WESTB Mathematics (097): Practice & Study Guide
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 Available Lessons: 95
 Average Lesson Length: 8 min

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Course Summary
When it comes to preparing for the Washington Educator Skills TestsBasic (WESTB) Mathematics subtest of the WESTB Reading, Writing, Mathematics exam, you can count on this extensive study guide. You'll study fractions, basic geometry concepts and problem solving strategies.to start this course today
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About This Course
From algebra to statistics, this extensive study guide is designed to cover all of the material you need to know for the WESTB Mathematics subtest. You will review basic math operations, fractions and mixed numbers, percents and decimals, measurements and basic geometry concepts and properties. Other lessons address algebraic expressions, probability and statistics, linear equations and properties of equality. Track your progress as you move through this course on your handy Dashboard, and take short selfassessment quizzes and chapter exams to ensure your full understanding of this material. Use a brief online contact form to reach out to experts with any lessonspecific questions.
This course was last updated in 2020.
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Syllabus & Course Information
You will find every topic addressed on the WESTB Mathematics subtest covered in this comprehensive study guide. Lessons discuss fractions, ratios, units of measurement, algebraic properties and so much more. Once you complete this guide, you should be able to:
 Understand how to change between fractions and decimals
 Explain units of measurement
 Describe properties of geometric figures and graph geometric functions
 Find area, perimeter, circumference, volume and surface area
 Discuss probability and statistics
 Provide details about algebraic expressions
 Define a linear equation and properties of equality
 Apply logical problem solving in mathematics
Course Format
This course is made up of 11 individual chapters broken down into 94 video and text lessons. All lessons are accessible 24/7 from any device, making it possible to create a flexible and convenient study schedule.
WESTB Mathematics Exam Information
The WESTB Reading, Writing, Mathematics exam must be taken and passed by all individuals seeking to enter a stateapproved educator prep program in the state of Washington. The info below reflects only the Mathematics subtest of this threepart exam.
 Number of Questions: 60 questions
 Question Type: Multiplechoice
 Time Limit: 2 hours
 Exam Cost: $75
WESTB Mathematics Exam Preparation & Registration
Every topic you'll encounter on the mathematics subtest of the WESTB Reading, Writing, Mathematics exam is discussed in this detailed study guide. You will access lessons focusing on reducing fractions, solving decimal and percents problems, units and conversions of measurement, and properties of triangles and other geometric shapes. You will also learn how to read and interpret charts, graphs and tables, use linear equations to solve problems, explain different types of data, and use reasoning and critical thinking to solve mathematical problems.
Register for this subtest or the entire exam by creating on account on the WEST website and submitting all necessary information and payment of exam fees. Once your registration is complete, you can click on 'Schedule' on this website to arrange your test site and date.
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