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Course SummaryThis online course is designed to help you successfully prepare for the North Carolina EOC Assessment - Math I exam. Watch the lessons included in these chapters to review the essential topics, and take the included quizzes to reinforce your understanding of the material.
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About This Course
This chapter includes several lessons that will help you study for the North Carolina End of Course (EOC) Math I exam. These lessons are grouped into different chapters, each of which is dedicated to a specific mathematical subject you may encounter on the exam. Go through this course to study topics such as:
- The real number system
- Units, measurements and descriptive modeling
- Mathematical expressions
- How to create equations
- Solving equations and inequalities
- How to interpret and build functions
- Linear, quadratic and exponential models
About the Exam
The North Carolina EOC Math I exam is comprised of 60 questions, broken down into 42 multiple-choice questions allowing the use of a calculator, 6 questions not allowing the use of a calculator, and 12 constructed-response questions. The test is normally taken within three hours, with a four-hour maximum time limit for completing all of the questions. All questions on the EOC Math I exam will correspond to the Common Core State Standards for Mathematics (CCSSM).
NC EOC Math I Exam Preparation & Registration
This course includes several chapters, each containing interactive video lessons that will teach you about essential mathematical topics that students will need to know in order to succeed on the exam. Watch these lessons to get a firm grip on the math skills that will be assessed on the EOC Math I exam, as well as different mathematical concepts and models that will be needed for this level of mathematical understanding.
The End-of-Course Math I exam is required for all eighth-grade or high school students in the state of North Carolina who have completed Math I. Each student will take the exam through his or her school, which will provide information regarding the time and date of the test. Some schools may opt for a computer-based exam, in which case all students in those schools will take the exam on a computer. Students in other school will take a paper-based exam. The exam will be taken in one day, except for in cases of students with documented disabilities who may require more time to complete the exam. When given the exam, students will be provided with a calculator, blank paper and graph paper. No other tools may be used during the course of the exam.
The North Carolina End-of-Course Exam is a registered trademark of the NCDPI Division of Accountability Services, which is not affiliated with Study.com.
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