Best Testing Practices for Students

Best Testing Practices for Students
Posted on 03/25/2019

Before the test, students should:
go to bed early and get a good night's sleep;
have a healthy breakfast;
arrive to school on time and ready to test.
 
During the test, students must not: 
 
talk to other students or make any disturbance;
look at another student’s computer or device screen, passage booklet, test and answer book, calculator, work folder, worksheet, reference sheet, or planning sheet;
allow another student to look at your computer or device screen, passage booklet, test and answer book, calculator, work folder, worksheet, reference sheet, or planning sheet;
ask for help writing your response or answering any test questions;
give help to another student in writing his or her response or answering test questions;
have notes or scratch paper other than your passage booklet, planning sheet, worksheet, work folder, or reference sheet;
have any electronic or recording devices, other than the device you are using to take the test, at your desk, in your pockets, or anywhere you can reach them at any time during this test session, or
fail to follow any other instructions given.
 
 
If a student is found to be in violation of any of these rules during testing OR during a break, his or her test must be invalidated (no score). 

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