FCAT Explorer: Free FCAT Practice On The Internet It's a fact: to graduate high school, all 10th graders must pass the FCAT. Fortunately, there's the FCAT Explorer. The FCAT Explorer is a free, online practice program from the Florida Department of Education. It features two practice programs created especially for 10th graders: Reading Timeline and Math Timeline. Both programs offer practice for the skills tested on the FCAT and feature lots of stuff to help you get the most out of your study time. Reading Timeline is packed with 23 reading passages and over 200 practice questions to help you do your best on the FCAT. It also includes eight lessons that focus on reading skills identified as being the most challenging for 10th grade students. Math Timeline contains over 140 math questions and features an online calculator and a handy formula reference sheet. Best of all, the FCAT Explorer is online, which means you can use the FCAT Explorer on any computer connected to the Internet: at school, at the library, even at home. Whether you're retaking the FCAT or taking it for the first time, your performance on the test will benefit from the extra time you spend studying math and reading on the FCAT Explorer. To log on to FCAT Explorer visit the Web site at www.fcatexplorer.com. Your username is your full last name and your first initial. Your personal password is the 42 followed by the first 4 letters of your last name and the month & day of birth. For example: student’s name Sally Smith who is born on 02/24/1992 Username: smiths Password: 42smit0224 Log on today!
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