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Course SummaryAs you're preparing to take the GACE Program Admission Combined Test I, II and III, check out this test prep course to quickly and easily prepare. You'll find all the topics that you'll need to know for exam day, which are provided here in a user-friendly, easy-to-understand and self-paced format.
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About This Course
In this study guide course, you'll find thorough lessons, self-assessment quizzes and tests to help you easily prepare for the GACE Program Admission Combined Test I, II and III. To take the stress out of your test preparations, we've made this course accessible to you 24 hours a day on any mobile device or computer so you can study at your leisure. This course covers the following topics:
- Reading for key details and ideas
- Evaluating and using sources for writing
- Thinking and reading critically
- Ratios, numbers and fractions
- Solving different types of math problems
- Evaluating algebraic expressions
- Solving inequalities and equations
- Math operations and functions
- Geometric figures, circles and triangles
- Geometric dimensions and measurements
- Variability and probability in statistics
- Punctuation and grammar
- Language facility and writing well
- Writing effective arguments
- Making revisions and editing
- Using research skills for writing
- Writing style conventions
- Text structure
- The structure of an essay
- Writing expository and informative essays
About the Exam
Used to gauge the basic academic skills required for an educational career, the GACE Program Admission Combined Test I, II & III assesses candidates in reading, writing and mathematics. Test I consists of 56 multiple-choice questions on reading topics, and you have 85 minutes to complete it. For Test II, candidates have 85 minutes to answer 56 multiple-choice questions on mathematics. Candidates will then be given 100 minutes to answer 40 multiple-choice questions and write two essay responses in Test III, which covers writing skills. In all, test takers are given four hours and 30 minutes to complete all three sections of the GACE Program Admission Combined Test.
GACE Program Admission Combined Test I, II & III Preparation & Registration
Learning materials to help you get ready to take all three of the tests on the GACE Program Admission Combined exam are presented here for you. Our lessons cover subjects ranging from algebraic expressions and geometric measurements to grammar, punctuation, researching and writing conventions. If you need assistance as you move through this course, feel free to submit your questions to one of our instructors through the Dashboard.
This computer-administered test is given at testing centers internationally at various times throughout the year. Candidates may select their testing date and center when they register for the exam either online or by phone and pay the necessary test fees. On test day, you're asked to arrive at the testing center 30 minutes prior to your test time with your admissions ticket and valid photo ID. An online calculator will be provided for you to use on the mathematics portion of the exam.
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