Assessments are designed to determine what a student is ready to learn, not what standards a student has mastered. Students will see items at, above, and below their nominal grade-level on the assessments in order to determine their appropriate instructional level in general and not on a specific state standard.
Articles in this section
- Benchmark Test Standards - Imagine Math Grades 3+
- Can I see what a student missed on the Benchmark Assessment? - Imagine Math Grades 3+
- General Benchmark FAQs in Imagine Math Grades 3+
- How do I print a single student's benchmark performance data?
- How does the first benchmark test determine pathway lessons?
- What are Student Norm- Referenced Interpretations?
- What are Student Performance Levels?
- What do Invalidate and Unassign mean on the Benchmark Roster?
- Where can the Benchmark Administration Guide be found?
- Why are my students ineligible for the benchmark test?