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How to Pass the FTCE General Knowledge Test (GK): Mathematics (828) exam?

Discover your strengths and weaknesses using a diagnostic test

Our study guide includes a diagnostic test you can take before you start studying to determine your strengths and weaknesses. After completing the diagnostic test you will receive a personalized study plan so you know what to focus on in your studies.

Master the concepts covered on the exam using test-aligned study materials

The study guide’s instruction content breaks down the key information you need to know about each concept. Includes written and video content for different learning styles

Assess your knowledge of each concept with practice questions

The study guide comes with 1000s of authentic practice questions. Each concept comes with a set of quizzes you can take to assess your knowledge of the material you just studied.

Take full-length practice tests to ensure you are ready on test day

The study guide includes three full-length practice tests. These tests are designed to mimic the real exam, meaning they have the same numbers of questions and time limit as the real exam.

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Study Guide Format

The FTCE General Knowledge Mathematics (828) study guide includes instructional videos, quizzes, flashcards, and 1000+ practice questions. The study guide covers 9 concepts including Number Sense, Geometry, Inequalities and much more!

What Concepts are Covered in the FTCE General Knowledge Mathematics (828) Study Guide?

The FTCE General Knowledge Mathematics (828) study guide consists of the following concepts:

ConceptNumber of LessonsPractice Questions
Number Sense672
Numerical Concepts and Operations683
Geometry650
Measurement15178
Algebric Expressions794
Inequalities973
Algebra581
Data Analysis7104
Statistics and Probability764

Each concept includes instructional content and videos to ensure you understand that topic. They also come with practice questions so you can test yourself on the information you just learned.

How to Use the Study Guide

You can start studying by taking our diagnostic test to learn your strengths and weaknesses. Then you can start working through the concepts. The instructional content, which includes videos and written content,  gives you all the necessary information to understand that topic. Each concept has its own set of flashcards and quizzes you can use to test your knowledge of that specific concept quickly. Once you have worked through all the concepts, you can move on to the full-length practice tests. These practice tests mimic the test day environment, meaning they will have the same amount of questions and time limit as the real test. You will have three attempts at taking the practice test.

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Benefits of Using the Study Guide

The FTCE General Knowledge Mathematics study guide was created to help you pass your FTCE General Knowledge Mathematics (828) exam. The comprehensive study guide provides you with all the information and study resources you need to be successful on test day!

The FTCE General Knowledge Mathematics (828) exam assesses your knowledge and skills in math related areas. Once you have passed your exam you are one step closer to getting into the classroom!

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FTCE General Knowledge: Math Quick Facts

Test Breakdown:

The FTCE General Knowledge: Mathematics exam consists of approximately 35 multiple choice questions and has a I hour and 40 minute time limit.

Learn more about the exam’s format in our full exam overview.

Cost

$32.50 for one subtest ($130 for all four subtest together)

Number of Attempts

There are no limits on how many times you can take the test before you pass — however, you have to wait 31 days between testing attempts.

What to Bring

You need to bring two valid, unexpired forms of identification in English.

Dates and Locations

Tests are by appointment only, year-round. Click here to find a testing site near you.

Scoring

For the Mathematics, English Language Skills, and Reading Subtests, you must score at least 200 points on each to pass.

Learn more about the exam’s scoring in our FTCE General Knowledge: Math Scoring Guide.

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FTCE GK: Math FAQs

What can I expect when I arrive at the testing site to take the FTCE General Knowledge test?

When you get to the testing site, expect to have your identification checked, your photo taken, your palm scanned, your eyeglasses checked, and to place your belongings in a secure storage space. You will be given an erasable notepad and pen. Before starting the test, you’ll have to complete a short tutorial and sign an agreement.

How long will the FTCE General Knowledge: Math test take me?

The full test itself is 1 hour and 40 minutes, but expect to be at the testing site longer. It takes time to get checked in and get started. Plan to arrive at least 30 minutes before your appointment time.

Do I get a break during the FTCE GKT: Mathematics test?

You will not receive a break when only taking the Mathematics subtest in a single session. If you take all four General Knowledge subtests in a single session, you will receive a 15-minute break.

How do I pass the FTCE General Knowledge test?

To pass the FTCE General Knowledge test, you must first understand what is on the exam and what you will be expected to know. The best way is to review the 240Tutoring test breakdown materials and practice questions. Once you identify areas of weakness, you can begin targeting those areas with instructional content and practice questions.

Is the FTCE General Knowledge: Math test hard?

Yea, it’s challenging. According to the FTCE FELE 2019 Annual Administration and Technical Report, in 2019 48% of test takers passed the FTCE GK Math exam.

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