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Testing Coming Up in April 2024!

GMAS Experience Online

The Study/Resource Guides are intended to serve as a resource for parents and students. They contain practice questions and learning activities for each content area. The standards identified in the Study/Resource Guides address a sampling of the state-mandated content standards. For the purposes of day-to-day classroom instruction, teachers should consult the wide array of resources that can be found at

 Take the Practice Test and have your child practice for GMAS test and get a feeling for how the test will look!

Click here.

Test Taking Tips

Tips and strategies on how to prepare for a test.

  • Preparation for your first test should begin on the first day of class; this includes paying attention during class, taking good notes, studying, completing homework assignments and reviewing study materials on a regular basis.
  • Budget your time, make sure you have sufficient time to study so that you are well prepared for the test.
  • Go to review sessions, pay attention to hints that the instructor may give about the test. Take notes and ask questions about items you may be confused about.
  • Ask the instructor to specify the areas that will be emphasized on the test.
  • Make sure you go to the class right before the test; it's another prime time for the instructor to give out more hints or the format of the test.
  • Go over any material from practice tests, HW's, sample problems, review material, the textbook, class notes...
  • Eat before a test. Having food in your stomach will give you energy and help you focus but avoid heavy foods which can make you groggy.
  • Don't try to pull an all nighter. Get at least 3 hours of sleep before the test (normally 8 hours of sleep a night is recommended but if you are short on time, get at least 3 hours so that you'll be well rested enough to focus during the test).
  • Put the main ideas/information/formulas onto a sheet that can be quickly reviewed many times, this makes it easier to retain the key concepts that will be on the test.
  • Try to show up at least 5 minutes before the test will start.
  • Set your alarm and have a backup alarm set as well.
  • Go to the bathroom before walking into the exam room. You don't want to waste any time worrying about your bodily needs during the test.


Here are a few more tips (from GaDOE) for students when they experience online testing.