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Course SummaryThis course offers a comprehensive overview of the material you will be asked about on the CSET Multiple Subjects Subtest I. Complete these fun lessons and assessments to refresh and reinforce your understanding of the exam's language arts, history and social science concepts.
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Prepare for the CSET Multiple Subjects Subtest 1 with ease using this helpful study guide course as your guide. Follow along via the course and review language development and structure, macroeconomics and fiscal policies. Study everything or only the lessons that correspond to the topics you don't remember well. We've simplified your test prep process by creating a course that's mobile-friendly.
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This course was last updated in 2020.
Syllabus & Course Information
Use this study guide course to improve your understanding of the material you will need to know when you take the California Subject Examinations for Teachers (CSET) Multiple Subjects Subtest 1. In this course, you will study English language arts, enhance your reading and writing skills, and review topics in literature, history and social studies. Use this course to ensure you can do the following:
- Identify components, functions and theories of language development
- Recognize grammar, punctuation and sentence structure as important elements of writing
- Write effective essays, arguments, narratives and business texts
- Outline non-written forms of communication like oral communication and mass media
- Explain techniques used to analyze fiction literature and informational texts
- Discuss early civilizations of Africa, the Middle East, Asia, Europe and the Americas
- Detail major events and eras of American and California history
- Understand the study of government, citizenship, culture and economies
Consisting of 41 chapters and a total of 348 lessons, this course delves into the subjects you'll have to have an understanding of during the CSET Multiple Subjects Subtest I exam. As a test prep exercise, take the lesson quizzes and chapter tests before CSET exam day to see how many things you remember.
CSET Multiple Subjects Subtest I Exam Information
The CSET Multiple Subjects Subtest I is the first of three subtests used to assess whether potential California teachers possess the basic knowledge required to meet standards set by the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing (CTC). This subtest measures your understanding of language and linguistics, written and non-written communication, reading comprehension, literary analysis, social science, world history, U.S. history and California history.
- Number of Questions: 56
- Question Type: 52 multiple-choice questions and 4 constructed-response questions
- Time Limit: 3 hours
- Exam Cost: $99
CSET Multiple Subjects Subtest I Exam Breakdown
|CSET Multiple Subjects Subtest I Exam Concept||Percent of the CSET Multiple Subjects Subtest I Exam||Approximate Number of Questions||Chapter Lessons|
|Reading, Language & Literature||50%||28 questions||123|
|History & Social Science||50%||28 questions||225|
CSET Multiple Subjects Subtest I Preparation & Registration
The chapters of this study guide course offer the opportunity for an effective review of the material covered on the CSET Multiple Subjects Subtest I. Start your review of a chapter by selecting one of its short, engaging lessons. These lessons will provide you with a mobile way to study and reinforce your understanding of the material. Take the short quiz that accompanies each lesson to test your comprehension. You can return to key parts of the lesson using video tags or lesson transcripts to reinforce your understanding of the topics you missed. At the end of every chapter, you will find a practice chapter exam which you may take to determine if you are ready to answer related questions on the CSET Multiple Subjects Subtest I.
When you register for this subtest, you will be given the option of taking it alone or with the other two subtests of the CSET Multiple Subjects certification exam. You may sign up to take the exam year round on most Mondays through Saturdays at testing locations that administer Pearson exams. If you need to withdraw from or reschedule a testing session, you may do so as long as you do it no later than 24 hours before your scheduled testing session. For those who need to retake the subtest, you must wait at least 45 days after your previous attempt.
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