The GACE Middle Grades Mathematics Assessment is a test designed for individuals who want to teach math to middle school students, in the state of Georgia, at the secondary level. The assessment consists of 2 different tests, which may be taken individually or together on the same day.
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Both tests are computer-based in format and two hours are given to complete each test, with 30 minutes added for computer testing tutorials, etc.
Each test is made up of 45 selected-response questions, such as matching, multiple choice and/or true-false questions.
The questions on both tests assess basic mathematics knowledge and skills, as well as how well you apply these skills in the classroom setting.
Most tests also include some extra selected-response questions, which are not included in the actual test scoring, but are used to determine test-taker performance.
Test I is divided into 3 subparts:
- Number and Quantity, which is worth 30% of the total score
- Algebra, which is worth 40% of the total score and Discreet Mathematics
- Calculus, also worth 30% of the total score
Test II is also divided into 3 subareas:
- Functions, which is worth 40% of the total score
- Geometry, which is worth 30% of the total test score
- Probability and Statistics, which is also worth 30% of the total test score
Testing windows are offered during the months of October, February, April and June. Test results are available approximately 2 weeks after specific test dates.
Do you need help preparing for the GACE Middle School Mathematics Assessment? No problem! There are several types of study materials available to use, such as interactive practice tests, tests at a glance (which give a quick overview of the tests), tutorials, videos, webinars and other strategies and tips.
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by Enoch Morrison | Last Updated: January 9, 2019