Middle Grades Mathematics 5–9 (025) Resource Materials

Test Information Guide: Test Content and Sample Questions
If you plan to take this exam prior to January 1, 2024, please review the following test information guide.
  1. Test and Test Information Guide Development
  2. Preparation Strategies
  3. Competencies and Skills and Blueprint
  4. Multiple-Choice Questions
  5. Bibliography

If you plan to take this exam on or after January 1, 2024, please review the following test information guide.
  1. Test and Test Information Guide Development
  2. Preparation Strategies
  3. Competencies and Skills and Blueprint
  4. Multiple-Choice Questions
  5. Bibliography
Mapping Test Content to Courses Taken Worksheets If you plan to take this exam prior to January 1, 2024, please use the PDF or Microsoft® Word worksheet.
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If you plan to take this exam on or after January 1, 2024, please use the interactive worksheet.
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Tutorials

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Tutorial(s) for exams taken through 9/30/2023:
Standard Multiple-Choice Tutorial
Tutorial(s) for exams taken beginning 10/1/2023:
Standard Multiple-Choice Tutorial
Reference Materials Provided for This Test A scientific calculator, such as the TI-30 XIIS, TI-30 XS, or similar model, will be provided at the test site through September 30, 2023. Beginning October 1, 2023, an on-screen scientific calculator will be provided during the test. Examinees may not bring their own calculator.
A reference sheet is not provided for this test.
Hand-held calculators may be available upon request.
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