# Practice Material for the State 7th Grade Math Exam

Standardized math tests for 7th graders evaluate students on their mastery of the state learning standards in math. Your child's math teacher will probably provide a lot of practice in class and for homework, but you can find additional review materials on the Internet. Read on for websites where your child can work on math for free.

## Practice Exam from the Public Schools of North Carolina

The North Carolina public school system has released this 2009 end-of-year state math exam. Regardless of where you live, many of the problems on this test should help your child review for his or her state math test. This is a printable PDF exam, so it cannot be completed online. An answer key is provided.

You'll find two sections in this exam The first allows students to use a calculator and contains 36 questions. The second section only has 14 questions, but students cannot use a calculator. Some of the topics appearing on this exam include calculating averages, ratios, identifying geometric concepts and understanding mapping scales.

You can also check the website of your state board of education because many states provide free sample tests and practice problems. At the very least, your state's website should list the math standards that will appear on the exam.

## Online practice from IXL.com

Here, you can find online math review problems. In total, there are 27 headings, representing different chapters or broad units. Underneath each heading are links to more specific types of problems. You can hover your cursor over any link to view a sample problem. To answer the question, just click on the link. The website internally logs the number of correct answers typed in at a time, so if your child gets several right in a row the questions will become harder.

This setup makes it simple for your 7th grader to go through and test his or her knowledge on each area of 7th grade math. Some of the topics found here are probability, linear function, exponents and square roots, inequalities, coordinate graphs and rational numbers. At least four subheadings exist under each of these categories. One possible drawback is that you cannot view several problems at once, and therefore it's impossible to print out any of the questions. As a result, you must have a fast, reliable Internet connection for your child to practice.

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