MCAS Science, Technology/Engineering Practice

Free practicue test questions for the MCAS science, technology and engineering section

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 The Massachusetts Comprehensive Assessment System (MCAS) test in Technology/Engineering is administered by the Massachusetts Department of Elementary & Secondary Education each June to high school students enrolled in Massachusetts high schools. 
 Topic breakdown: 
  •  Engineering/design
  •  Construction and manufacturing
  •  Fluid and thermal systems
  •  Electrical and communications systems

 This free practice exam features 94 questions that will help you not only review key technology/engineering concepts, but also familiarize yourself with the MCAS exam format.
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