The purpose of the Reading module is to test your ability to comprehend information. You do not need to be able to speed read but you need to read carefully and make correct judgments and conclusions about what you read. You will also need to evaluate how each author presents his or her arguments and the evidence used to support them. You will answer a predetermined number of reading related questions.The reading section is compromised mainly of passages and questions regarding those passages. Don’t worry; you will not have to have prior knowledge of the topics covered in the reading section. The passages used in the reading section are excerpts taken from sources such as magazines, journals, newspapers and books. The questions asked are directly related to evaluating the information provided. Passages vary in length and have between 1 to 7 questions relating to them.
Other types of questions in the reading section include using context clues to determine word meaning and evaluating the relationship between words. The following list describes types of questions you will find in the reading section:
TeachRite - Reading Study Guide covers a variety of reading questions including comprehension, inference, context clues, and more.
TeachRite Reading Tests include:
Reading - Practice Test 1 40 questions with feedback on each question, no time limit.
Reading – Practice Test 2 40 questions with feedback on each question, no time limit
Reading – Practice Test 3 40 questions with feedback on each question, no time limit
Reading – Practice Test 4 40 questions with feedback on each question, no time limit
Reading – Final Test 1 40 questions, no feedback
Reading – Final Test 2 40 questions, no feedback
Reading – Final Test 3 40 questions, no feedback
Reading – Final Test 4 40 questions, no feedback
State-of-the-art animated characters also aid in the learning process. At the end of the study guide you’ll be presented with useful tips for your actual test day.