Mrs. Regina Haley – Vice Principal Dr. Lana Garris-Sha – Guidance Head Cluster Mrs. Rose Capitano – Special Education Head Cluster Mr. Ryan Winkelspecht – Math Head Cluster Ms. Laura Stegmuller – Language Arts Head Cluster Mrs. Diane Zamensky – Science Head Cluster.
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1) What is the result when you multiply the Short-Constructed Response
2) Jill's lawnmower uses about 2 gallons of Multiple Choice
gasoline in three hours. About how
much gasoline is used in 2 hours?
D. 1Sample QuestionsShort-Constructed Response, Multiple Choice, & Extended Constructed Response
street is programmed according to
this pattern: green for 4 minutes
followed by red for 2 minutes.
Mr. Gomez goes through this
intersection on his way to and from
work every day. Last week, he kept a
record of the number of times the
light was green (G) as he approached
the intersection and the number of
times he had to stop because the
light was red (R). His record is shown
G G R G GGGGGG
What is the theoretical probability that
the light will be green each
time Mr. Gomez approaches the
Does the number of times Mr. Gomez got
a green light match what you would
expect for the way the light
is programmed? Explain your reasoning.Extended-Constructed Response
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Your principal is asking students to think about all the school rules. She would like students to identify any school rule that should be changed. Is there a school rule that you would like to have changed? Identify the school rule and write a letter to the principal persuading her that this rule should be changed.
Tip 2—Take a close look at any visual information.
Tip 3—Use your understanding of science to eliminate wrong choices.
Tip 4—Answer every question, even if you have to guess.
Tip 5—Carefully examine the diagrams and graphs that are given.NJASK 8th Grade Science Test Taking Tips
Amanda is not sick, but she is the carrier of a disease allele. What is another way to describe her condition?
a. Homozygous dominant for the disease gene.
b. Heterozygous for the disease gene. c. Recessive for the disease gene
d. Homozygous recessive for the disease gene.
The answer is “B.” (Dd)Science Sample Multiple Choice
In your area of New Jersey, how do abiotic factors change as the seasons change from summer to winter.
As the seasons move from summer to winter, New Jersey gets fewer hours of daylight, the amount of cloud cover per day tends to increase and the average temperatures drop.Sample Essay for 8th Grade Science
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Evacuation procedure – safety of the student comes first, students will close their test books and exit the room. Return & resume testing with the same amount of time.