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Assessments & Tests

Terra Nova Achievement Test: 2nd, 3rd, 4th Grades

Terra Nova is a norm-reinforced nationally standardized achievement test administered to students across the country, with norms including time of year administered. Unlike proficiency test where testing is on content that has been taught, achievement tests measure content that may have been taught and content students could be expected to have mastered according to their cognitive ability.

Why the Terra Nova? It is a widely used and respected achievement test that measures mastery in core subjects and is user-friendly with current content. The test provides detailed diagnostic information, norm- and criterion- referenced scores, performance level data, and results are available just days after exams are submitted for scoring. Terra Nova also aligns with state standards and the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) framework and can report student achievement relative to state standards.

Go to Terra Nova Tests & Assessments for more information about Terra Nova Achievement Testing.

InView Test: Cognitive Abilities Aptitude Assessment

InView is a cognitive abilities aptitude test that measures verbal reasoning, sequences, analogies, and quantitative reasoning. Teachers can use InView results to reliable measure skills and abilities important to academic success, help plan effective programs for students, diagnose possible learning disabilities, and screen students for placement into special programs. For more information about InView, go to InView: Assessment of Cognitive Abilities.

STAR Assessments: Assessments for Early Literacy, Reading, & Math

All STAR Assessments are computer-adaptive tests (CATs). Computer-adaptive tests continually adjusts the difficulty of each child's test by choosing each test question based on the child's previous response. STAR reading and math assessments help determine reading and math achievement levels of students. Parents Guide to STAR Assessments can provide more information about the STAR Assessments.