## CliffsNotes FTCE General Knowledge Test, 3rd EditionThe exam that all future teachers in Florida need to take — The FTCE General Knowledge test — is being revised in May 2014. After that date the test will be offered year round by appointment. The general knowledge test is required for every educational specialty. Chapter reviews dedicated to the four subtests that comprise the FTCE General Knowledge Test: • Essays Included in the package are two model full-length practice tests to ensure success on test-taking day. |

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### Contents

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Review for the General Knowledge English Language Skills Subtest | 27 |

Review for the General Knowledge Mathematics Subtest | 57 |

Review for the General Knowledge Reading Subtest | 233 |

General Knowledge Practice Test 1 | 263 |

General Knowledge Practice Test 2 | 321 |

Back Cover | 373 |

Spine | 374 |

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CliffsTestPrep FTCE: General Knowledge Test Jeffrey S. Kaplan,Sandra Luna McCune, PhD No preview available - 2005 |

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