New Jersey HSPA Math with Online Practice Tests 3rd Ed

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Research & Education Association, Sep 9, 2011 - Study Aids - 288 pages
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Is your 11th grader ready for the NJ HSPA? REA’s NJ HSPA Test Prep Gets Students Ready for the Mathematics Exam! Third Edition with Bonus Practice Exams! All 11th grade students in New Jersey are required to pass the NJ HSPA (New Jersey High School Proficiency Assessment). This revised edition of our popular test prep gives students all the information they need to succeed on this important high-stakes exam. Fully aligned with the core curriculum standards of the NJ Department of Education, our test prep features a student-friendly, targeted review of the concepts tested on the exam, including Numerical Operations; Geometry & Measurement; Patterns & Algebra; Data Analysis, Probability & Discrete Mathematics. Focused lessons explain math concepts in easy-to-understand language that’s suitable for students at any learning level. Drills, examples, and diagnostic tests strengthen crucial math skills and reinforce what students have learned. The book contains two full-length practice tests with detailed explanations of answers that allow students to test their knowledge and focus on areas in need of improvement. As an added bonus, two additional practice tests not found in the book are available online. Each unique practice test features automatic scoring, diagnostic feedback, and detailed explanations of answers. Test-taking tips and strategies give high school students added confidence and ease anxiety before the exam. Whether used in a classroom, at home for self-study, or as a textbook supplement, teachers, parents, and students will consider this book a “must-have” prep for the HSPA. REA test preps and software have proven to be the extra support students need to pass their challenging state-required tests. Our comprehensive test preps are teacher-recommended and written by experienced educators.

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