Florida Teacher FTCE

Florida Licensure Prep

Pass your FTCE General Knowledge licensure exam on your first try with our online, self-paced courses with expert support.

Everything you need to pass your Florida FTCE exams

If you are looking to become a teacher in Florida,  you will need to pass the FTCE General Knowledge test. Not to worry! Our online, self-guided prep courses will ensure you are ready to pass your exam. You’ll have unlimited access to our targeted, interactive lessons, full-length FTCE GK practice tests, rich diagnostic data, and expert instructor support!

Join thousands of prospective teachers who have used our courses to pass their certification exams and teach with confidence.

 

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FTCE General Knowledge - Math Subtest - Full Course $235

Number sense, algebra, geometry, measurement, data analysis, statistics, word problems, and graphing.

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FTCE General Knowledge - Reading Subtest - Full Course $235

Analyze text selections, identify key ideas and details, summarize, reason critically, and evaluate and synthesize information.

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FTCE General Knowledge - ELS & Essay Subtests - Full Course $235

Spelling, punctuation, and grammar; sentence and paragraph construction; usage conventions; effective essay writing.

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FTCE - General Knowledge - Math, Reading, ELS, & Essay - $590

Package for preparing you for each subtest of the Florida FTCE General Knowledge exam. This option includes three courses: FTCE Math Course, FTCE Reading Course, and FTCE ELS & Essay Course.

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“PrepForward is an excellent course.  You have organized and designed it so well for the intended audience. It’s sensible and accessible.  I had a very scattered knowledge of math going into this course and after finishing the last module this weekend, I felt qualified and confident to take this test.  During the exam today, I did not panic once during a problem.”