The CAHSEE is not designed to be an extra burden or especially difficult, and students are expected to pass with the basics of what they learn in high school.
The goal of the CAHSEE is to ensure all California high school graduates have met a certain skill threshold.
The math section of the CAHSEE is all multiple-choice questions.
It is untimed, so again, you don’t have to worry about rushing through.
Daily reading can help you get better at reading comprehension, even on standardized tests like the CAHSEE.
This section is untimed, so unlike high-stakes tests like the SAT and ACT, you don’t have to worry about pacing.
This page contains test questions that were included on previously administered CAHSEE exams.
The second half of the page consists of questions about a grammatically incorrect passage.
To pass, you also need to have a pretty solid understanding of math through basic geometry and Algebra I. The math section is also scored between 275 and 450, with anything above 350 passing.
Again, aim to get a majority of the questions right, but don't worry about being 100% perfect.