Middle School Math Acceleration
Without Prior Instruction, (Grades 6-7)
Middle school students have the opportunity to accelerate in mathematics through a locally developed and locally assessed credit-by-exam (CBE) test. When student chooses to move from On Level to Advanced/Pre-AP a CBE is required because they have not received instruction on some grade level standards due the condensed curriculum in Advanced/Pre-AP math courses. Students who wish to accelerate an entire grade level of math without prior instruction will be required to score a minimum of 80% on the CBE.
Although there is no study guide, parents/learners may access the Texas Education Agency's website to view the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS) covered in the exams.
For details about the Math Acceleration Exam including how to register, visit Credit by Examination.