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South Carolina 2013 PASS March & May STC and TA Training. What’s New for 2013?. NEW!. PASS March Key Dates. PASS May Key Dates. Key Dates. Key Dates. Secure Test Materials. Handling Secure Test Materials. Test Security. Test Security. Test Security Agreement Forms.
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Note: All oral administrations must begin withthe administration directions in the TAM.
Note: All oral and signed administrations must begin with the administration directions in the TAM.
Handcoding student name is mandatory for non-precoded answer documents.
Code all applicable fields.
Instructions for coding form type and form number are included in administration directions.
Students code this info on answer doc
ADRF is used to indicate the number of answer documents being returned.
Located on eDIRECT.
Enter the quantity of answer documents for shipment 1 and/or shipment 2.
Complete Fall Assignment information, if necessary.
The answer document total is automatically calculated.
Use the interactive program called Student Registration, which is accessible through eDIRECT
Automatically assigns science or social studies tests to new students
New students are those who entered school after the March precode update file
Available April 22 through May 17 (last day of make-up testing)
* Note: An oral or signed administration of the ELA test in grades 3 or 4 is a non-standard accommodation.
May14 and May 21
STCs must understand return procedures in the TAM(pages 38–44).
Confirm that all scorable answer documents have preprinted information or a label applied.
Ensure that accommodation codes have been accurately bubbled.
Type or write “Final Response” and student’s full name and answer document security number on each page.
Establish proper margins for extended response pages.
Cut out and tape the student’s response on the “Final Draft” pages in the answer document.
Return answer documents with taped separate responses in the red “Response Envelope”
The response taped on the “Final Draft” pages of the answer document will be considered the student’s final response.
Scores for incorrectly returned separate paper responses will be available only at the district’s expense.
Multiple-choice responses that are not transcribed into the answer document or are returned on separate paper will not be scored.
Typed/Separate Paper Responses for Students Using Form A, Loose-Leaf, and Sign Language
Provide the required student information on each sheet as specified on page C-22 of the TAM.
Tape typed/separate responses into the student’s answer document. Instructions are on pages C-22 and C-23 of TAM.
Place answer document in red “Response Envelope.”
Put the red “Response Envelopes” in a scorablebox.
Place all scorable test materials in plastic return bags provided by DRC.
Make sure all student typed/separate paper responses are properly labeled and taped into answer documents.