If you are wanting to take a practice test for the math part
of the THEA test, you have come to the right place.
If this is your first visit to our website, please read the disclaimer.
Also note that the design of the ACCUPLACER test
is different from the THEA math practice
test we link to on this page. All the problems on this test are
on the same page. On
the test you will be taking, one problem at a time will appear on your
computer screen. When a problem appears, you will click on the
at which point it proceeds to the next problem.
PRACTICE TEST IS SET
UP DIFFERENTLY THAN THE ACCUPLACER TEST, HOW WILL THIS HELP
question if I do say so myself.
You never know the exact questions you are going to get on the test. However, we do know the concepts over which you will be tested. I believe that if you have the mathematical concepts down, then you should be able to answer a wide variety of questions that use those concepts no matter what the format of the test is.
THEA Math Practice Test
Below is the link to the THEA practice test found at the
official THEA website put together by NES.
This practice test is basically set up the way you will see the real THEA math test. Of course, your test will be given in a test booklet.
This practice test will help
you get use to the way they word questions, practice strategizing, get
an idea of the length of the test (this practice test has 48 questions;
they tell me that the size of the actual test usually runs between 40
55 questions), get in the THEA math mode and get use to working a lot
math problems all at the same time.
Since there are 48 questions, it may take you awhile to go through all the problems, maybe between 1 to 3 hours, depending how fast you are (you would know more than anyone else). If at all possible, try to take the test in one setting to get use to how it will be for the real thing. If your schedule doesn't permit you to do this in one setting, that is ok, the most important thing is that you eventually go through all the problems on the practice test.
THEA (TASP) Study Guides
Note that we can not guarantee that you will pass your test after going through any of the tutorials in this website. However, it will definitely help you to better understand the topics covered. WTAMU and Kim Seward are not responsible for how a student does on any test for any reason including not being able to access the website due to any technology problems.
THEA is the registered
trademark of National Evaluation Systems, Inc. (NES). The material here has
neither been reviewed nor endorsed by NES.
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