TASC Math Exam
Everything you need to know!
The TASC Mathematics test evaluates your ability to solve mathematical problems and apply mathematics to a variety of contexts. On the Mathematics Test, you will have 105 minutes to answer approximately 42-43 questions. You will spend 50 minutes answering questions with a calculator and 55 minutes answering questions for which you may not use a calculator. You may take a 15-minute break between those two sections.
Most questions on the Mathematics Test will be multiple choice. Some questions will ask you to bubble a numerical answer into the grid. Questions on this test will target skills such as: performing number operations to solve problems, solving word problems, understanding proportions and percentages, interpreting graphic representations of data, finding averages, understanding and performing operations with algebraic expressions, solving linear and quadratic equations, and solving problems using geometric formulas.
For the Math with Calculator section of the test, you can access the online calculator by clicking on the calculator icon. You can also take your hand-held TI-30XS MultiView™ calculator to use on test day. You will also receive a two-page formula sheet listing common mathematical formulas.
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