He aha te mea i runga i te whakamātautau HiSET ™?

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He aha te mea i runga i te whakamātautau HiSET? Ko te ara pai ki te faaineine no to koutou whakamātautau ko te ki te mohio he aha te mea i runga i te whakamātautau HiSET. Here is the information you need to know about what is on the HiSET test. Ako e founga ki te ako me te mahi mo te whakamātautau.

What is on the HiSET test? The best way to prepare for your test is to know what is on the HiSET test. Here is the information you need to know about what is on the HiSET test. Learn how to study and practice for the test.

He aha te mea i runga i te whakamātautau HiSET?

What is on the HiSET test?

Aha e titau ahau?

What should I expect?

He aha te mea i runga i te whakamātautau HiSET? Ko tenei te mea e taea e koe te mahara:

What is on the HiSET test? This is what you can expect:

  • Ka haere koe ki te pokapū whakamātautau ki te tango i te whakamātautau HiSET
  • E kore e taea e koe te tango i te whakamātautau HiSET online
  • Ka taea e koe te tango i te whakamātautau i runga i te rorohiko ki runga i te pepa ranei i te nuinga o ngā pokapū whakamātautau
  • Ka taea e koe te tango i te whakamātautau i roto i English Spanish ranei
  • He te whakamātautau 5 wāhanga, ka karanga subtests - kotahi mo ia wāhi ihirangi (kaupapa)
  • You will go to a testing center to take the HiSET test
  • You cannot take the HiSET test online
  • You can take the test on a computer or on paper at most testing centers
  • You can take the test in English or Spanish
  • The test has 5 parts, called subtests – one for each content area (subject)

e i waenganui i te whakamātautau katoa te iti roa atu i 7 haora, engari ka taea e te tango e koe i te 5 wāhanga i runga i rerekē ra i runga i te maha o nga marama. He pai hoki ngā kaimahi pukumahi, me ngā mātua i tenei. Te auraa ra, e taea e koe te whiriwhiri ki te ako mō ia wāhanga o te whakamātautau motuhake. Ranei e taea te tango e koe i te wahi e koe kua mohio, a ka whakamahi i tō wa ki ako mo nga wahi uaua.

The whole test takes between a little longer than 7 hours, but you can take the 5 parts on different days over several months. This is good for busy workers and parents. It means you can choose to study for each part of the test separately. Or you can take the parts you already know, and then use your time to study for the harder parts.

Me pēhea e mohio ahau ki te ahau e ahau rite ki te tango i te whakamātautau?

How do I know if I am ready to take the test?

Ka taea e koe te tango i to tatou free whakamātautau mahi ipurangi ki te kite, ki te he rite koutou. taea hoki e koe tiki maha whakamātautau mahi HiSET ™ mōhiohio ki te tango i tuimotu.

You can take our free online practice tests to see if you are ready. You can also download many official HiSET™ practice tests to take offline.

He aha e nga pātai rite?

What are the questions like?

He te whakamātautau HiSET ™ pātai maha-papai katoa anake hoki kotahi pātai tuhinga roa.

The HiSET™ test has all multiple-choice questions except for one essay question.

example multiple choice questionpātai Maha-kōwhiringa

example multiple choice questionMultiple-choice questions

He pātai maha-kōwhiringa homai koe i te kōwhiringa o whakautu. ai kia te pātai e pā ana ki te kuputuhi, ranei i taea e te reira e pā ana ki te pikitia mahere ranei. kia waiho te reira i te hoahoa, tae atu i te tūtohi, ripanga, kauwhata ranei. Kei raro te kuputuhi whakapakoko ranei ka waiho i te pātai, me te ka he rārangi o whakautu, rite tenei tauira ki te matau. whiriwhiri koe te tika kotahi mā te pāwhiri i te porohita i runga i te rorohiko, hanga ranei he tohu i runga i te pepa.

A multiple-choice question gives you a choice of answers. The question might be about text, or it could be about a picture or map. It might be a diagram, including a chart, table, or graph. Below the text or image will be a question and then a list of answers, like this example to the right. You choose the right one by clicking a circle on the computer, or making a mark on paper.

Ko te mea pai e pā ana ki ngā pātai maha-whiriwhiri ko e te whakahoki, ko te reira tonu i roto i te mua o koutou. Koe tika i ki te feruri i roto i nei tetahi ko reira. Ki te mahi i tenei, Me koe ki te titiro āta i te mōhiohio e hoatu e koe. rawa āta Pānuitia te pātai, rawa. kia tinihanga reira koutou he iti bit - hei tauira, kia mea i te reira, e kore he pono e whakahoki?

The good thing about multiple-choice questions is that the answer is always there in front of you. You just have to figure out which one it is. To do this, you need to look carefully at the information you are given. Read the question very carefully, too. It might trick you a little bit – for example, it might say, Which answer is not true?

pātai tuhinga roa

Essay question

Ka whai tō whakamātau ™ HiSET kotahi pātai tuhinga roa i roto i te wāhanga i huaina Reo Arts - Writing. Hoki tenei pātai, Ka whai koe tuhituhi i te torutoru palakalafi e pā ana ki te kaupapa e hoatu e koe.

Your HiSET™ test will have one essay question in the section called Language Arts – Writing. For this question, you will have write a few paragraphs about a topic you are given.

Whakamātauria ratou i roto i!

Try them out!

Ka taea e koe te tango i te whakamātautau HiSET ™ i runga i te pepa ranei i runga i te rorohiko. Whakamātauria te hōputu rerekē - ka e taea ki te whakaoti katoa o nga momo pātai koe ki te mahi koe i mua o te wā!

You can take the HiSET™ test on paper or on a computer. Try the different formats – you will be able to complete all of the question types if you practice ahead of time!

He aha e nga kaupapa?

What are the subjects?

He aha te mea i runga i te whakamātautau HiSET? E rima subtests (kaupapa) i runga i te whakamātautau HiSET ™: akoranga pāpori, pūtaiao, pāngarau (pāngarau hoki poto), pānui me te tuhituhi.

What is on the HiSET test? There are five subtests (subjects) on the HiSET™ exam: social studies, science, mathematics (math for short), reading and writing.

toi Reo - pānui

Language arts – reading

e test pānui - te toi reo HiSET ™ 65 meneti. he 50 pātai maha-kōwhiringa.

The HiSET™ language arts – reading test takes 65 minutes. It has 50 multiple-choice questions.

ine tēnei whakamātau koutou kaha ki te mahino ka whakamāori Rauemi Pānui. Ka whakahoki e koe ngā pātai e pā ana ki te rauemi i kite koe.

This test measures your ability to understand and interpret reading material. You will answer questions about the material you read.

kia waiho i te kupu i te rauemi, he reta, he tuhinga ā-nūpepa, ranei te irava i te pukapuka. 60 ōrau o ngā tuhinga kei i tuhinga (pukapuka rotarota mō te tauira ranei) a 40 ōrau o ngā tuhinga he mōhiohio, pērā i ngā tuhinga. Ko te tuhinga lau koe ka waiho e pā ana ki 400 ki 600 kupu te roa.

The material might be from a speech, a letter, a newspaper article, or a passage from a book. 60 percent of texts are from literature (novels or poetry for example) and 40 percent of texts are information, such as articles. The texts you read will be about 400 to 600 words long.

toi Reo - tuhituhi

Language arts – writing

Ko te toi reo HiSET ™ - e test tuhituhi 120 meneti. he 2 wāhanga: te wahi tuatahi ki 60 pātai maha-kōwhiringa pumau 75 meneti, me te wahi tuarua ki 1 pātai tuhinga roa whakamutunga 45 meneti.

The HiSET™ language arts – writing test takes 120 minutes. It has 2 parts: the first part with 60 multiple-choice questions lasts 75 minutes, and the second part with 1 essay question last 45 minutes.

ine tēnei whakamātau koutou kaha ki te whakatika me te fakatonutonu paerewa kuputuhi American English. ka ui te reira koutou pātai e pā ana ki ara tika o te tuhituhi. ka whakamātau i te reira i to koutou matauranga o te wetereo.

This test measures your ability to edit and correct standard American English text. It will ask you questions about correct ways of writing. It will test your understanding of grammar.

Ki te pātai tuhinga roa, e hiahia ana te testers kia kite e taea e koe te whakarite i ō mōhiohio, whakawhanake i tētahi whakaaro whakaaro ranei, hoatu tauira, a tuhituhi mārama e pā ana ki o koutou whakaaro.

With the essay question, the testers want to see that you can organize your information, develop an idea or opinion, give examples, and write clearly about your thoughts.

e kore e hiahia ana koe ki te mohio tetahi meka ki haere te whakamātautau toi reo. Me koe ki te whakaatu e matau koe ki tau e korero koe e whakautu pātai, me e taea e koe te tuhituhi tika English.

You don’t need to know any facts to pass the language arts test. You need to show that you understand what you are reading by answering questions, and that you can write correct English.

akoranga pāpori

Social studies

pumau te HiSET ™ ako pāpori whakamātautau 70 meneti. he 60 pātai maha-kōwhiringa.

The HiSET™social studies test lasts 70 minutes. It has 60 multiple-choice questions.

kia mahara te testers etahi matauranga taketake e pā ana ki te ao, me te United States, engari ine te reira i to koutou kaha ki te mahino me te whakamārama i ngā mōhiohio neke atu i whakamatautau reira koutou mohio o meka. Koe e lau ka arotake mōhiohio e pā ana ki ngā kaupapa pērā i hītori, pūtaiao tōrangapū, hinengaro, pāpori, mātauranga tikanga, geography me te ohaoha.

The testers may expect some basic knowledge about the world and the United States, but it measures your ability to understand and interpret information more than it tests your knowledge of facts. You will read and evaluate information about subjects such as history, political science, psychology, sociology, anthropology, geography and economics.

Ko te pātai whakamahi tuhinga tuatahi, pānui, pakiwaituhi, ngā wātaka, mahere, kauwhata, tepu, ngā tūtohi me te mau irava pānui.

The questions use primary documents, posters, cartoons, timelines, maps, graphs, tables, charts as well as reading passages.

Pāngarau

Mathematics

pumau te pāngarau whakamātautau HiSET ™ 90 meneti. he 55 pātai maha-kōwhiringa. Kia whakamahi koe i he tātaitai mo tenei wāhanga. Ko te putanga rorohiko o tenei whakamātautau he tātaitai i runga i-mata. Ki te e tango koe i te whakamātautau pepa-tukua, ka hoatu e koe tou pokapū whakamātautau he tātaitai puriringa. Ko te whakatau mo te momo o te tātaitai whakamahia ko ake to koutou ahua ki.

The HiSET™ math test lasts 90 minutes. It has 55 multiple-choice questions. You may use a calculator for this section. The computer version of this test has an on-screen calculator. If you’re taking the paper-delivered test, your test center will give you a handheld calculator. The decision for the type of calculator used is up to your state.

Ka ine i te whakamātautau koutou māramatanga o te maha momo o pāngarau. E te aroaro nga pātai rite raruraru mahi. Ka whakahoki kupu koe ki a ratou te whakamahi i ngā mahi tau, inenga, i whakarite ai, tikanga raraunga me te whakaaro arorau.

The test will measure your understanding of several kinds of mathematics. The questions are presented as practical problems. You will answer them using numerical operations, measurement, estimation, data interpretation and logical thinking.

Ka whakamahi te nuinga o te whakamātautau tika pūkenga pāngarau taketake me ngā pūkenga whakaaroaro. He maha ngā pātai (45%) whakamahi taurangi, a ka whakamahi i etahi āhuahanga.

Most of the test will use just basic math skills and reasoning skills. Many questions (45%) use algebra, and some will use geometry.

pūtaiao

Science

e te pāngarau whakamātautau HiSET ™ 80 meneti. he 60 pātai maha-kōwhiringa.

The HiSET™ math test takes 80 minutes. It has 60 multiple-choice questions.

ine te whakamātau i tō māramatanga o te tahi mau whakaaro pūtaiao taketake. ka whakamātau i te reira i to koutou kaha ki te whakamahi i ihirangi pūtaiao matauranga, whakamahi i ngā mātāpono o te uiui pūtaiao (te huarahi pūtaiao), me te whakamāori me te arotake mōhiohio pūtaiao.

The test measures your understanding of some basic scientific ideas. It will test your ability to use science content knowledge, apply principles of scientific inquiry (the scientific method), and interpret and evaluate scientific information.

Ka whakamahi i te pātai kauwhata, tepu me ngā tūtohi me te kuputuhi ki te tapaea mōhiohio me ngā hua.

The questions will use graphs, tables and charts as well as text to present information and results.

Kia pehea te e ngä nga whakamātautau?

How are the tests scored?

Hei haere te HiSET ™, whai koe ki te whiriwhiri i te whakahoki tika ki te maha etahi o ngā pātai. ka hoatu aua whakautu tika koutou ngā. Ko te maha ka taea te katoa o ngā taea te tiki e koe i runga i nga subtests rima katoa tahi ko 100.

To pass the HiSET™, you have to choose the right answer to a certain number of questions. Those right answers will give you points. The total possible number of points you can get on all the five subtests together is 100.

  • Tō score katoa i runga i nga subtests katoa huihui kia i te iti rawa 45 tohu i roto i o te taea 100 ngā.
  • I ia iti-whakamātautau, Me piro koe i te iti rawa 8 i roto i o te taea 20 ngā.
  • I runga i te pātai tuhinga roa o nga toi reo - test tuhituhi, Me piro koe i te iti rawa 2 i roto i o te taea 6 ngā.
  • Your total score on all the subtests together must be at least 45 points out of a possible 100 points.
  • On each sub-test, you must score at least 8 out of a possible 20 points.
  • On the essay question of the language arts – writing test, you must score at least 2 out of a possible 6 points.

whai ahau pātai e pā ana ki te pehea, ki te tango i te whakamātautau HiSET ™ i roto i toku āhua.

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