Before Testing. Math (K-8), Reading (K-8), Science(4-8) Given three times a year Taken on a computer Does not count for a grade in your classes Not timed Has around 40-60 questions (varies by subject/test). Things you might already know about MAP :.
A MAP Test measures growth!
A MAP test is like a ruler!
MAP measures how much you’ve learned from year to year.
A ruler measures how much taller you’ve gotten from year to year.
8th Grade Target
Understanding your previous MAP scores:
Setting goals for learning and mastery:
Some questions might seem easy and some might seem hard.
You are not expected to know the answer to every question on the MAP test. When you get to a question you do not know the answer to, still try your best!
Things teachers can say:
You may see things differently on the MAP test than how we see things in class. That is okay!
Show your work on scrap paper.
I cannot help you answer the questions on the MAP test. Just try your best!
If you are unsure of a word in a mathematics or science question, raise your hand and I will pronounce it for you, but I cannot tell you what it means.
You cannot go back to a question you have already answered. Take as long as you need to answer each question.
Talking about your MAP score: