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What You Need To Know About The FTCE

Whichever subject you intend to teach, you’ll find that passing the FTCE test will require you to make use of two sets of skills: recalling the knowledge that you possess; and answering exam questions quickly and accurately.

Both of these skill sets are vitally important. A good FTCE study guide can help you develop these skills.

What is the FTCE?

The FTCE is a set of three exams:

The Professional Education Exam contains about 120 questions that test your knowledge of pedagogy and education.

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The Subject Area Exam examines your knowledge of your chosen subject.

The General Knowledge Test sounds like a quiz, but is actually a basic skills test that examines knowledge of mathematics, reading the English language, and essay-writing.

Time management and the process of elimination will be important elements in getting the score you need to pass the FTCE and become a teacher.

Two Types Of Questions, Two Types Of Challenge

FTCE questions come in two forms: Multiple-choice questions ask you to choose the best answer from five options. In these questions, it is important to remember that the best answer isn’t necessarily the only correct answer. You may find that two answers look correct; one answer will be more correct than the other. (This also means that when two answers look the same, you’ve got a 50/50 chance of guessing the right one.)

Essay questions ask you to produce two short essays. A pre-planned structure is the key to maxing these questions and doing well on the FTCE exam. As usual, FTCE exam preparation is the key to success.
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