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Course SummaryThis study guide helps you get ready for the GACE Program Admission Assessment Test I Reading. You'll find engaging lessons and self-assessment quizzes that will help you quickly and easily prepare for the test.
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About This Course
All of the topics that you need to know in order to practice for and excel at the GACE Program Admission Assessment Test I Reading are included in this course. This course assists you in refreshing your knowledge of reading concepts that are tested in the program admission assessment, including:
- Reading for main ideas
- Text composition and reading skills
- Utilizing and assessing sources used in writing
- Critical reading and thinking
This course was last updated in 2019.
About the Exam
The GACE Program Admission Assessment Test I Reading is one of three assessments used for acceptance into an education program in Georgia, and it is made up of 56 selected-response questions. The testing duration is two hours and includes time allotted for tutorials and instructions, but you'll only have 85 minutes to answer the questions on the exam. This exam is computerized, and it is administered in testing windows throughout the year. It can be taken either as a separate subtest or combined with the other assessments. .
Preparing & Registering for the GACE Program Admission Assessment Test I Reading
This study guide will assist you in getting ready for the GACE Program Admission Assessment Test I. You can brush up on topics that are found in this assessment through brief and informative videos that can be viewed anywhere you have an internet connection. In this course, you will study topics such as reading strategies, making inferences, paraphrasing, frequently mixed up words, writing transitional sentences, sentence structure, differentiating between fact and opinion in writing, reverse outlining, deductive reasoning, and critical thinking.
Approval from your educator prep program provider is required before you can register for the test. In order to register, you'll need to establish a MyPSC account and an ETS GACE account. The registration deadline for this test is two complete days before the exam date. Registration can be done by phone or online. It is advised that you register for the test as early as possible to ensure that you have a space at your desired location.
Scoring the GACE Program Admission Assessment Test I Reading
Within three weeks of taking your test, you can view your results by signing in to your ETS GACE account. Your scores will be sent to the Georgia Professional Standards Committee (GaPSC) and any other institutions that you designated your scores to be sent to at the end of your test. You must have a minimum score of 250 to pass Test I Reading.
Key Ideas and Details
Percentage of questions on the test: 35%
Exam topics covered: Drawing inferences, identifying main ideas, recognizing how concepts advise an author's point of view, and understanding how words are used to create meaning
What you'll learn: This thorough study guide is composed of lessons on reading for main ideas and specifics, reading strategies, making inferences, locating themes in reading, word relationships, paraphrasing, defining supporting details, and using context clues to create meaning.
Craft, Structure, and Language Skills
Percentage of questions on the test: 30%
Exam topics covered: Understanding terms and expressions in writing, identifying how word preferences create meaning, examining the composition of text, interpreting the purposes of language, utilizing context clues to uncover meaning, recognizing figurative language, and comprehending expressions that are adequate for college and career reading
What you'll learn: This course will allow you to study writing structure and reading abilities, choosing words, figures of speech, language skills for college-level reading, creating valid notions when reading, understanding facts and opinions, and critical thinking.
Integration of Knowledge and Ideas
Percentage of questions on the test: 35%
Exam topics covered: Evaluating various forms of content, assessing assertions in writings, and differentiating how various authors tackle related subjects
What you'll learn: The videos in this course cover applying and assessing resources for writing, using visuals in communication, interpreting key arguments, and challenging ideas.
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