The CHSPE mathematics section has 50 multiple-choice questions broken into 4 content clusters: number sense and operations; patterns, relationships, and algebra; data, statistics, and probability; and geometry and measurement. Testers must score at least 350 within a range of 250–450 to pass the math section.

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## What math is on the Chspe?

The CHSPE mathematics section has 50 multiple-choice questions broken into 4 content clusters: number sense and operations; patterns, relationships, and algebra; data, statistics, and probability; and geometry and measurement. Testers must score at least 350 within a range of 250–450 to pass the math section.

## What is the difference between GED and Chspe?

While the CHSPE is a shorter test and includes fewer subjects, the GED offers more scheduling options. This means that someone who passed one or more sections of the test in a different state can complete their GED in California by taking only those sections he/she didn’t pass, instead of starting over with the CHSPE.

## Should I take the Chspe?

Passing the CHSPE only allows you to legally not attend high school. If you’d like to pursue an undergraduate degree in the future, then you should make sure that you have enough credits needed to apply to the college of your choice.

## Can you drop out of high school at 15 in California?

California students may drop out legally once they turn 18. Students who are 16 or 17 may also leave school, but only if they: have their parents’ permission, and. pass the California High School Proficiency Exam, which leads to a certificate that’s equivalent to a diploma (more on that below).

## How many times can you take the Chspe?

There is no limit to the number of times you may take the CHSPE, but you must register and pay the current test fee each time. To pass the Mathematics section, you must earn a scale score of at least 350.

## Does California have a high school exit exam?

SACRAMENTO — California has permanently scrapped its high school exit exam under legislation signed by Gov. Jerry Brown on Tuesday. The California High School Exit Examination was a requirement to receive a diploma in the state, but the legislature voted in 2015 to drop it for the high school classes of 2015 to 2018.