He aha te mea i runga i te whakamātautau TASC?

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He aha te mea i runga i te whakamātautau TASC? 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 TASC. Kimihia whakautu ki a koutou pātai e pā ana ki te mea ki te titau i roto i te whakamātautau. Ako e founga ki te ako me te mahi mo te whakamātautau.

What is on the TASC test? The best way to prepare for your test is to know what is on the TASC test. Find answers to your questions about what to expect in the test. Learn how to study and practice for the test.

He aha te mea i runga i te whakamātautau TASC

What is on the TASC test

Aha e titau ahau?

What should I expect?

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

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

  • Ka haere koe ki te pae whakamātautau-whakaaetia ki te tango i te whakamātautau TASC
  • E kore e taea e koe te tango i te whakamātautau TASC online
  • Ka taea e koe te tango i te whakamātautau i runga i te rorohiko ki runga i te pepa ranei
  • 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 test-approved site to take the TASC test
  • You cannot take the TASC test online
  • You can take the test on a computer or on paper
  • You can take the test in English or Spanish
  • The test has 5 parts, called subtests – one for each content area (subject)

e te whakamātautau katoa 7 haora 30 meneti. Ko koutou e taea e te tango i te 5 wāhanga i runga i rerekē ra. 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 7 hours 30 minutes. But you can take the 5 parts on different days. 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.

You can take our free online practice tests to see if you are ready.

Me tango ahau i te whakamātautau i runga i te pepa rorohiko ranei?

Should I take the test on paper or computer?

Ētahi pae whakamātautau whakahere te whakamātautau i runga i te rorohiko, ētahi atu whakahere te whakamātautau i runga i te pepa, me etahi whakahere kōwhiringa e rua.

Some test sites offer the test on computer, others offer the test on paper, and some offer both choices.

Ki te kei te tango koe i te whakamātautau i runga i te rorohiko, Me whiwhi koe i whakamarie te whakamahi i te taputapu e kitea e koe i roto i te whakamātautau. Ka taea e koe te tamata i te taputapu i runga i te TASC whakangungu taputapu ipurangi. Ki te kore koe e whakamahia ki rorohiko, kia whakatau koe ki te mahi i to koutou pae whakamātautau ki te rorohiko tūturu, kiore me te papapātuhi ka whakamahi koe i roto i te whakamātautau.

If you are taking the test on a computer, you must get comfortable using the tools you will find in the test. You can try the tools on the TASC online tools training. If you are not used to computers, you may decide to practice at your test site with the actual computer, mouse and keyboard you will use in the test.

ranei, ai koe whakatau hiahia koe te whakamātautau pepa. Whakamahia te pātai mahi mōhiohio ki te tamata i roto i whakautu TASC pātai i runga i te pepa.

Or, you may decide you prefer the paper test. Use the official practice questions to try out answering TASC questions on paper.

He aha e nga pātai rite?

What are the questions like?

He aha te mea i runga i te whakamātautau TASC? Ko te whakamātautau TASC He maha ngā momo rerekē o ngā pātai. Ko ētahi hoki te whakamātautau rorohiko, ētahi atu i te he mo te whakamātautau pepa.

What is on the TASC test? The TASC test has several different types of questions. Some are for the computer test, while others are for the paper test.

pātai Maha-kōwhiringa

Multiple-choice questions

Multiple-choice questions are for both the computer and paper tests. 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.

Multiple-choice questions are for both the computer and paper tests. 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.

example multiple choice question

example multiple choice question

Multiple-select questions look like multiple-choice questions. Ko ui ratou koe ki te tīpako rua ranei e toru whakautu tika hei utu o tika kotahi.

Multiple-select questions look like multiple-choice questions. But they ask you to select two or three correct answers instead of just one.

Ko te mea pai e pā ana ki ngā pātai maha-papai, me te maha-tīpako pātai ko e te mau pahonoraa kei reira tonu i roto i te mua o koutou. Koe tika i ki te feruri i roto i te kotahi matau(s). 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 and multiple-select questions is that the answers are always there in front of you. You just have to figure out the right one(s). 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?

 

 

whakautu Gridded

Gridded response

whakautu Gridded (whakautu) E whakamahia hoki ngā pātai pāngarau i runga i rua i te pepa me te whakamātautau rorohiko. Ka Me koe ki te kia whakamahia ki tenei ara o tomo koutou whakautu i mua i tangohia e koe tou whakamātautau pāngarau.

Gridded responses (answers) are used for math questions on both the paper and the computer tests. You will need to get used to this ways of entering your answers before you take your math test.

Ki te whakautu gridded, Ka kia koe rua tomo tō whakautu. tuhituhi e koe ia tau tohu ranei i roto i te tapawha i te tihi. Na ka whakakiia koe i te reira i roto i ano na whakakauruku te porohita ki te taua maha o tohu i roto i te tīwae raro. Below is an example from a TASC math paper test for the answer 43.8. rite tenei titiro te tukutuku i runga i te whakamātautau rorohiko rawa.

With gridded responses, you will be entering your answer twice. You write each number or symbol in a square at the top. Then you fill it in again by shading the circle with the same number of symbol in the column below. Below is an example from a TASC math paper test for the answer 43.8. The grid looks like this on the computer test too.

Tō-a-te maturuturunga iho, me ētahi atu pātai rorohiko-anake

Drag-and-drop and other computer-only questions

pātai Tō-a-taka kei i runga i te whakamātautau rorohiko anake. Ka whakamahi te whakamātautau rorohiko aha TASC waea “hangarau-whakarei” pātai. Ko te hangarau rorohiko taea ki a koe te huri i mea i runga i te mata. Mā te whakamahi i te kiore, ka neke koe pouaka kuputuhi i te wāhi pātai ki tētahi wāhi whakahoki. ai ranei te utu e koe he aho i waenganui i ngā pouaka. He ka tohutohu ngā i roto i te pātai. Ki te matau ana koe ki te whakamahi i te kiore, Ko te tino taketake, me te ngāwari te hangarau.

Drag-and-drop questions are only on the computer test. The computer test uses what TASC calls “technology-enhanced” questions. The computer technology allows you to change things on the screen. Using the mouse, you will move text boxes from a question area to an answer area. Or you might draw a line between boxes. There will be instructions included in the question. If you know how to use a mouse, the technology is very basic and easy.

pātai tuhituhi

Writing questions

Tō whakamātautau TASC ka ngā pātai e rapua e koe ki te tuhituhi i te whakahoki. i taea e te reira i te whakautu poto ranei i taea e te reira hei tuhinga roa.

Your TASC test will include questions that require you to write an answer. It could be a short response or it could be an essay.

  • whakautu hangaia: enei e poto tuhituhia ranei pato whakautu ki ngā pātai.
  • tuhituhi tohuaki (tuhinga roa): tko te roa tona tuhituhi pato whakahoki ki te tūemi i roto i to koutou whakamātautau tuhituhi ranei. Ka whai koe i tuhituhi i te torutoru palakalafi e pā ana ki te kaupapa e hoatu e koe.
  • Constructed response: these are short written or typed answers to questions.
  • Writing prompt (essay): this is a longer written or typed answer to an item in your writing test. 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 TASC runga 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 TASC 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 TASC? E rima subtests (kaupapa) i runga i te whakamātautau TASC: akoranga pāpori, pūtaiao, pāngarau (pāngarau hoki poto), pānui me te tuhituhi.

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

He aha te mea i runga i te whakamātautau TASC: pānui

What is on the TASC test: Reading

e te whakamātautau pānui 85 meneti. He pātai maha-kōwhiringa, tō-me-te maturuturunga iho tūemi ōrite ranei mo te whakamātautau rorohiko, me te pātai e hiahia te whakahoki hangaia.

The reading test takes 85 minutes. It has multiple-choice questions, drag-and-drop or similar items for the computer test, and a question that needs a constructed answer.

Ka whakahoki e koe rauemi e pā ana ki ngā tuhinga lau koe. Ka lau koe 75 % tuhinga mōhiohio, pērā i tuhinga niupepa tuhinga meka ranei. Ka lau koe 24 % kuputuhi tuhi, pērā i tuhaa no roto mai pūrākau, whakaari whiti ranei.

You will answer materials about texts you read. You will read 75 % informational texts, such as newspaper articles or factual essays. You will read 24 % literary text, such as excerpts from novels, plays or poems.

Ka ine i te whakamātautau:

The test will measure:

  • māramatanga: kia matau ki ta te irava ta
  • tātari: ui ki pehea a he aha e whakamahia kōrero
  • tono: whakawhiti whakaaro i tetahi horopaki ki tetahi
  • kōtuitanga: maka ana tahi whakaaro ki te matau i te tikanga nui
  • comprehension: understanding what the passage says
  • analysis: examining how and why details are used
  • application: transferring ideas from one context to another
  • synthesis: putting ideas together to understand a larger meaning

He aha te mea i runga i te whakamātautau TASC: tuhituhi

What is on the TASC test: Writing

pumau te whakamātautau tuhituhi 110 meneti. wāhanga 1 e 65 meneti. He pātai maha-kōwhiringa me te tō-me-te maturuturunga iho ranei tūemi ōrite mō te whakamātautau rorohiko. wāhanga 2 e 45 meneti, me te e kotahi pātai tuhinga roa i tuhituhia.

The writing test lasts 110 minutes. Part 1 takes 65 minutes. It has multiple-choice questions and drag-and-drop or similar items for the computer test. Part 2 takes 45 minutes and has one written essay question.

wāhanga 1 ka whanganga:

Part 1 will measure:

  • tuhituhi (15%)
  • wetereo / whakamahinga (30%)
  • pūmatuatanga / tohutuhi / takikupu (25%)
  • mōhiotanga o te reo (30%)
  • writing (15%)
  • grammar/usage (30%)
  • capitalization/punctuation/spelling (25%)
  • knowledge of language (30%)

wāhanga 2 (te tuhinga roa) Ka e ngä runga:

Part 2 (the essay) will be scored on:

  • mārama o te faaiteraa
  • whakahaere mārama me te rautaki
  • whanaketanga oti o whakaaro
  • hanganga rerenga kōrero, tohutuhi, wetereo, whiriwhiri kupu, me te tuhi
  • clarity of expression
  • clear and strategic organization
  • complete development of ideas
  • sentence structure, punctuation, grammar, word choice, and spelling

He aha te mea i runga i te whakamātautau TASC: akoranga pāpori

What is on the TASC test: Social studies

pumau te whakamātautau pāpori ako 75 meneti. He pātai maha-kōwhiringa, tō-me-te maturuturunga iho tūemi ōrite ranei mo te whakamātautau rorohiko, me te pātai e hiahia te whakahoki hangaia.

The social studies test lasts 75 minutes. It has multiple-choice questions, drag-and-drop or similar items for the computer test, and a question that needs a constructed answer.

I roto i te whakamātautau, ka whakahoki koe ngā pātai i runga i US me hītori ao, ohaoha, geography, civics, me te kāwanatanga. Ka ine i te whakamātautau koutou māramatanga o te mau parau tumu i roto i ia o aua wāhi. kia koe e titiro i mau irava kuputuhi, whakaahua, kauwhata, me ngā tūtohi. Ka taea e koe te ako more about the TASC Social studies subtest.

During the test, you will answer questions on US and world history, economics, geography, civics, and government. The test will measure your understanding of the basic principles in each of those areas. You will be looking at text passages, illustrations, graphs, and charts. You can learn more about the TASC Social studies subtest.

He aha te mea i runga i te whakamātautau TASC: Pāngarau

What is on the TASC test: Mathematics

pumau te whakamātautau pāngarau 105 meneti. hoki wāhanga 1 (55 meneti) whakamahi koe i he tātaitai. hoki wāhanga 2 (50 meneti) e kore e whakaaetia tātaitai. He pātai whiringa-maha, pātai whakautu gridded, me te tō-me-te maturuturunga iho tūemi ōrite ranei mo te whakamātautau rorohiko.

The math test lasts 105 minutes. For part 1 (55 minutes) you use a calculator. For part 2 (50 minutes) calculators are not allowed. There are multiple choice questions, gridded response questions, and drag-and-drop or similar items for the computer test.

Ka arotahi te whakamātautau pāngarau i runga i koutou pūkenga e whakaaroaro pāngarau. Ka whanganga ano te reira i to koutou māramatanga o:

The math test will focus on your mathematical reasoning skills. It will also measure your understanding of:

  • pāngarau taketake
  • raruraru kupu
  • taurangi
  • āhuahanga
  • basic math
  • word problems
  • algebra
  • geometry

Ko te putanga rorohiko o te whakamātautau pāngarau he tātaitai i runga i-mata. You can practice with the online calculator in the math section of the TASC whakangungu taputapu ipurangi. Ki te hiahia koe i te tātaitai to'oto'o ki te tātaitai i runga i-mata, ui i to koutou pae whakamātautau, ki te taea e koe te kawe mai to koutou ake i te rārangi i raro nei.

The computer version of the math test has an on-screen calculator. You can practice with the online calculator in the math section of the TASC online tools training. If you prefer a handheld calculator to an on-screen calculator, ask at your testing site if you can bring your own from the list below.

Ki te e tango koe i te whakamātautau pepa-tukua, e hiahia ana koe ki te kawe mai i te tātaitai puriringa. Texas Instrument Model TI-30XS ko te tātaitai pai mō te tango i te whakamātautau TASC, but there is a complete rārangi o tataitai whakaaetia.

If you’re taking the paper-delivered test, you will need to bring a handheld calculator. Texas Instrument Model TI-30XS is the preferred calculator for taking the TASC test, but there is a complete list of approved calculators.

He aha te mea i runga i te whakamātautau TASC: pūtaiao

What is on the TASC test: Science

pumau te whakamātautau pūtaiao 75 meneti. He pātai maha-kōwhiringa me te tō-me-te maturuturunga iho ranei tūemi ōrite mō te whakamātautau rorohiko.

The science test lasts 75 minutes. It has multiple-choice questions and drag-and-drop or similar items for the computer test.

Ka arotahi te whakamātautau pūtaiao i runga i te pūtaiao tinana, pūtaiao ora, me te pūtaiao whenua me te wāhi. Ka Me koe ki te matau te tahi mau whakaaro pūtaiao taketake me te huarahi pūtaiao. kia Me koe ki te haamana'o mōhiotanga, te tono mōhiotanga me ngā pūkenga, tono whakaaroaro ana ranei. Ka taea e koe te ako more about the TASC Science subtest.

The science test will focus on physical science, life science, and earth and space science. You will need to understand some basic scientific ideas and the scientific method. You may need to recall knowledge, apply knowledge and skills, or apply reasoning. You can learn more about the TASC Science subtest.

Kia pehea te e ngä nga whakamātautau?

How are the tests scored?

E ngä nga whakamātautau i runga i te tauine o 300 ki 800 hoki ia subtest. Ko te tatau iti e haere e:

The tests are scored on a scale of 300 to 800 for each subtest. The minimum passing scores are:

• pānui 500

• Reading 500

• Pāngarau 500
• Mathematics 500
• Pūtaiao 500
• Science 500
• Akoranga Pāpori 500
• Social Studies 500
• Tuhituhi 500 me i te iti rawa 2 i roto o 8 ngā taea i runga i te tuhinga roa

• Writing 500 plus at least 2 out of 8 possible points on the essay

A, no te whai koe haere katoa subtests rima, Kua haere koe i te whakamātautau TASC.

When you have pass all five subtests, you have passed the TASC test.

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

I have questions about how to take the TASC test in my state.

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