How to Pass the QTS Numeracy Skills Test

How to Pass the QTS Numeracy Skills Test : Essential Maths and Statistics Practice for the Qualified Teacher Status Skills Test

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All trainee teachers in England and Wales have to sit numeracy, literacy and ICT skills tests in order to achieve Qualified Teacher Status (QTS) which permits them to continue or start teaching. This book concentrates on the mathematics part of the test, targeting candidates who feel they have weak numeracy skills. "How to Pass the QTS Numeracy Skills Test" starts at a low level and includes a diagnostic test, a maths review, mental and general arithmetic practice, and revision of statistics. It will give you a good grounding in the skills needed to pass the test, particularly if you have had prior lack of success in maths. Each chapter begins with a maths audit so that you can review the exact skills needed for each section of the test. The first chapter teaches quick ways of answering mental arithmetic questions followed by five mock tests. The remaining chapters cover the general arithmetic and statistical skills required for the onscreen questions, followed by two QTS-type tests with worked-through answers. "How to Pass the QTS Numeracy Skills Test" will give you more confidence and reduce exam room stress, helping you to avoid last-minute panic and take another step towards achieving Qualified Teacher Status.

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  • Paperback | 144 pages
  • 135 x 216 x 12mm | 226g
  • Kogan Page Ltd
  • LondonUnited Kingdom
  • English
  • 0749454601
  • 9780749454609
  • 217,417

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About Christopher John Tyreman

Chris Tyreman has 12 years' experience of coaching candidates in maths, English and IQ tests. He is a tutor for distance learners studying for GCSE maths and the QTS skills tests and the author of learning materials used in colleges of further and higher education. He has written 'How to Master Nursing Calculations', Kogan Page.

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