Re: CPACE Exam
    Posted by: Lori on 5/09/14
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    I took the CPACE in February and passed. I agree with the formula
    for the written responses. I loosely memorized the content
    specifications and domains and used those buzz words and phrases
    in my responses.I found it helpful to look for those words in the
    multiple choice portion as well. Good luck.

    On 5/09/14, Lori wrote:
    > On 5/03/14, Sam wrote:
    >> On 4/28/14, Instructor Jessie wrote:
    >>> Does anyone have any tips for passing the CPACE? I'm
    >>> studying for the
    >>> June 12, 2014 date and I am feeling a little
    >> overwhelmed.
    >>> Any suggestions,
    >>> websites or resources would be extremely useful!
    >> The lack of materials makes preparing for the CPACE
    >> exam very challenging, however, I did pass it. I gave up
    >> on studying content in preparing for the constructed
    >> responses and developed a heuristic for my responses.
    >> All my responses involved the following components:
    >> directly approach issue, collect data, analyze data, consult
    >> all stakeholders, create solution utilizing data and
    >> input/concerns of stakeholders.
    >> I used a similar pattern with the multiple choice questions,
    >> but studied utilizing a SLLA study guide I found on line.
    >> There were some questions about school/district finance. I
    >> wasn't sure what to expect given the massive change in
    >> school founding here in CA. However, the questions
    >> reflect the old model of funding involving categorical funds
    >> and revenue limits. Nothing on LCFF.

    Posts on this thread, including this one

  • CPACE Exam, 4/28/14, by Instructor Jessie.
  • Re: CPACE Exam, 5/03/14, by Sam.
  • Re: CPACE Exam, 5/09/14, by Lori.
  • Re: CPACE Exam, 5/09/14, by Lori.
  • Re: CPACE Exam SLLA Exam, 7/08/14, by John Ferguson.
  • Re: CPACE Exam, 9/23/16, by Lorna.