NAEP Mathematics Grade 8

150 free practice questions for the NAEP Grade 8 Mathematics Exam

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 The National Assessment of Educational Progress in math is administered by the National Assessment Governing Board to students in 4th, 8th, and 12th grade. It is designed to test students’ mathematics competency. 
 Topic breakdown: 
  •  number properties and operations
  •  measurement
  •  geometry
  •  data analysis
  •  statistics
  •  probability
  •  algebra

 This free practice exam features 147 realistic questions that will help you not only review key math concepts, but also familiarize yourself with the NAEP exam format. This exam oriented to those preparing for the grade 8 math exam.
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