The ILTS Mathematics exam is a computer-based test containing 125 multiple-choice questions and lasting about 3 hours and 45 minutes. This examination is designed to measure the capability of the applicants to teach Mathematics according to national and state standards. Completing this exam successfully earns the examinee licensure to teach mathematics in the state of Illinois. 5 subareas make up the content of the exam: (I) Processes and Applications, (II) Number Sense and Measurement, (III) Algebraic Patterns, Symbols, Functions, and Models, (IV) Geometric Methods, (V) Probability and Statistics.
Jay Willis joined Mometrix as Vice President of Sales in 2009, and has developed several key strategic relationships that have enhanced the distribution of Mometrix products. With nearly 20 years of sales experience in the publishing industry, his dedication to providing the highest quality experience for customers, coupled with his sales and marketing expertise, has resulted in significant growth of the Institutional Sales division. Learn more View all posts by Jay Willis