Few people will be familiar with all the math concepts covered by this exam. To find the gaps in your knowledge, take our FTCE practice test. Then use our customized video presentations and practice sessions to strengthen your performance in the exact areas you need. Once you feel confident in your new skills, you can confirm that you’re ready to take the FTCE by going through our FTCE math practice test again, which will include all new questions the second time around.
“What I loved about this course was how you all broke down the information and then built on it. I found the practice followed by the quizzes really helpful. The section review was a handy refresher as well. One more thing that I remember that was very helpful was when you pointed out common mistakes. You covered everything on the FTCE test and I was well prepared. Your instruction was so clear and easy to follow. I really cannot thank you enough.”
– COURTNEY REES
Remember That Practice Makes Perfect
The best way to do well on any math test is to practice beforehand. If the FTCE test is in your future, you probably already know how important it is. Below you’ll learn a bit more about the test and how best to prepare for it.
The FTCE, or Florida Teacher Certification Examination, is a test aimed at making sure that certified teachers in Florida possess the proper pedagogical and subject matter competencies in order to be effective teachers. The exam battery breaks down into one professional education exam, four general knowledge tests (English language, math, reading, and an essay), and 42 subject matter tests. Even if you aren’t required to take a math subject matter test (depending on the subject you’re planning on teaching), you will need to score a passing grade on the math general knowledge test, and the exam is fairly rigorous. In order to do well and qualify for your teaching certification, you’ll need to learn or re-familiarize yourself with a wide range of math concepts including:
What Are the Ramifications of Not Passing My FTCE Test?
For many people, teaching is a passion, something they’ve wanted to do their entire lives. Unfortunately, if you’re looking to be certified as a teacher in Florida, the FTCE test is standing between you and your dreams. If you can’t pass, you can’t qualify for teaching certification in the state of Florida. Don’t let math be the subject that keeps you from doing what you love. If it’s been a while since you’ve done advanced math, or if you never learned it properly, now is the time to get prepared. All it takes is the proper tool and a commitment to learning, and you’ll find yourself on the other side of your FTCE with a passing grade.
I Want to Do Well! What’s the Best Way for Me to Prepare for My FTCE?
Our FTCE math practice test is the best way to begin. There will be holes in your math knowledge. It’s inevitable. But you’re not alone! The best way to prepare for your FTCE is to use our practice test to figure out exactly what concepts you’re missing.
Then, using our streamlined video instruction and interactive practice, you can work on the precise content you need to learn. In this way, you’ll prepare for your exam as efficiently and effectively as possible. With the support you’ll receive from MathHelp, your confidence in your abilities will soar, and your score will too!
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18:16 29 Dec 19
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