Testing

End of Year Test, ACT, SAT, Accuplacer

Photograph of a Testing Bubble Sheet

 

Click here for ACT Test Dates and Registration.

Click here for SAT Test Dates and Registration.

NORTHWEST SCHOOL CODE - 360740

Practice Tests

Power Score Test Preparation:  https://www.powerscore.com/sat/help/content_practice_tests.cfm

Peterson's Tests for the ACT: https://www.petersons.com/college-search/free-act-practice-test.aspx

*All Juniors will take the state-funded ACT in 2017*

END OF YEAR TESTING
http://education.ohio.gov/Topics/Ohio-Graduation-Requirements/Graduation-Requirements-2018-and-Beyond/18-Points-on-State-Tests

For each of the seven end-of-course state tests, a student earns one to five graduation points. Students have the potential to earn a total of 35 points. To meet this graduation option, a student must earn a minimum number of 18 points from the seven tests.

This graduation option gives a student flexibility in accumulating 18 points. A high score on one test can balance a low score on another test. A student must earn a total of at least four points on English tests, four points on math tests and six points on science and social studies tests.

                                             Performance Level /Graduation Points

Advanced 5
Accelerated 4
Proficient 3
Basic 2
Limited 1

 

Freshman-  ELA 9 (2 sections, 90 minutes each) (Students must spend a minimum of 60 minutes on each section)

Freshman-  Algebra ( 2 sections, 75 minutes each) (Students must spend a minimum of 50 minutes on each section)

Sophomores- ELA 10 (2 sections, 90 minutes each) (Students must spend a minimum of 60 minutes on each section)

Sophomores- Geometry (2 sections, 75 minutes each) (Students must spend a minimum of 50 minutes on each section)

Sophomores- Biology- (2 sections, 60 minutes each) (Students must spend a minimum of 40 minutes on each section)

Sophomores- US History- (2 sections, 60 minutes each) (Students must spend a minimum of 40 minutes on each section)

Juniors- Government-  (2 sections, 60 minutes each) (Students must spend a minimum of 40 minutes on each section)

*Honors kids will be taking tests in a slightly different rotation because of ELA 9 and Algebra in 8th grade.

 

 

ACCUPLACER

*Register to take the Accuplacer at Northwest*

 This test helps institutions place students in classes that match their skill level, and include texts and tasks encountered in first-year college courses.

This test will be given, in leau of ACT if needed, to students that are taking CCP courses at the college or at Northwest.  

For Test Prep: https://accuplacerpractice.collegeboard.org/login?affiliateId=accu%7Chome&bannerId=ht%7Caccuprac-app