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Testing

District Office Testing Information

For the District Office testing information please click HERE

Test Preparation and Test Taking Practice Sites

 

Below are links to various sites

which may offer valuable test

preparation opportunities:

 

 

Khan Academy

Site with over 2,100 videos and 100 self-paced guides which include a step by step walkthrough of the CAHSEE math practice questions:

http://www.khanacademy.org/

 

Algebra

http://www.algebrahelp.com/

 

English - Guide to Grammar and Style

Notes on grammatical rules and explanations, comments on style, and suggestions on usage

http://www.junketstudies.com/rulesofw/

 

English Grammar

This site contains many spelling, language and grammar quizzes.

http://grammar.ccc.commnet.edu

 

English Grammar, Writing

Grammar, writing, etc., tests.

http://www.english-test.net/

 

English Grammar/Vocabulary Practice Tests

This site has vocabulary and grammar practice tests.

http://a4esl.org/a/v3.html

 

Dept. of Education

http://www.cde.ca.gov/ls/nu/sn/

 

General Standardized Tests

Testprepreview.com has sample questions available for many standardized tests which you may find useful.

This link will open the CA High School Exit Exam sample questions area:

http://www.testprepreview.com/cahsee_practice.htm

 

Writing

Multiple choice sample questions on writing for GED test

http://www.studyguidezone.com/ged_writing.htm

 

Writing

11 Rules of Writing

http://www.junketstudies.com/rulesofw/

 

*TVUSD does not endorse any of these sites, the links are recommended by teachers who have used them to help students prepare for testing and are not affiliated with the school district. Each site has a FREE resource section, no purchase necessary.

2017 AP Exam Information

 

To register for AP Exams visit  

www.TotalRegistration.net/AP/053880 


FEES:         

Tests ordered and paid by February 17th            $99.00

Tests ordered and paid after February 17th        $104.00 (late fee $5.00 per exam)

Tests ordered and paid after February 24th        $124.00 (late fee $25.00 per exam)

 Registration ENDS Wednesday, March 1, 2016

 

More Information CLICK HERE

 

To register for AP Testing CLICK HERE

CA Assessment of Student Performance and Progress

About the Smarter Balanced Assessments

  • What grade levels are participating in the Smarter Balanced assessments?
    • Students in grades 3–8 and 11 participate in Smarter Balanced assessments in English language arts/literacy (ELA) and mathematics.
  • What are the components of the Smarter Balanced assessments?
    • The Smarter Balanced assessments comprise two components: the computer adaptive component (CAT) and the performance tasks (PTs).
  • What is the difference between a test segment and a test session?
    • ​​​​​​​A test segment is an allocated preset group of items. A test session is a unit of time scheduled for a group of students in a room for testing. One test session ID corresponds to each test session. Students will take four tests: An ELA performance task, an ELA computer adaptive test, a math performance task, and a math computer adaptive test.

 

DIRECT LINK TO PRACTICE AND TRAINING TESTS 

                                                                                                                      

California Healthy Kids Survey

California Healthy Kids Survey is for our 9th and 11th grade students.

This survey provides information that will help our school to:

(1) address the needs of students that are barriers to learning and overall well-being,

(2) improve school safety and both learning and teaching conditions, and, ultimately,

(3) improve school attendance, academic performance, and graduation.

All 9th and 11th grade students whose parents have not opted them out will take the California Healthy Kids Survey.