EOG Practice Test for Sixth Grade Students

The EOG (End of Grade) standardized test is administered in the spring to North Carolina sixth graders in reading and math. Continue reading to find out about where to get practice materials that you can use at home.

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Practice Exams from the Public Schools of North Carolina

The North Carolina State Board of Education provides free sample tests for the sixth grade EOG in reading and math. In addition to the tests, you'll get answer keys and useful information about the EOG.

You can also download the state standards, called the North Carolina Standard Course of Study, in curriculum areas including math and language arts. The reading exam is based on 2004 Standard Course of Study, while the math exam is based on the standards from 2003. Go over them with your child in order to help him or her become more thoroughly prepared.

EOG Help from EDinformatics

EDinformatics is not only a useful provider of worksheets, lesson plans and resources for students, teachers and parents, it's also a solid way for you and your child to practice for the EOG. EDinformatics provides practice standardized exams from all over the country that are similar to the EOG. For example, your child could take standardized tests from the state of Texas that cover science, math and reading.

Worksheets from tlsbooks.com

If your child needs to develop certain skills in preparation for the EOG, use the free 6th grade worksheets offered here. In order to view or download the worksheets from tlsbooks.com, you'll need to have Adobe Reader installed on your computer. There are a total of 26 worksheets available covering English/language arts and math.

When your child is preparing for the math EOG, consider using the Alien Algebra Maze, which is a typical worksheet you'll find here. Your child will need to solve 26 algebraic equations in order to guide an alien back to its flying saucer. For English/language arts, you child can work on analogies, synonyms, reading comprehension using multiple-choice questions, all of which can help him or her prepare for the standardized test.

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