GACE Program Admission Assessment Test II Mathematics (211): Practice & Study Guide
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Refresh your knowledge of important math topics for the GACE Program Admission Assessment Test II Mathematics exam with our informative course. You can use these text and video lessons to ensure you're familiar with the topics that could be on the test and take the quizzes to see how well you might do on exam day.to start this course today
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About This Course
This course offers an overview of concepts covered on the GACE Program Admission Assessment Test II Mathematics exam. These videos and quizzes offer a review of topics needed for success on this test, including:
 Ratios and proportions
 Fractions, rational numbers, radicals and integer exponents
 Algebraic expressions
 Functions
 Congruence
 Geometric dimension and measurement
 Statistics and probability
About the Exam
The GACE Program Admission Assessment exam is mandatory for some applicants to teacher preparation programs or for some holders of nonrenewable certificates. Test II, which covers math concepts, is the second part of three tests that make up the exam. You can take each test individually or tackle them all in the same session. Test II contains 56 multiplechoice questions, administered by computer, and you'll be given 85 minutes to answer them.
This course was last updated in 2019.
GACE Program Admission Assessment Test II Mathematics Preparation & Registration
This study guide can help you review topics found on Test II of the GACE Program Admission Assessment. You probably studied many of these concepts in high school and college, but that may have been several years ago. Our lessons will help you regain your understanding of ratios and proportions, fractions and types of numbers. You'll look at how to solve many types of mathematics problems, while other lessons deal with algebraic expressions and figures in geometry. The quizzes that are paired with these lessons can help you practice your math skills and assess your knowledge.
You can take the GACE Program Admission Assessment Test II Mathematics exam at testing centers throughout Georgia, in other states and at some international sites. The test is offered during several testing windows spread throughout the year. To register, you will need to create an account at the GACE website and select a test site and date. You'll be asked for personal data as well as the names of institutions that should be notified of your test scores. Registration must be completed no less than two full days before your chosen test date. You'll receive an admissions ticket that you must print and bring with you to the testing center on test day, along with an approved photo ID.
GACE Program Admission Assessment Test II Mathematics Scoring
Immediately after completing the test, you will have to decide if you want to keep your score or discard it. If you opt to retain it, you will get an unofficial score right then. The official score report will be posted to your GACE account within two or three weeks of the testing date. Your specified institution will also get a notification. The minimum passing score is 220. Incorrect answers don't count against you, so feel free to guess if you aren't sure of an answer. The scores will be valid forever.
The GACE Program Admission Assessment Test II Mathematics exam is divided into four subareas. Test II has 56 multiplechoice questions, and you have 85 minutes total to answer them.
Number and Quantity
Percentage of the test: 30%
Exam topics covered: Ratio concepts, problemsolving with ration reasoning, proportional relationships, multiplying and dividing with fractions, common factors and multiples, operations with rational numbers, integer exponents and quantitative reasoning
What you'll study: Our study guide includes lessons on calculations using ratios and proportions, operations with decimal notation, multiplication, operations with fractions, radical expressions, various types of math problems, including those with decimal numbers and percents.
Algebra and Functions
Percentage of the test: 30%
Exam topics covered: Problemsolving with numerical and algebraic expressions, properties of operations, proportional relationships, onevariable equations, linear equations and functions
What you'll study: Variables, simple algebraic expressions, commutative and associative properties, equivalent expressions, onestep equations, equations with multiple steps, simultaneous linear equations, functions and operations with functions are among the topics covered in this comprehensive study guide.
Geometry
Percentage of the test: 20%
Exam topics covered: Relationships between geometric figures, the Pythagorean theorem, theorems regarding circles, area, angle measure, volume and geometric models
What you'll study: Our study guide offers a review of congruence, line segment bisection, midpoint theorem, types of angles, types of lines, line segments, triangles, the Pythagorean theorem, circles, surface area, volume and the measurement of angles.
Statistics and Probability
Percentage of the test: 20%
Exam topics covered: Statistical variability, distributions, probability models, data interpretation, interpretation of linear models, random processes in statistical experiments and the evaluation of outcomes of decisions
What you'll study: Measures of variability, random sampling, independent and dependent events, estimates, reallife linear models, random processes and decision making using probability are among the topics this part of our course examines.
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