EOC Test Prep

Preparation is EVERYTHING!

Not only do End-Of-Course scores count for 30% of student grades, but you must achieve a scaled score of 3 or higher on the Algebra 1, Biology 1, Geometry and U.S. History, Civics in order to receive course/ graduation credit. We can help!

We’re providing you with a comprehensive explanation of the testing content and scoring.

Our expert instructors will solidify your understanding and close those knowledge gaps before the May EOC testing and the summer make-ups. Multiplying polynomials? Identifying the significance of Woodrow Wilson’s Fourteen Points? Prokaryotic versus eukaryotic cells? Habeas Corpus?

  • Review for understanding important, commonly-tested math and science concepts
  • Review the most significant events in US History; learn to identify and organize crucial facts
  • Understand our federal government structure and its philosophical basis
  • Learn math tips and study skills that optimize your test-taking results
  • Stay abreast of the latest developments in Florida’s transition from the FCAT to the EOC model
  • Ensure that you’re on track to graduate

Score at the Top has more than twenty-years of experience providing exceptional educational support and resources for students taking standardized tests. In addition, no other test prep company is as committed, experienced and successful in its work with students with ADHD or other learning challenges. During Florida' shift from the FCAT, no one has felt the stress more acutely than students. In May of 2012, more than 58,000 Florida ninth-graders failed the Algebra 1 EOC, placing an extraordinary burden on Florida’s educational infrastructure and jeopardizing the futures of countless bright, young Floridians. Don’t let this happen to YOU!

Exam Content Format Date*
Civics - Principles, functions, and organization of government -The origins of the American political system
- The roles, rights, responsibilities of United States citizens
- Methods of active participation in our political system
- Computer-based for most students, though those with disabilities will be able to take a paper-based examination
- 50-60 Multiple-Choice Questions
- 160 minutes
April 20 – May 22, 2015
US History -The US History EOC covers US history from the Civil War through the post-WWII period and may include questions on everything from race relations in the 1860’s to the Populist movement of the early 20th Century. -Computer-based for most students, though those with disabilities will be able to take a paper-based examination
-50-60 Multiple Choice Questions
-160 minutes
April 20 – May 22, 2015
Biology 1
Nature of Science (Scientific Method)
Molecular and Cellular Biology (35%)
Organisms, Populations and Ecosystems (40%) 
Classification, Heredity and Evolution (25%)
-Computer-based for most students, though those with disabilities will be able to take a paper-based examination
-60-66 Multiple Choice Questions
-160 minutes
April 20 – May 22, 2015
Algebra 1 -Functions, linear equations and inequalities (55%)
-Polynomials (20%)
-Rational numbers, radicals, quadratic equation and discrete math (25%)
-Computer-based for most students, though those with disabilities will be able to take a paper-based examination
-35-40 Multiple choice with 20-25 free response questions
-160 minutes
March 23 - April 10, 2015
Geometry -Two Dimensional (65%)
-Three Dimensional (20%)
-Trigonometry and Discrete Math (15%)
-Computer-based for most students, though those with disabilities will be able to take a paper-based examination
-35-40 Multiple Choice with 20-25 Free-response questions
-160 minutes
 

 

* Make-up assessments for failed/missed administrations: May 28 - June 31 and July 22 - August 9, 2013; for the full Florida Department of Education schedule, see http://info.fldoe.org/docushare/dsweb/Get/Document-6155/1113sasb.pdf