Behavioral Science has long reigned as one of the oldest scientific disciplines within human history. The subject forms an umbrella for anthropology, sociology, and psychology. It is these very three subjects that will make up the GACE Behavioral Science exam.
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Also known as the Georgia Assessments for the Certification of Educators, this exam is issued to any and all incoming teachers in Georgia. Its purpose is to make sure new teachers are competent enough with their fields to enter the classroom as a professional. Naturally, the GACE Behavioral Science test is geared specifically toward aspiring Behavioral Science teachers just like you.
Like its sibling exams, the Behavioral Science exam is made up of two subtests. You will be expected to answer 60 multiple questions in a two hour span for each exam, totaling to 120 questions and four hours. Test II covers Sociology (80 percent) and Anthropology (20 percent), while Test I deals with Anthropology (20 percent) and Psychology (80 percent). You cannot complete your teaching certification without taking and passing both of these tests.
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by Mometrix Test Preparation | Last Updated: April 5, 2019