EOG Math Review for 7th Grade Students
North Carolina's endofgrade (EOG) math exams for grade 7 cover all the units studied that year. If your child is preparing for the EOG, you might want to check out some of the free online resources. Find sample EOG math review questions on the following websites.
Practice Exam from North Carolina's State Board of Education
This printable 2009 exam can help your child assess his or her abilities and prepare for the EOG this year. This test is multiplechoice and has two sections, the first with 36 questions and the second with 14. Some of the topics found on this exam are calculating percentages, finding area and perimeter of geometric shapes, solving for missing variables and understanding numeric patterns.
You might want to have your child take this exam at the beginning of the test preparation practice, to determine what he or she already knows and find out how much review is necessary. You could also set up a timer and have your child simulate the testtaking experience.
You'll also find sample math problems for the 7th grade EOG. Browse the five different EOG goals for 7th grade math, and take a look at the corresponding questions. Each goal has a printable worksheet, as well as an answer key. The types of math appearing on these worksheets include numbers and operations, data analysis and probability, geometry, measurement and algebra. Each goal has a different number of practice problems, but all have at least ten and all the problems are multiplechoice. If your child masters each of these topics, the EOG should be a breeze.
Online Math Review from IXL.com
This page allows your child to view all the math units from 7th grade. You'll see 27 main topic headings, each one with many links to more narrowlydefined topics. You can preview the types of practice problems offered by a specific heading by hovering the cursor on a topic. This will cause an online practice problem to appear onscreen. Click on the link to work on the problem. The problems will get harder if your child answers several in a row correctly.
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