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Florida Comprehensive Assessment Test (FCAT) Test Administrator Training. Reading, Mathematics, and Science Assessments 2012 Administration. 1. FCAT Administration Window . April 16th – April 27th Refer to specific schedule for each grade level
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Reading, Mathematics, and Science Assessments
April 16th – April 27th
REMINDER Electronic Device Policy
REMINDER Seating Chart and Admin Record/Security Checklist
* 12th Grade Reading Retakes will be online for only a few schools
Florida Virtual School Full Time: Packaged in Separate Envelope: District #71; School #0300 (EL/MS) or #0400 (HS)
Florida Virtual Academy: Packaged in Separate Envelope: District #50; School #7079
*Scores not aggregated with district/school data
*Packaged separately for return and scoring
(must be completed by the student)
Grade Level/Content Assessed
Security Number Area
Student Demographic Information
Student Label Area
School Use Only
DNS and UNDO bubbles
There are bubbles for one or two content areas, depending on the grade level tested:
Answer Document Containing One Test
Answer Document Containing Two Tests
- Determine if invalidation is appropriate based on whether the student had enough time to respond completely to the test questions.
- Grid ALL DNS bubbles on the document
6. Other inconsistencies in administration i.e. visual aids, timing, administration of accommodations etc. – School should call Student Assessment
*For CBT invalidations contact your School Coordinator
- Return with NOT TO BE SCORED materials.
- Do NOT attempt to remove a label.
Test Group Codes information is required for all Reading, Math, and Science Tests for Grades 3-10 & Retakes (including CBT):
Seal Code is a 4-digit code used to open the 2nd session of a Reading 2.0 CBT Test
Test Administrator's must maintain the following information :
Stack materials using cover sheets (in Appendix C):
Ensure that each student taking a CBT has taken the EPAT practice test
Ensure that your School Testing Coordinator has set up your sessions in PearsonAccess, has started each session and has provided you with Session Rosters, Required Administration Information, Test Group and SEAL codes, Seating Charts and an option for collecting materials (A or B).
Ensure that your School Test Coordinator has provided you with Work Folders, Reading Passage Booklets (if necessary) and Student Authorization Tickets
Remind students to submit their tests but not to exit TestNav upon completion of the TestBefore Computer Based Testing
Ensure that no student is looking at another student’ s computer monitor. Use privacy screens.
Note the accommodations provided on the Administration Record and Security Checklist
If a student logs out for any reason (lunch, break, etc...) a staff member must resume their session in Pearson Access. Then the student may resume testing.During Computer Based Testing
Collect and return:
Test Administration Security Log
Completed Administration Record/Security Checklist (or session roster) and FCAT Seating Chart
Work Folders, Paper Reference Sheets, Reading Passage Booklets (Online Reading Retake Accommodation only) Session Rosters and Student Authorization TicketsAfter Computer Based Testing
Prior to testing:
Ensure that the appropriate link, username and password has been indicated in TestNav per the Student Authorization Ticket
If you receive an Early Warning System (EWS) message, follow the prompts to resolve that issue. These are listed on pages 312-330 of the Computer Based Test Administration Manual
District staff and Pearson technical assistance are available to help with login issues.
If a student is kicked out or logs out of a test at any time a staff member must resume their session in Pearson Access. Then the student may resume testing at any work station that has TestNav installed on it. Answers will be accessible on the new machine.