Book Synopsis REA's PRAXIS Middle School Mathematics Test Prep with Online Practice Gets You Certified and in the Classroom! America's future teachers all must take appropriate tests to be licensed. REA gets you ready for your teaching career with our outstanding library of teacher certification test guides. REA's PRAXIS Middle School Mathematics (5169) test prep is designed to help you master the information on this important exam, bringing you one step closer to being certified to teach middle school math. It's perfect for college students, out-of-state teachers, and career-changing professionals who are looking to teach middle school math in states, territories, and authorities (including the DODEA) where Praxis exams are used. This study package contains in-depth reviews of all the content categories and topics tested on the PRAXIS Middle School Mathematics exam. A pretest and posttest are offered online to help you pinpoint strengths and weaknesses as you study the review chapters. The book includes two full-length practice tests based on actual PRAXIS questions and features every type of question, subject area, and skill tested on the exam. Two additional practice tests are offered online at the REA Study Center and come with automatic scoring, timed testing conditions, and diagnostic feedback to help you zero in on the topics and types of questions that give you trouble now, so you can succeed on test day. This test prep is a must-have for anyone prepping for the PRAXIS Middle School Math exam! About the Author Stephen Reiss is the founder and owner of The Math Magician, a leading San Diego-based provider of supplementary mathematics instruction. His company specializes in seminar and private instruction, preparing students for a wide range of standardized tests. He earned his B.A. from Clark University and his M.B.A. from Arizona State University. Mr. Reiss has written many mathematics test preparation publications. About Our Editor Sandra Rush earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in mathematics from Temple University in Philadelphia. While an undergraduate student, she served as a math tutor for members of the basketball team as well as for local public school students. Ms. Rush's interest in education has extended beyond the classroom to the field of publishing, including writing and editing manuals on preparation for standardized tests at all levels.