High Emphasis Topics on the TASC Test Math Subtest
For many students, math is a difficult subject. When you begin your TASC Test Assessing Secondary Completion™ Math Subtest preparation, it can be a daunting feeling when you review all you have to learn, and it can be overwhelming deciding where to start.
Did you know that TASC test material is separated into categories? These categories – high, medium, low – indicate what concepts will appear more frequently on the TASC test and can help you prioritize what material to study more in-depth. High emphasis topics are very important, as they make up the majority of questions on the TASC test.
As you begin to study for the math subtest, we recommend familiarizing yourself with these high emphasis areas. Once you feel confident with these topics, move onto the medium and low emphasis topics.
High Emphasis TASC Test Algebra Topics
- Arithmetic with Polynomials and Rational Expressions
- Reasoning with Equations and Inequalities
- Creating Equations
- Seeing Structure in Expressions
High Emphasis TASC Test Functions Topics
- Interpreting Functions
- Linear, Quadratic, and Exponential Models
High Emphasis TASC Test Geometry Topics
- Geometric Measurement with Dimension
- Modeling with Geometry
High Emphasis TASC Test Number and Quantity Topics
- The Real Number System
To see each of these high emphasis topics in more detail, head on over to the TASC Test Mathematics page where we break down the specific concepts you need to understand and learn for TASC test success.
Don’t forget! The TASC test blog is continuously updated with subject related posts. Find all of the math topics here. When you feel ready, be sure to take the Algebra Recap Quiz and review the TASC Test Math Practice Items, available in English and Spanish.