How do you take state exam practice tests?


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State practice tests for educational and practical exams are available for review online. Washington state’s DMV and education websites provide practice questions for standard tests as does the independent test prep site, smarterbalanced.org. The sites help students prepare for the Smarter Balanced Practice, the Math and Biology End-of-Course, High School Proficiency, Reading and Measurements of Student Progress exams.

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A specific area’s DMV’s website publishes practice materials for the written portion of the state’s driving tests; multiple choice questions draw from material published in the state’s driving guide and rules of the road. These are available for free download along with other study material.

The practice questions online for standard educational tests cover the writing, math, science and English language arts/literacy sections that appear on exams. In Washington, students must achieve above a minimum standard in each section to progress to the next grade or receive a diploma. Students in grades 3 through 8 take End-of-Grade tests at the end of each year and high school students need to pass an End-of-Course test to advance.

States set academic standards that change annually; find practice questions as well as the specific standards and subjects of the exams under the “testing” tab of the region’s Department of Education website.

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