How to Pass the Louisiana Educational Assessment Program (LEAP 21) Graduate Exit Exam (GEE)
10th graders who have passed on or after 2001-2002 need to achieve at least the basic achievement rankings or above on all the English Language Arts and Mathematics tests as well as in Science or Social Studies test if students are eligible for it.
Results are achievement rankings instead of scores. The rankings are, Advanced, Mastery, Basic and Approaching basic.
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Practice Reading Comprehension Questions - (includes Main Idea and Making Inferences)
Practice Math Questions (General)
Basic Math (Very Basic - Long & Short Division, Multiplication, Decimals, Fractions, Percent etc.)
Basic Math II (Percentage, Fractions Decimals exponents, simple algebra, parentheses removal etc.)
Exponents (Adding, subtracting and multiplying exponents and exponent fractions)
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