MAP (Measure of Academic Progress)
MAP tests provide highly accurate results that provide educators the information they need when it is needed most. Individual student scores are available immediately following a test, classroom reports are available within 24 hours and district reports are available within 24 hours.
Assessment information can be used to:
- Identify the skills and concepts individual students have learned
- Diagnose instructional needs
- Monitor academic growth over time
- Make data-driven decisions at the classroom, school and district level
- Place new students into appropriate instructional programs
Grades: 2-10, multiple times per year
Areas tested: Reading and Mathematics
Parent Toolkit: http://legacysupport.nwea.org/support/article/930/parent-toolkit
NWEA MAP General Information: https://www.nwea.org/solutions/
Practice ACT is a retired ACT assessment in preparation for the real ACT. The Practice ACT will simulate an ACT test and allow students to prepare for the real college entrance assessment.
Areas Tested: English, Mathematics, Reading and Science
The PSAT/NMSQT assesses reading, math, and writing skills; provides excellent practice for the SAT; and connects students to scholarships and personalized online tools. PSAT assesses students in critical reading, math and writing.
The SAT is being offered on April 12th to all Junior level students.
Official SAT Practice