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The CBEST Math exam is an appointment-only exam of 50 questions across the three skill sets detailed above. You will take the test at either an approved testing facility on a computer or paper or from a private computer under strict proctoring controls. Of the three skill sets, 30% of the questions are from estimation, measurement, and statistical principles; 35% are from computation and problem-solving; and 35% are from numerical and graphical relationships. These percentages are, however, an approximation. You will be given 2 hours to complete the entire test, with an additional 15 minutes to review a tutorial and nondisclosure agreement. You are not permitted to use a calculator in the examination room. The testing center will provide you with only a pen and a booklet of paper for taking notes as you work. All other materials are forbidden in the testing room.

### NUMERICAL AND GRAPHIC RELATIONSHIPS

This section deals with basic relationships between numbers and data, such as computing percentages from one year’s data to the next year. You will likely be asked to understand the relationship between fractions, identify the position of a fraction within a set of fractions, or determine if one is larger or smaller than another. Expect to use greater than/less than or equal to symbols, as well as demonstrate equivalence between fractions with different denominators, formulas, and percentages. The test will also require understanding of how to round numbers while solving a mathematical question.

You typically must know how to use basic Boolean logic by using connectors such as an/or/if/then and appropriate quantifier terms such as some/all/none. You may be presented with tabulated data and have to calculate the subtotal or a missing value. This may be a spreadsheet or other visualized data such as a bar, line or circle graph, and you may be required to solve a problem from the presented information.

### COMPUTATION AND PROBLEM SOLVING

This section focuses on number operations, including algebra, and solving problems after being given limited information. It typically involves being required to add, subtract, multiply and divide whole numbers, as well as adding and subtracting negative numbers. You will likely be asked to perform a number of basic mathematical operations, including addition, subtraction, multiplication and division, using fractions, decimals and percentages.

This section involves basic algebraic problems such as solving for an unknown variable. You will likely be asked to study a problem and determine if it can be solved from the available facts. The test will likely ask you to perform operations to solve practical problems such as multiplying a quantity by a price to determine the total cost of an invoice, or by summing the items in a list. It typically also asks you to consider different mathematical ways of solving a given problem, relying on your ability to look at a problem using multiple methods.

### Course Curriculum

 Part 1 : CBEST Section 1 Math California Basic Educational Skills Test - Math Part 1 : CBEST Section 1 Math California Basic Educational Skills Test – Math 00:25:00 Part 2 : CBEST Section 1 Math California Basic Educational Skills Test - Math Part 2 : CBEST Section 1 Math California Basic Educational Skills Test – Math 00:25:00 Part 3 : CBEST Section 1 Math California Basic Educational Skills Test - Math Part 3 : CBEST Section 1 Math California Basic Educational Skills Test – Math 00:25:00

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