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Title: EndofGrade Tests


1
End-of-Grade Tests
Reading and Math Grades 3-8Science Grades 5 and
8EXT2 Reading and Math Grades 3-8EXT2 Science
Grades 3-8
  • 2008-09
  • Carteret County Schools
  • Test Coordinator Training
  • 30 April 2009

2
Information for all tests
3
Test Security Testing Code of Ethics
  • EVERYONE except students reads the Testing Code
    of Ethics
  • School personnel are not to disclose the
    contents of secure tests by discussing specific
    questions or information contained within the
    tests with each other or with students.
  • In addition, excerpts must not be used at any
    time during classroom instruction or in resource
    materials as study guides.
  • Access to the tests shall be limited to school
    personnel who have a legitimate need.
  • Not copied, filed, used in instructional
    activities, reproduced, or paraphrased.
  • Report any sample test questions in instructional
    material prior to use, whether generated locally,
    from another school, or from an unknown source
  • General Statute 14-118.2 Assisting, etc. in
    Obtaining Academic Credit by Fraudulent Means

4
Test Security General Statute 14-118.2
  • It shall be unlawful for any person to assist
    any student, or advertise, offer, or attempt to
    assist any student, in obtaining or in attempting
    to obtain, by fraudulent means, any academic
    credit, grade or test score

5
Test-day Procedures
  • Wall displays removed/covered.
  • At no time are proctors to be alone with the
    student test booklets or state test
    administration materials. Proctors are not to
    pick up test materials from or return test
    materials to the school test coordinator at the
    beginning or the end of testing unless
    accompanied by the appropriate school personnel.
  • No additional materials given to students during
    the test administration, except blank paper or
    pencils.

6
Test-day Procedures contd (2)
  • Unethical testing practices include, but are not
    limited to, interpreting, explaining, or
    paraphrasing the test directions, or test items.
    Test administrators may repeat test directions
    only and are not permitted to provide any
    specific assistance with answering test
    questions. For example, test administrators and
    proctors are NOT permitted to clarify test
    directions, provide synonyms for unknown words,
    or to rephrase the questions.
  • EOG TAM, Pg 30

7
Test-day Procedures contd (3)
  • Follow school-specified procedures concerning
    students reading other materials (novels or other
    non-textbook materials) while waiting for other
    students to complete the test.
  • It is recommended that students NOT be allowed to
    bring anything into the session.
  • REMINDER Tests are divided into sections, but
    students are not to stop at the end of a section.
    They continue until they see the word STOP at
    the end of a test.

8
Specified Procedures (1)
  • See EOG TAM Pg 17 Uniformity of Test
    Administration
  • ...Directions for distributing test materials
    such as blank paper and pencils must be followed.
    Placing the test materials on the students desk
    prior to the beginning of the test administration
    is a violation of the procedures outlined in...
    the Testing Code of Ethics.
  • Test books are NOT to be distributed until after
    the Student Background Information is checked.

9
Specified Procedures (2)
  • ...the test administration directions must be
    followed exactly as written. The test
    administrator must read aloud only the
    information in boldface print that is preceded by
    the word SAY
  • Failure to follow the script as written in this
    manual may constitute a misadministration or
    violation of the Testing Code of Ethics.
    TAM, Directions for Administration, Pg 29
  • Testing Irregularity 20 Providing students
    with additional time beyond the designated
    maximum time specified in the Test
    Administrators Manual (except for students with
    documented special needs requiring accommodations
    such as Scheduled Extended Time).
  • EOG TAM, Testing Irregularities, Pg 23

10
Assorted Information contd
  • The following items are prohibited in test
    sessions
  • Cell phones / iphones / pagers
  • PDAs / Blackberries
  • iPods / MP3 players
  • Hand-held electronic games
  • Reference books
  • Cheat sheets (personal or corporate)
  • Textbooks
  • Thesauruses / Dictionaries
  • Music
  • Bookmarks
  • Food
  • Drink
  • Candy / Gum
  • Procedures, formulas, or word lists
  • Tips for Taking Tests

11
Test Administrators and Proctors
  • Every Test Administrator and proctor must be
    trained prior to the test. No exceptions.
    Training last year or for other types of tests
    does not count.
  • All test sessions must be proctored. Even
    one-on-one.
  • Test Administrators NEVER leave the session
    except for an emergency and only after having
    contact with TC.
  • (See earlier slide concerning proctors and
    test materials.)
  • Proctors may not leave the room, except in an
    emergency.
  • Proctors dont read directions assist students
    with their answers read student answers or
    modify, change, alter, or tamper with student
    responses.

12
Test Administrators and Proctors (2)
  • Proctors and test administrators must be
    attentive exclusively to the testing session.
    They may NOT do other work or reading while the
    test session is in progress.
  • (Failure to follow this rule constitutes a
    misadministration for all students in the
    session.)
  • Test administrators and proctors are to move
    quietly about the room and scan the students
    work areas to ensure that students are following
    the test directions, performing the required
    tasks, and not sharing responses.

13
Responsibilities
  • State Board of Education Policy list of specific
    Test Administrator and Proctor responsibilities
    includes
  • Provide a positive test-taking environment, and
  • Avoid distracting behaviors, such as
  • Holding extended conversations
  • Reading newspapers, novels, etc.
  • Eating
  • Carrying out other personal or professional
    duties
  • Talking on cell phones, etc.
  • Move quietly about the room and scan the
    students work areas to ensure that students are
    following the test directions, performing the
    required tasks, and not sharing responses.

It does not matter how long you have been
administering tests or how you have always done
it. The rules have changed.
14
Answer Sheet Review and Coding
  • Prepare and submit to C.S. Testing a written plan
    for reviewing student answer documents for stray
    marks and coding.
  • (Now required by DPI)
  • The review/coding of secure test materials for
    stray marks and coding must occur under secure
    conditions in a group setting.
  • A group is defined as, 3 or more school
    personnel.
  • During review of answer sheets and headers before
    scanning, no test booklets may be available.
  • Student answers are NOT to be changed or modified
    in any manner during this process.

15
Test Coordinator Accessibility
  • The school test coordinator must be
    accessible to test administrators and proctors
    during the administration of secure state tests.
    Due to the accessibility requirement, the school
    test coordinator must not be given the
    responsibility of administering a test.
  • No exceptions.

16
Accounting for Materials
  • Everything issued out gets returned to C.S.
    Testing
  • Secure, locked, limited access storage area
  • USE TRACKING SHEETS FOR EVERYTHING!
  • Count whenever any testing items change hands...
    even to students
  • Prohibit reproduction of all or any part for the
    tests
  • Prohibit employees from disclosing the content
  • Minimize access of anyone before and after
  • Report materials discrepancies immediately to
    C.S. Testing
  • Review for scanability, required coding, and
    SIQ information in secure conditions of a group
    session

17
Test Security Materials contd
  • Under no circumstances will TCs allow Test
    Administrators to keep any type of test materials
    overnight.
  • If answer sheets are issued to test
    administrators prior to the actual test date for
    survey completion and data verification, all
    answer sheets must be returned and secured by the
    Test Coordinator at the end of the day.
  • Test Coordinators must verify that issued test
    materials of any type have been returned to them
    at the end of each day.
  • Keeping test materials in classrooms is not
    allowed, even when locked in filing cabinets or
    desks.

18
A Gentle Reminder
  • Misadministrations ARE preventable.
  • Experience is not a reliable guide
  • Good intentions cause many misadministrations
  • ALWAYS protect the security of test materials
  • Keep your attention on the rules and students
  • Ignore accommodations at your peril!!!
  • Prepare yourself and the room
  • Facilitate the environment, not the answers
  • Interpretations usually cause misadministrations
  • Imaginations have no place in testing!!
  • Make sure required medications are taken
  • We can fix just plain Oops.

19
Avoid Misadministrations
  • Remove instructional wall displays.
  • Glasses and medications must be utilized, as
    prescribed, during testing.
  • Make sure proper calculators are available and
    memories cleared before and after testing.
  • Do not provide instruction the morning of
    testing.
  • Windows of testing rooms must be uncovered or
    classroom door must remain open at all times. No
    options. No exceptions.

20
Avoid Misadministrations (2)
  • NO OFF-LEVEL TESTING!! Check before test day.
  • DO NOT put materials on desks before the students
    are seated. Hand out all materials in accordance
    with the script in the TAM.
  • AFTER handing out the materials, move students as
    necessary so that forms are distributed to
    prevent sharing.
  • Make sure each students form/color answer sheet
    matches their test book.
  • Verify the test book form matches the form
    bubbled by the student on his or her answer
    document.

21
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22
When a Test Irregularity Occurs
  • Test Coordinator calls or emails C.S. Testing
    (David).
  • Determine if retesting and OTISS Report are
    required.
  • If directed, file OTISS Report within 5 days.
  • Submit additional documentation, as requested.

23
Answer Document Review
  • The review/coding of secure test materials must
    occur under secure conditions in a group setting.
  • A group is defined as, 3 or more school
    personnel.
  • Mark-in-book accommodations must have date of
    test, name of student, name of test
    administrator, and name of verifier on the test
    booklet when scored.
  • When returning materials, keep any mark-in-book
    test booklets separated. We must securely store
    them until next year.

24
Answer Document Review (2)
NOTE For ALL tests (EOG Reading, Math, Science,
and EXT2 Reading, Math, and Science), teachers
must enter Special Codes to accurately
indicate 1. Each students anticipated
subject grade, and 2. Each students
anticipated achievement level for the subject on
the EOG/EXT2. Failure to enter a Special Code
in each of the required spaces prevents the
answer sheet from being scanned and scored. See
the Achievement Level descriptors in the back of
each TAM.
25
Accommodations
  • See pg 16 of the EOG TAM (pg 17 of the EXT2 TAM,
    pg 15 of the EOG Sci TAM, pg 16 of the EXT2 Sci
    TAM) for allowed accommodations
  • NO Test Administrator Read-Aloud, or Interpreter
    / Transliterator Signs accommodation for READING
    tests
  • Read-aloud-to-self accommodations must be
    scheduled as one-on-one sessions.
  • Test Administrator Read-Aloud Upon Request
    accommodations must be one-on-one or in room
    large enough that other members of the group
    cannot hear when the Test Administrator reads to
    any other student.

26
Accommodations (2)
  • Freedom of choice is not an option
  • No surprises on test day Any IEP changes made
    after 10 April will not be used for the EXT2/EOG
    Reading, Math or Science.
  • Must be specified in IEP or 504.
  • Use it or report it and do it again.
  • When in doubt, ask in advance.

27
Accommodations (3)
  • For any State-mandated test, the accommodation
    must (1) be documented in the students current
    IEP or Section 504 Plan and (2) the documentation
    must reflect routine use during instruction and
    similar classroom assessments that measure the
    same construct. However, in cases where the
    documentation is not consistent with
    accommodations used during instruction, the
    student is to receive the accommodations
    specified in the current IEP or Section 504 Plan
    although this could adversely affect student
    performance. It is vital for students with
    disabilities to receive accommodations on
    State-mandated tests that allow them to
    demonstrate their true abilities however,
    students must not receive unnecessary or
    inappropriate accommodations.
  • Testing Students with Disabilities, Pg. A1.06

28
AYP/ABCs for 2008-09
  • EOG Reading and Math will be part of ABC Growth.
    EXT2 Reading and Math are not used for ABC
    Growth.
  • EOG and EXT2 Reading, Math, and Science count in
    computation of the ABCs Performance Composite.
  • Both EOG and EXT2 Reading and Math count for AYP.
  • The higher score of the initial assessment or
    Retest 1 (for students who score less than
    proficient initially) will count in AYP and ABCs
    computations.

29
End-of-Grade Reading Math Grades 3 through
8andEnd-of-Grade ScienceGrades 5 and 8 only
  • 2008-09
  • Carteret County Schools
  • Test Coordinators Training
  • 30 April, 2009

30
Eligible Students Reading Math
  • ALL students enrolled in grades 3 through 8 must
    take the appropriate EOG tests for reading and
    math, including students who have been retained
    in grades 3 through 8.
  • Exceptions
  • EC students qualified and using either EXT2 or
    EXT1 alternate assessments based on a current
    IEP.
  • Medically fragile students who have received a
    waiver from DPI because of a significant medical
    emergency.
  • LEP students qualified and using NCCLAS alternate
    assessment.
  • LEP students who scored below Level 4 Expanding
    on the reading subtest of the ACCESS for ELLS and
    are in their first year in US schools will not be
    tested on EOG Reading. They must participate in
    the EOG Math, however.

31
Eligible Students - Science
  • All students in grades 5 and 8 are required to
    participate in the general administration (with
    or without accommodations) of the End-of-Grade
    Science test.
  • Exceptions
  • Students with IEP for EXTEND2 Science
  • Students with an IEP for EXTEND1
  • LEP students and students with disabilities
    qualified and participating in NCCLAS Science
  • Medically fragile students with DPI exemption
  • No off-level testing

32
Test Schedule
  • Administer tests to all eligible students in the
    school at the same time (grades may be
    staggered).
  • Science (Gr 5 8) Friday, 15 May
  • Reading (Gr 3-8) Tuesday, 19 May
  • Math - calculator active (Gr 3-8) Wednesday, 20
    May
  • Math - calculator inactive (Gr 3-7) Thursday,
    21 May
  • Make-ups Retest 1s completed by 5 June.
  • Test sessions must start as early in the school
    day as possible.
  • Afternoon test sessions are prohibited unless
    specified in an IEP (multiple sessions, extended
    time, etc).
  • Testing students on two subjects in one day is
    prohibited.
  • Testing in Reading and Math must occur on
    consecutive days.
  • Student survey completion may be done prior to
    the actual test date, so long as test booklets
    are not issued.

33
Test Forms This Year
34
Items and Times
Estimated Total Time is actual test time plus
breaks and instructions, but does not include
admin time for collecting materials from students
and counting after testing. Maximum Allowed
Time is actual student time working on the test
and excludes time for breaks, instructions, etc.
35
Maximum Time Allowed
  • NO administration of an EOG reading, math or
    science test may exceed the specified Maximum
    Time Allowed.
  • (See EOG TAM pg 26-28, Science TAM pg 25)
  • All students must be given ample opportunity
    within the same school day to complete the EOG
    exams.
  • All students, including students with Scheduled
    Extended Time accommodation, must be allowed to
    eat lunch and to travel home at their regularly
    scheduled time. Plan accordingly!
  • Be ready to provide for lost time when students
    leave testing due to emergencies.

36
Time Emergencies and Breaks
  • If a student must leave the room for any reason
    (emergencies) during testing
  • All test materials remain the testing room.
  • The test materials must be secured before the
    student leaves the room. (Answer sheet and
    paper/graph paper inserted into the test booklet
    as a place holder and test booklet closed.)
  • Test Administrator notes the time the student
    left the room and the time the student returns to
    the room. Lost time is provided to the student
    to complete their assessment.
  • Only one student excused for the restroom at a
    time.
  • School staff or proctor may accompany the student
    to the restroom.

37
Time Breaks
  • During breaks (or a required lunch), students
    must not be allowed to discuss the test,
    questions, information in the test, etc.
    Students MUST be made aware of this policy before
    they leave the test session. (Talking is an
    irregularity and, in almost every case, a
    misadministration.)
  • Students who need more time beyond the estimated
    time to complete will receive a 3-minute break
    every 60 minutes until the specified Maximum Time
    Allowed has been met.
  • In those rare cases where a test session must be
    interrupted by lunch, test administrators must
    paper clip the test booklet so that the student
    may not return to previously attempted questions.
    Pages that contain reading selections that
    students will need cannot be paper clipped.

38
Answer Documents
  • Only the form letter is printed on the answer
    sheets the sub-form number must be bubbled by
    students. Check during test session!
  • One EOG answer document must be scanned for every
    student in membership of grades 3 through 8,
    including visiting students.
  • One Science answer document must be scanned for
    every student in membership of grade 5 and 8,
    including visiting students.
  • Answer documents will be pre-coded.
  • Bubble for Regular or Retest 1 administration

39
Embedded Field Test Items
  • Some sections of EOG and Science tests contain
    items used for field testing and experimental
    purposes.
  • Embedded items are not identified and will not
    count for or against student scores.
  • By embedding the experimental questions in the
    operational EOGs and Science tests, field testing
    is minimized.

40
EOG Test Materials
  • EOG Reading Math Test Administrators Manual
  • Accurate timing device (no noise, no alarms!)
  • Student Survey Questionnaire
  • Answer sheets (color matched)
  • Test booklets (color matched)
  • General Purpose Header per class
  • Blank paper
  • Graph paper (for both sections of the Gr 3-8
    Math)
  • Paper clips
  • Highlighters and acetate overlays are optional
  • Calculator per student

41
Science Test Materials
  • EOG Science Test Administrators Manual
  • Accurate timing device (no noise, no alarms!)
  • Answer sheets (color matched)
  • Test booklets (color matched)
  • General Purpose Header per class
  • DPI-issued Periodic Tables (Gr 8 only)
  • Blank paper
  • DPI-issued graph paper (both Gr 5 8)
  • Paper clips
  • Highlighters and acetate overlays are optional
  • Calculator per student (same type as for EOG
    Math)
  • NO Student Survey

42
Calculators EOG Math Science
  • No sharing!
  • Memory must be cleared by TC/Test Administrator
    before after
  • Gr 3-5 four-function with memory key
  • Gr 6-8 four-function with square root function,
    yx, p(pi), and algebraic logic
  • Additional features that are not restricted are
    allowed but not required (for example, graphing
    features).
  • Restrictions
  • No QWERTY keyboards (typewriter style)
  • No included computer algebraic system (CAS)
    capable of symbolic algebra (i.e. factoring,
    expanding, or simplifying given variable output),
    or symbolic calculus.
  • No cell phones, Blackberry-type devices, handheld
    microcomputers, pen-input devices such as PDAs or
    tablets, or laptop/notebook computers

43
Forms and Accommodations
  • For Read-Aloud administrations, one form/number
    will be used per group, whenever possible.
  • If you have more than one Read-Aloud group, a
    different test form/number will be issued for
    each group.
  • Large print, one-per-page, Braille editions are
    available but must be ordered immediately to
    arrive in time.

44
Science Accommodations
  • See page 15 of the Science TAM for allowed
    accommodations
  • Same allowed accommodations and rules as for
    Math.
  • IEP or 504 establishes accommodations used for
    Science.

45
Answer Document Review
  • In the To Be Completed by the Teacher or
    Counselor section of answer sheet (see EOG TAM
    pg 81, Science TAM pg 41)
  • Question 3 Code this question if the student is
    taking an alternate assessment rather than
    participating in the standard administration of
    the reading (R) and/or mathematics (M)
    end-of-grade test(s).
  • Question 5 Bubble the accommodations REQUIRED
    BY IEP and PROVIDED for the test. Mark R (used
    on Reading) or M (used on Math) or both.

46
Answer Document Review (2)
  • In the Special Codes section of answer sheet
    (see EOG TAM pg 82, Science TAM pg 42 for
    samples)
  • EOG Test Administrator must bubble an Anticipated
    Math Grade (column C), an Anticipated Achievement
    Level for Math (column D), an Anticipated
    Achievement Level for Reading (column E) and an
    Anticipated Reading Grade (column F).
  • Science Test Administrator must bubble an
    Anticipated Science Grade (column C) and an
    Anticipated Science Achievement Level (column D).
  • Explanations of the Math and Reading Achievement
    Level standards are provided for each grade in
    the EOG TAM Pg 92-110. Science Achievement Level
    standards are provided for each grade in the
    Science TAM Pg 53-55.

47
EOG Test Administrators Manual
48
Science Test Administrators Manual
49
Specific information for NCEXTEND2 Alternate
Assessments
  • Reading and Math (Gr 3-8) and Science (Gr 5 8
    only)
  • Carteret County Schools
  • Test Coordinators Training
  • 30 April, 2009

50
EXT2 Eligible Students
  • NCEXTEND2 eligibility
  • EC students with a current IEP
  • Does NOT have a 504 plan
  • Is NOT identified as having a significant
    cognitive disability
  • Is NOT receiving instruction in the SCOS through
    the Essences/Extensions
  • Students disability has precluded the student
    from achieving grade level proficiency, as
    demonstrated by objective evidence (e.g. results
    from standardized state tests, IQ tests,
    achievement tests, aptitude tests, and
    psychological evaluations).
  • IEP must include goals based on grade-level
    content standards
  • Nature of disability requires differently
    designed assessments.

51
Test Schedule EXT2 Reading, Math Science
  • Administer tests to all eligible students in the
    school at the same time (grades may be
    staggered).
  • EXT2 Science (Gr 5 8) Friday, 8 May or
    Friday, 15 May
  • EXT2 Reading (Gr 3-8) Tuesday, 12 May
  • EXT2 Math - calculator active (Gr 3-8)
    Wednesday, 13 May
  • EXT2 Math - calculator inactive (Gr 3-7)
    Thursday, 14 May
  • Make-ups Retest 1s completed by 6 June.
  • Test sessions must start as early in the school
    day as possible.
  • Afternoon test sessions are prohibited unless
    specified in an IEP (multiple sessions, extended
    time, etc).
  • Testing students on two subjects in one day is
    prohibited.
  • Test EXT2 Reading and EXT2 Math on consecutive
    days.
  • Student survey completion may be done prior to
    the actual test date, so long as test booklets
    are not issued.

52
Times and Number of Items
Estimated Total Time is actual test time plus
breaks and instructions, but does not include
admin time for collecting materials from students
and counting after testing. Maximum Allowed
Time for the EXT2 is not applicable. EXT2
students will be allowed ample opportunity to
complete the tests. As long as the student is
actively engaged and working, they must be
allowed to complete the test. Unless stated in
the IEP, each test will be completed in one day.

53
Time Breaks
  • During breaks (or a required lunch), students
    must not be allowed to discuss the test,
    questions, information in the test, etc. Students
    MUST be made aware of this policy before they
    leave the test session. (Talking is an
    irregularity and, in almost every case, a
    misadministration.)
  • Students who need more time beyond the estimated
    time to complete will receive a 3-minute break
    every 40 minutes.
  • In those rare cases where a test session must be
    interrupted by lunch, test administrators must
    paper clip the test booklet so that the student
    may not return to previously attempted questions.
    Pages that contain reading selections that
    students will need cannot be paper clipped.

54
EXT2 Answer Documents
  • Only one form letter of the test per grade.
  • Answer documents will be pre-coded.
  • All students must record actual working time for
    each test. The Time box is to be written on
    the board as specified in the EXT2 TAM pages 41,
    47, 53, 59 and the EXT2 Science TAM on page 35.

55
EXT2 Reading Math Test Materials
  • EXT2 Test Administrators Manual
  • Accurate timing device (no noise, no alarms!)
  • Student Survey Questionnaire (EXT2 version)
  • Answer sheets (color matched)
  • Test booklets (color matched)
  • General Purpose Header per class
  • Blank paper
  • DPI-issued graph paper (both sections of the Gr
    3-8 Math)
  • Paper clips
  • Highlighters and acetate overlays are optional
  • Calculator per student

56
EXT2 Science Test Materials
  • EXT2 Science Test Administrators Manual
  • Accurate timing device (no noise, no alarms!)
  • Answer sheets (color matched)
  • Test booklets (color matched)
  • No EXT2 Science survey!
  • General Purpose Header per class
  • DPI-issued Periodic Tables (Gr 8 only)
  • Blank paper
  • DPI-issued graph paper (both Gr 5 8)
  • Paper clips
  • Highlighters and acetate overlays are optional
  • Calculator per student (same type as for EXT2
    Math)

57
Calculators EXT2 Math Science
  • SAME REQUIREMENTS AS FOR GENERAL ASSESSMENT EOG
  • Memory must be cleared by TC/Test Administrator
    before and after testing
  • Gr 3-5 four-function with memory key
  • Gr 6-8 four-function with square root function,
    yx, p(pi), and algebraic logic
  • Additional features that are not restricted are
    allowed but not required (for example, graphing
    features).
  • Restrictions
  • No QWERTY keyboards (typewriter style)
  • No included computer algebraic system (CAS)
    capable of symbolic algebra (i.e. factoring,
    expanding, or simplifying given variable output),
    or symbolic calculus.
  • No cell phones, Blackberry-type devices, handheld
    microcomputers, pen-input devices such as PDAs or
    tablets, or laptop/notebook computers

58
EXT2 Answer Document Review
  • In the To Be Completed by the Teacher or
    Counselor section of answer sheet (see EXT2 TAM
    pg 63 or EXT2 Science pg 39)
  • EXT2 Question 3 Code this question for all EXT2
    students. Mark one for reading (R) and one for
    mathematics (M).
  • EXT2 Question 4 Code this question for students
    who are either AIG or SLD as indicated.
  • EXT2 Question 5 Bubble the accommodations
    REQUIRED BY IEP and PROVIDED for the test. Mark
    R (used on Reading) or M (used on Math) or both.
  • EXT2 Science Question 3 Code this question like
    EXT2 question 4 above.
  • EXT2 Science Question 4 Bubble the
    accommodations REQUIRED BY IEP and PROVIDED for
    the EXT2 Science test.

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  • In the Special Codes section of answer sheet
    (see EXT2 TAM pg 68 or EXT2 Science TAM pg 41)
  • EXT2 Test Administrator must bubble an
    Anticipated Math Grade (column C), an Anticipated
    Achievement Level for Math (column D), an
    Anticipated Achievement Level for Reading (column
    E) and an Anticipated Reading Grade (column F).
  • EXT2 Science Test Administrator must bubble an
    Anticipated Science Grade (column C) and an
    Anticipated Science Achievement Level (column D).
  • Explanations of the EXT2 Math and Reading
    Achievement Level standards are provided for each
    grade in the EXT2 TAM Pg 90-107.
  • EXT2 Science Achievement Level standards are
    provided for each grade in the EXT2 Science TAM
    Pg 51-52.

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