# TExES Mathematics 4-8 (115) Practice Test

If you need help studying for the TExES Mathematics 4-8 exam or just want some more information about what the exam is like, you’ve come to the right place.

Click below to take a free TExES Mathematics 4-8 practice test!

## What’s on the Exam?

Questions: 100
Time limit: 4 hours and 45 minutes

There are 100 multiple-choice questions on the exam, and the time limit is 4 hours and 45 minutes. There aren’t any scheduled breaks, but you’re free to take restroom breaks as needed.

Let’s take a closer look at the different sections of the exam.

1. Number Concepts
16% of the exam

• The structure of number systems
• The development of a sense of quantity
• Number operations
• Computational algorithms
• Number theory

2. Patterns and Algebra
21% of the exam

• Identifying, extending, and analyzing patterns
• Linear and nonlinear functions
• Conceptual foundations of calculus

3. Geometry and Measurement
21% of the exam

• Measurement as a process
• The geometric relationships and axiomatic structure of Euclidean geometry
• Properties of two- and three-dimensional figures
• Transformational geometry

4. Probability and Statistics
16% of the exam

• Using graphical and numerical techniques to explore data
• Theory of probability
• Statistical inference
• Sampling

5. Mathematical Processes and Perspectives
10% of the exam

• Mathematical reasoning
• Problem-solving
• Mathematical connections within and outside of mathematics
• Communicating math ideas and concepts

6. Mathematical Learning, Instruction, and Assessment
16% of the exam

• The development of children’s mathematical skills
• Planning and organizing instruction
• Formal and informal assessment techniques

The TExES Mathematics 4-8 exam is a computer-adaptive test. Basically, this means that the questions will become harder or easier as you go through the exam, based on how well you’re answering the questions.

For example, say you answered the first question correctly. The first question is of medium difficulty, so the next question will be slightly harder. Then, let’s say you answered the second question incorrectly. The next question would then be a medium question.

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## How to Register

To get started with your registration, you’ll need to create an account on the NES website. You can then register for the exam and schedule a test date through your account.

When you submit your registration, you’ll need to pay the \$116 testing fee.

## Exam Scores

The test is scored using a scaled scoring method. Here’s how it works:

For every question you answer correctly, you get one point added to your raw score. At the end of the test, your final raw score will be converted to a scaled score. This scaled score will range somewhere between 100 and 300.

You will need a score of 240 to pass the test.

The reason your raw score is converted to a scaled score is because everyone who takes the test is given a slightly different set of questions. Since everyone has a different arrangement of questions, and because some questions are harder than others, converting your raw score to a scaled score ensures a more even playing field.

## FAQs

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How many questions are on the TExES Mathematics 4-8 exam?

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The exam contains 100 questions.

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What is the time limit for the TExES Mathematics 4-8 exam?

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The exam is timed at 4 hours and 45 minutes.

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What is the passing score for the TExES Mathematics 4-8 exam?

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You’ll need to get a final score of at least 240 to pass.

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How much does the TExES Mathematics 4-8 exam cost?

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The testing fee is \$116.