Single Subject Question

Discussion in 'Single Subject Tests' started by hopeleslienlove, Sep 6, 2004.

  1. hopeleslienlove

    hopeleslienlove New Member

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    I am currently in the process of completing my BA and will finish in Dec of this year. I have already passed Subtest II and III and will take the Subtest I on Sept 18. Despite the fact that I'm ALMOST finished completing the multiple subject test, I am now considering the SSAT in math. My question you ask? Well I'm strong in math but I've only taken math courses up to college algebra. So I am wondering if I can take the SSAT in geometry and algebra without having to take trigonometry etc? I am interested in teaching junior high/high school math up to Algebra II. But now I'm wondering if I have to take ALL the sections in math similar to how we (Mult. Subj people) have to take Subtest 1, 2, and 3. Does it work the same way with SSAT?

    Would love to hear from people! :rolleyes:
     
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    There is the Foundational SS Math credential which is Subtest I (Algebra & Number Theory) and Subtest II (Geometry & Probability/Statistics). Check out the CSET website for descriptions and sample questions. You are going to be the best judge as to whether you are at that level. Also check out
    http://innovationguy.easyjournal.com/ (which is mentioned elsewhere in this site) for some good info on making your decision. Some good books and review may work for you.

    Best of luck.
     

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