Ch 20: THEA Test: Solving Word Problems

About This Chapter

This chapter is designed to ensure you understand how to solve word problems as you study for the THEA test in Texas. By watching short videos and taking self-assessment quizzes, you increase your chances of success on the exam.

THEA Test: Solving Word Problems - Chapter Summary

Solving word problems can seem like a challenging task if you haven't reviewed this subject area in months or years. To boost your confidence as you study for the THEA test, explore the lessons in this chapter that prepare you for:

  • Understanding the steps involved in solving word problems
  • Using multiple steps to solve word problems
  • Knowing how restate word problems using words or images
  • Increasing your understanding by personalizing a word problem

You can use the video lessons or printable lesson transcripts to create or add to an existing study guide for the exam. After you've updated your guide, watch the short lessons as often as needed and take notes or highlight key points on the transcripts until you're sure you've absorbed the lesson concepts.

THEA Test: Solving Word Problems Chapter Objectives

The topics in this THEA Test: Solving Word Problems chapter can help you study for questions in the mathematics section of the exam. It features 50 multiple-choice questions that examine fundamental math, geometry, algebra and problem solving. To prepare for problem-solving questions, take advantage of short lesson quizzes in this chapter. Also, get answers about any lesson topic from our experts who are eager to offer assistance.

The THEA test is required for students who are interested in attending some Texas public colleges or universities as freshmen. To increase your chances of gaining admission to these schools, earn a passing score of 230 or higher on the math section of the test.

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