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Ch 5: MTLE Business: Market Share & Financial Data

About This Chapter

Use the lessons in this chapter to refresh your knowledge of the financial market system. Take the self-assessment quizzes to practice for the MTLE Business exam.

MTLE Business: Market Share & Financial Data - Chapter Summary

Let us help you prepare for the MTLE Business exam by reviewing the financial concepts necessary for understanding the stock exchange. After completing this chapter, you will have explored:

  • Competitive pricing for market penetration
  • Understanding stocks and stockholders
  • Dividends, common and preferred stock
  • Using financial data for business analysis

The lessons have been developed to familiarize you with material you will come across on the exam. You will find several methods for learning included in each lesson. There is a video to help illustrate the concepts being reviewed along with the video's transcript for text-based learning. You can take the self-assessment quiz at the end of each lesson to test your knowledge and see how questions may appear on the exam.

MTLE Business: Market Share & Financial Data - Objectives

The MTLE Business exam is administered to educators in Minnesota who are hoping to teach business courses to middle and high school students. The exam consists of two subtests and each test contains three major content subareas. The information reviewed in this chapter prepares you for questions related finance, accounting, and computation on Subtest 1, which account for 42% of Subtest 1's score.

Subtest 1 of the MTLE Business exam contains approximately 50 multiple-choice questions. You need a score of 240 or higher on each of the two subtests to qualify for certification.

Chapter Practice Exam
Test your knowledge of this chapter with a 30 question practice chapter exam.
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Practice Final Exam
Test your knowledge of the entire course with a 50 question practice final exam.
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