The NYSTCE Mathematics test is designed for individuals wanting to become certified to teach mathematics in the state of New York. The information tested on this exam covers all content that is required to teach an elementary or secondary mathematics class in the state of New York.
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The NYSTCE Mathematics exam is a computer-based test (CBT), with testing sites located all over the state of New York and nationwide. Individuals wishing to take this exam must register in advance and the fee is $134.
The NYSTCE Mathematics test must be completed in 3 hours, with an extra 15 minutes added to view a CBT tutorial and nondisclosure agreement. A score of 520 or higher must be obtained in order to be granted certification. Scores will be available approximately 3 weeks after test date.
The NYSTCE Mathematics test is made up of 90 selected-response questions (multiple choice, matching and/or true-false,) and 1 constructed-response question (fill in the blank, short answer and/or essay.)
The NYSTCE Mathematics test must be completed in 3 hours, with an extra 15 minutes added to view a CBT tutorial and nondisclosure agreement. A score of 520 or higher must be obtained in order to become certified. NOTE: all test takers must bring their own calculators to the exam.
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Several study aids are available to help you prepare for this exam, including the framework and content of the test, sample selected-response and constructed-response questions, formulas and even a document to help you read and understand your scores.
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by Enoch Morrison | Last Updated: January 9, 2019