helpful instructors if you need assistance. This course thoroughly covers these topics:
- Human culture and cultural changes
- Social stratification
- The domestication of animals and plants
- Marriage, family and kinship
- Political organization and economic systems
- Communication and language
- An introduction to sociology
- Research methods in sociology
- Settlement patterns and demography
- Social processes, conformity and deviance
- Social organizations and groups, plus social institutions
- Contemporary social issues
- Ethnicity, race and religion
- Aging, power, social inequality and gender
About the Exam
The GACE Behavioral Science Test II is the second portion of the complete behavioral science teaching certification exam given to prospective teachers who wish to teach anthropology, psychology and sociology in the state of Georgia. Testing candidates may take both Test I and Test II at the same time or take the tests individually if they wish. This computer-administered test is comprised of 60 multiple-choice questions given in two hours. Questions covering anthropology make up 20 percent of this test, while the remaining 80 percent address topics in sociology.
GACE Behavioral Science Test II Preparation & Registration
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Teacher candidates who wish to take this test must register online or by phone at least two full days before the date of the exam. The GACE Behavioral Science Test II is given at various locations in Georgia, other U.S. states and internationally at different times throughout the year. Selecting your testing time and location is completed during registration and the payment of all associated fees. Test-takers are asked to dress comfortably and arrive at their designated testing locations 30 minutes prior to the exam with a printed admissions ticket and a valid piece of government-issued photo identification.
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