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and Alg I EOCEP

Characteristics of HSAP

- Standards based
- 62 Multiple Choice items (1 point each for a total of 62 points)
- Three Integrated Response items (3 points each for a total of nine points)
- Untimed
- Scores reported as Level 1(below basic), 2(basic), 3(proficient), or 4(advanced)
- Students scoring at level 1 have not met requirements for graduation.

What types of items are on the HSAP mathematics test?

- Multiple-Choice (1 pt. each)
- Items with four options each will assess the content in Number and Operations, Algebra, Measurement and Geometry, and Data Analysis and Probability.

What types of items are on the mathematics test?

- Integrated-Response (3 pts.each)
- These items are designed to integrate the expectations of Number and Operations, Algebra, Measurement and Geometry, and Data Analysis and Probability.
- These questions ask students to show their work and/or write an explanation to support their answers.

What materials are students allowed to use during the test?

- Each student will be given:
- a reference sheet with formulas
- a sheet of graph paper for scratch work
- the test booklet

Can students use calculators during the mathematics test?

- Students may use calculators during the mathematics test.
- However, the test questions were written so that they do not require a calculator!

Integrated Response Scoring Rubric

3 points

- Addresses all parts of the task appropriately.
- Provides thorough evidence of the student’s knowledge, strategy, and execution (including concepts, techniques, and representations) to meet the intent of the task.
- May contain execution errors that do not detract from the overall correct completion of the task.
- Clearly communicates the student’s mathematical thinking.

Scoring Rubric (cont…)

2 points

- Addresses most parts of the task appropriately.
- Provides adequate evidence of the student’s knowledge, strategy, and execution (including concepts, techniques, and representations) to meet the intent of the task.
- May contain execution errors that do detract from the overall correct completion of the task.
- Adequately communicates the student’s mathematical thinking.

Scoring Rubric (cont…)

1 point

- Addresses some part(s) of the task appropriately.
- Provides some evidence of the student’s knowledge, strategy, and execution (including concepts, techniques, and representations) to meet the intent of the task.
- Contains an attempt to accomplish some part of the task with little success.
- Minimally communicates the student’s mathematical thinking.

Scoring Rubric (cont…)

0 points

- There is no evidence of mathematical knowledge that is appropriate to the intent of the task.

Score

Notes

A-3

1

The student’s Part A answer and work are correct. He leaves Parts B and C blank.

Score

Notes

A-4

0

The student’s Part A answer is incorrect with no work shown. He leaves Parts B and C blank.

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